PINEVILLE – Two Wyoming County residents are suing Dollar General after they were detained and questioned by law enforcement when a Dollar General employee at its Nitro store falsely accused them of shoplifting.
HUNTINGTON — Kroger and one of its store managers are facing a negligence lawsuit from the estate of a Prichard man who was injured after an employee hit him with a cart while he was shopping at a store in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON – A Mercer County teacher who used his personal credit card to purchase $3,344 worth of electronic device products for the school board claims the owner of the Cabell County business who supplied the products won't refund his money despite also getting paid for the purchases by the school board.
CHARLESTON – The father of a 35-old-year inmate at the Eastern Regional Jail in Martinsburg who died from injuries after being beaten by another inmate has filed a suit alleging the correctional facility's operator breached its duty.
WHEELING – Another lawsuit has been filed involving the son of the Murray Energy founder and his ex-wife regarding their children, claiming the woman coerced their adopted daughter to make false and damaging statements about him.
CHARLESTON — Americans For Prosperity (AFP) delivered Halloween-themed posters to members of the U.S. Congress last week, urging them to oppose a renewal of tax extenders and reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank.
WINFIELD – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Water and Waste Management (WVDEP) is suing a Putnam County business for allegedly not correcting violations related to underground storage tanks in Hurricane.
PRINCETON – A patient who had be resuscitated after being given preoperative fentanyl injections while at Princeton Community Hospital for knee replacement surgery is claiming negligence against the anesthesiologist.
Jackson Kelly PLLC is pleased to announce that U.S. News-Best Lawyers ‘Best Law Firms™’ named the firm the 2020 Law Firm of the Year in Mining Law. Only one law firm per legal practice area receives this recognition.
Steptoe & Johnson PLLC has been ranked nationally in mining law for the second consecutive year according to the 2020 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms,” a peer-review companion publication of The Best Lawyers in America®.
Kelsey B. Caudill has joined Steptoe & Johnson’s Huntington office. Caudill is adept at handling multiple types of litigation and represents clients in a variety of industries throughout West Virginia and Kentucky.