CHARLESTON — A municipal sewer utility is suing a surety company and a reinsurer, alleging breach of contract.
CHARLESTON – A Pennsylvania entity alleges that a Charleston business failed to pay it for goods it delivered.
CLARKSBURG – A Charleston-based law firm has settled a $41 million issue with a title insurer and avoided a trial.
PRINCETON – Two Princeton business owners are alleged to have failed to pay for goods purchased.
LOGAN – An Ohio company is suing a Wilkinson body shop, alleging failure to pay more than $8,000 for goods it purchased.
ELKINS — An insurance company is suing a Barbour County university, alleging breach of contract.
MOUNDSVILLE — A couple is suing an insurer, alleging bad faith and unfair trade practices.
CHARLESTON — A personnel management business is suing a Kermit trucking business, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment in its failure to pay more than $13,000.
POINT PLEASANT — Restaurant operators are suing General Motors LLC and Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., citing alleged negligence and breach of warranty.
CHARLESTON — A husband and wife are suing Dennison Land & Development LLC, a real estate developer, citing alleged negligence, breach of contract, and violation of express and implied warranties.
CHARLESTON — Reclamation Services Inc. and Brian Anthony Cyrus are suing the First Bank of Charleston, claiming fraud and breach of contract.
BECKLEY — A Maryland heating distributor company is suing a Beaver HVAC contractor, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment.
A Kanawha County resident is suing Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., Runyan & Associates and Ryan Aaron, citing alleged breach of contract and fraud.
PRINCETON – A Princeton man alleges his insurer owes him more than $1 million for underinsured motorist coverage benefits.
MOUNDSVILLE – A Pennsylvania man alleges his brother has fraudulently deprived him of his expected inheritance of mineral interests in properties in West Virginia and Ohio.
HUNTINGTON – A Huntington business is alleged to have defaulted on four loans.
CHARLESTON – A Charleston insurance company alleges that a company failed to pay for its insurance policy.
CHARLESTON — Xcoal Energy & Resources is suing two companies owned by Gov. Jim Justice's family for allegedly breaching their contract with the plaintiff.