MOUNDSVILLE – A Marshall County woman is suing a Moundsville deli alleging that she was injured in a trip and fall.
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BECKLEY – A Raleigh County woman alleges an unsecured bed caused her to fall and fracture a bone in her leg.
CHARLESTON – An estate administrator has filed suit against a hospital and two doctors over a patient's 2018 death.
NORMAN, Okla. (Legal Newsline) - Admitting there is a high potential for abuse in opioid medications, Johnson & Johnson attorney Larry Ottaway said during opening arguments on Tuesday that physicians prescribing its medications Nucynta and Duragesic know this risk and have to know it to be licensed.
GRAFTON – A Taylor County man is suing his former employer alleging that he was retaliated against due to health concerns before being terminated.
PRINCETON – A man is suing several utility companies alleging he was injured while working on the roof of a Bluefield property by low-hanging electrical lines.
HUNTINGTON – A Cabel County woman alleges her African-American race was a factor in her termination as a teacher in a Head Start program.
In most use cases, we are told, there exists no viable alternative to PFAS, which portends the real potential outrage here. In the end, banning PFAS would mean consumers would be deprived of their iPhones and pharmaceuticals; it would make air travel less safe and automobiles more polluting.
WHEELING – An Ohio County couple is seeking damages from a limited liability company over an auto accident that occurred in Wheeling.
NORMAN, Okla. (Legal Newsline) – Fighting back tears, a father who lost his son to an opioid overdose recounted the nightmare during testimony in a trial alleging that Johnson & Johnson flooded the state with addictive drugs for profit.
BECKLEY – A Raleigh County bank alleges that a limited liability company defaulted on a loan.
NORMAN, Okla. (Legal Newsline) - Cleveland County District Judge Thad Balkman overruled several objections made by Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Pharmaceuticals (J&J) as the second day of trial unfolded in the state's pursuit of abatement in what it calls a man-made opioid crisis.
BECKLEY – John Deere alleges a West Virginia limited liability company failed to pay a balance due on equipment.
PRINCETON – A Mercer County father alleges his minor daughter was injured while riding a train at Bluefield City Park.
NEW CUMBERLAND – A man is suing the Hancock County Commission and the county's dog warden alleging that his dogs were seized with a five-day notice required by state law.
WILLIAMSON – Don Blankenship has filed a third defamation lawsuit in as many months, this time singling out The Boston Globe for being involved in a conspiracy to keep him from being elected in 2018 to the U.S. Senate.
BECKLEY — Jasper, the small whippet mix that was sentenced to be euthanized in 2015 for biting two children has been euthanized, "Justice for Jasper" announced on Facebook.
BECKLEY — U.S. District Judge Irene C. Berger gave Justice Energy until June 6 to tell the court how it plans to pay more than $1 million in sanctions.
NORMAN (Legal Newsline) – A corporate spokeswoman for Johnson & Johnson and its drug subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals on Thursday faced questioning by lawyers for the State of Oklahoma who attempted to link the company’s quest for profits to an opioid epidemic in the state.
NORMAN, Okla. (Legal Newsline) - Tensions ran high in court Thursday as the Oklahoma opioid trial continued, with defense attorney Larry Ottoway objecting throughout the day to opposing counsel's line of questioning directed at defense witness, business director for Janssen Pharmaceuticals Kimberly Deem-Eshleman.