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Supreme Court annuls attorney’s law license for egregious misconduct

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ordered the annulment of a Logan attorney’s law license, ruling that his egregious violations of the standards of the legal profession warrant the harshest punishment available.

WV Chamber president, state drug policy chief stump for opioid crisis resolution

WASHINGTON – Joining a group of national and state figures, an industry leader and top state drug policy official joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to discuss options at the organization’s "Combating the Opioid Crisis" summit earlier this month.

Morgantown attorney Durst named to 2018 top High Stakes Litigators list

MORGANTOWN – Tiffany R. Durst of Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe PLLC said her recognition as one of America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators for 2018 is a credit to hard work as well as support from her family and co-workers.

Widow alleges man died during tooth extraction because of negligence

HUNTINGTON – A widow has filed suit against several health care providers after her husband died during a tooth extraction.

Woman files wrongful death suit against West Virginia State Police over brother’s death

CHARLESTON – A Ritchie County woman has filed a wrongful death suit over her brother's death after he was shot by a West Virginia State Police trooper during a traffic stop.

Patient of Kanawha County doctor alleges bypass surgery was not needed

CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County physician is alleged to have performed unnecessary heart surgery on a patient.

Woman alleges attack by patient at Weston hospital caused by negligence

CHARLESTON – A Randolph County woman alleges that she was injured by an involuntarily committed patient at a Weston hospital.

Neurological Associates patient alleges screw caused injuries

CHARLESTON – An Oak Hill woman alleges an improperly placed screw from a surgery caused her pain.

Pedestrian alleges West Virginia-American Water meter cover caused fall

CHARLESTON – An Elkview woman alleges she was injured while crossing a street in Charleston because of a water meter cover.

WW Consultants alleges it is owed more than $950,000 for Pocahontas County project

CHARLESTON – An engineering corporation alleges it was not compensated for its work on a Pocahontas County project.

13 more lawsuits filed in opioid epidemic against drug companies

CHARLESTON – Thirteen more lawsuits have been filed by cities, towns and county commissions against drug companies for the opioid epidemic across West Virginia.

Man alleges State Police officers used excessive force, caused broken neck

CHARLESTON – A Wayne County man alleges he suffered a broken neck because of an excessive use of force by West Virginia State Police officers.

Cyclist alleges unmarked speed bump at Stonewall Resort caused him to be thrown from bike

ELKINS – A Pittsburgh man alleges he was injured while riding his bicycle at a Roanoke property because of an unmarked speed bump.

Widow files wrongful death suit against VEP Healthcare, physician

HUNTINGTON – A widow alleges her late husband's acute coronary syndrome was not diagnosed by a physician and has filed a wrongful death suit.

MiraMed Revenue Group alleged to have invaded Kenova man’s privacy with calls

HUNTINGTON – A Kenova consumer alleges his privacy has been invaded by a debt collector.

Pedestrian alleges bolt in Huntington sidewalk caused fall

HUNTINGTON – A pedestrian alleges he was injured while walking on a Huntington sidewalk because of a bolt.

Nurse files suit against SHC Services, others after patient allegedly attacked her

CHARLESTON – A nurse at William R. Sharpe Jr. Hospital in Weston alleges she was attacked by a patient and has been unable to work.

Lessee of Oak Hill property alleges insurer has failed to pay claim for fire damages

CHARLESTON – A man alleges his insurer has failed to pay his claim for damages from a January property fire.

Man alleges he was injured when Milton police cruiser struck another vehicle

HUNTINGTON – A Huntington man alleges he was injured when the police vehicle he was in was involved in a collision.

Former judge to be released from prison

CHARLESTON – Former Mingo County Circuit Judge Michael Thornsbury is scheduled to be released from federal prison on March 15.