NEW MARTINSVILLE – Two residents of Ohio and Arizona who own oil and gas interests in Wetzel County allege a well was placed on the property without their authorization.
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MOUNDSVILLE – A Moundsville woman alleges a Pennsylvania business failed to complete the construction of an addition to her home.
WHEELING – A Wheeling cleaning and restoration company alleges it was not paid for remediation work done at a Parkersburg property.
WHEELING – A Wheeling man alleges his race was a factor in his constructive discharge by his employers.
GRAFTON – Three Grafton sisters allege their father was not properly supervised as a patient of a nursing facility.
NEW CUMBERLAND – A patron of the Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort alleges she was injured when an employee struck her with a door and caused her to fall.
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CHARLESTON – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey again are having a war of words regarding a state settlement with a drug company.
CHARLESTON — U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia Mike Stuart opened a federal investigation into the 2016 flood disaster relief.
MARTINSBURG — The Berkeley County Board of Education filed and dropped a lawsuit against the mother of a special-needs student who recorded audio of abuse her child allegedly suffered at the hands of her teachers.
CHARLESTON — A settlement was reached last week between Yeager Airport and construction companies that played a part in the man-made hill that collapsed in March 2015.
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CHARLESTON — A man is suing his former employer, alleging he was terminated due to an injury.
LOGAN — A company is suing a corporation that hired it to perform services, alleging it was never paid.
CHARLESTON — A machinery company is suing a client, alleging it was never paid for materials provided.
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BECKLEY — A farm is suing a corporation, alleging it contaminated its property.
CLARKSBURG — The defendant in a wrongful termination suit is seeking a removal of the case from the Monongalia Circuit Court to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — A delivery man is suing his former employer, alleging he was terminated after being injured on the job and planning to file for worker's compensation.