PARKERSBURG — The Wheeling-Charleston Diocese has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office alleging it and a former bishop knowingly employed pedophiles.
News from May 2019
CHARLESTON – For more than three years, the state Public Employee Grievance Board has paid $7,500 per month to state Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman to rent its current headquarters near the state Capitol.
HUNTINGTON – An equipment rental and repair company alleges a Cabell County business failed to pay for its services.
WAYNE – An equipment company alleges it is owed more than $6,000 from a customer for rental equipment.
MOUNDSVILLE — A couple is suing a coal company, alleging its operations have damaged their property.
WHEELING – A Wheeling man who lost a leg in a crash while being pursued by an Ohio County Sheriff's Department deputy has filed a suit against the department and a guardrail manufacturer.
CHARLESTON – A Richwood man has filed a suit against the city and its chief of police over allegations he was physically assaulted by the officer.
MOUNDSVILLE — A mother and daughter are suing their employer, alleging they were unfairly discriminated against in the workplace.
HUNTINGTON – A private school in Huntington alleges a parent has failed to pay tuition.
CHARLESTON – A Chicago business alleges a South Charleston company failed to pay for goods it ordered.
CHARLESTON – A property owners association alleges Chesapeake Appalachia owes more than $160,000 in fees.
CHARLESTON – A St. Albans company alleges a New York-based client owes money from renting equipment.
CHARLESTON – A property management company for a business park alleges a real estate owner owes more than $78,000 for association fees.
FAYETTEVILLE – A Nicholas County woman alleges the negligence of a Fayette County nursing facility caused her injuries.
Son of man killed at Marshall County job site files wrongful death suit against Precision Pipeline, others
MOUNDSVILLE – The surviving son of a Texas man killed at a Marshall County job site has filed a wrongful death suit against the companies who owned, maintained, managed or operated the site.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals recently ruled that the methods used under sate code to determine the value of coal properties does not violate the state Constitution.
MORGANTOWN – The spouse of a late Mount Hope man has filed a suit against several physicians and medical facilities after he died a day after being discharged from the hospital.
WINFIELD – A Hurricane couple allege their home was constructed with defects.
That settlement, which Morrisey's office says is believed to be the largest state settlement of its kind against a single pharmaceutical distributor, pushes the total paid in West Virginia’s pursuit of 13 pharmaceutical wholesalers to more than $84 million.
MOUNDSVILLE – Wheeling Power is seeking an injunction against the sellers of property it purchased over allegations they fail and refuse to close on it.