CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner is asking a court to enjoin a carpeting business from doing business in the state due to not having workers' compensation insurance.
CHARLESTON — Americans for Prosperity commended the Trump administration for issuing a report on how states can reform their occupational licensing laws in the hopes that those laws do not act as barriers keeping people from practicing their desired occupation.
According to documents filed in the federal opioid litigation, Paul T. Farrell Jr. has left the Huntington law firm of Greene Ketchum. A Jan. 31 Notice of Change of Attorney Information lists Farrell’s new firm as Farrell Law, which is located in Huntington.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner claims Cardinal Psychological Services and its manager have failed to provide the required workers' compensation insurance for its employees.
The problem in West Virginia isn’t that we aren’t gaining territory. The problem is that our attention-seeking governor has lost interest in the hard problems the state has and isn’t working on them. Like a kid with an aging pet, he’s gotten bored with West Virginia and he’s off looking for new toys to play with, alongside his fellow trust-fund kid, Jerry Falwell. It’s a shame, but we shouldn’t be that surprised. What’s a job to people who were born rich?
U.S. Attorney Bill Powell has announced some changes to his Senior Leadership Team. While some senior staff will continue to support Mr. Powell in their roles, some personnel changes have taken place in the management of the Wheeling, Martinsburg, Clarksburg, and Elkins offices.
CHARLESTON – A Virginia woman who underwent a thyroidectomy while in the custody of the West Virginia Department of Corrections and suffered damaged to her vocal cords has filed a suit against the physician who performed the surgery and others.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston woman whose attorney was convicted of felonies and left his law firm bankrupt, claims the settlement agreement negotiated with the insurance company over her accident, but never finalized, is still enforceable.