BECKLEY – A Fayette County man is suing construction company and a media provider over allegations the installation of cable through drains on his property caused water to back up and damage the property.
WHEELING – A Wheeling cleaning and restoration company alleges it was not paid for remediation work done at a Parkersburg property.
WINFIELD – A Hurricane couple allege their home was constructed with defects.
WHEELING – An Ohio equipment company alleges a Charleston business owes more than $10,000 for equipment rental.
CHARLESTON – A Boone County man alleges a vehicle he purchased in 2017 has nonconformities that impair its use and is seeking a cancellation of the contract.
NEW CUMBERLAND – A Chester man is suing a New Cumberland man who allegedly failed to pay him in full for the restoration of a 1965 Corvette.
POINT PLEASANT – A Letart dairy is alleged to have failed to pay a contract in full for the purchase of a skid steer.
WHEELING – A Wheeling woman has received a temporary restraining order after claiming a bank wrongly foreclosed on her home.
PRINCETON – An Indiana company alleges a Princeton business failed to pay for goods it purchased on credit.
GRAFTON – A Flemington man alleges a Thornton-based coal company failed to pay him money due under an agreement.
Norfolk Southern alleges Dynamic Energy, others breached contract by failing to indemnify it in injury suit
BECKLEY – A Virginia-based railway company alleges three energy corporations breached their obligations to it by failing to indemnify it in a lawsuit filed by an allegedly injured conductor.
WINFIELD – A Putnam County man is suing a Kanawha County real estate company and an individual claiming that he is owed $12,000 in sums due.
CHARLESTON – A Kansas manufacturer of waste water treatment equipment alleges that it is owed more than $15,000 from a Hurricane general contractor.
Valley Stone Yard and Maritime Center says Louisiana company owes more than $12,000 for delivered materials
RIPLEY – A Millwood business alleges a Louisiana company failed to pay it for materials it delivered to a construction site.
An auto parts company claims a customer owes it more than $27,000.
A trucking company is seeking damages, claiming it was never paid a rebate it is owed.
An LLC claims that a $100,000 refundable deposit was never returned to it.
A financial institution is seeking more than $80,000 allegedly owed on a lease.