MORGANTOWN — A man alleges that he suffered neurological damages due to negligent medical care.
CHARLESTON — A parent is suing the Kanawha County Board of Education after her minor child was allegedly assaulted at school and threatened by another student.
MARLINTON — A man is seeking damages after a wastewater treatment company reportedly directed wastewater to his property.
KEYSER —A company claims that they did not receive the items that they agreed to purchase, constituting a breach of contract.
RIPLEY — A couple claims their insurance company did not fully cover their damages from a fire.
HUNTINGTON — A couple is seeking damages after a bus driver allegedly struck the rear end of their vehicle.
CLARKSBURG — A couple claims a company discriminated against an employee due to his disability.
BECKLEY — The Greenbrier County Commission has filed a lawsuit against drug manufacturers and distributors it claims played a part in the opioid epidemic in West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — Marshall University agreed to settle a lawsuit filed last year that alleged it mishandled an investigation into an alleged sexual assault.
PINEVILLE — A heavy equipment operator who reportedly was injured at work claims he was subsequently terminated when he sought workers' compensation.
Dissent in Sandy Hook decision says Conn. SC misread federal law, victims shouldn't be allowed to sue Remington
HARTFORD, Conn. (Legal Newsline) - The Connecticut Supreme Court has said family members of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre can sue the manufacturer of the Bushmaster rifle used in the assault under a theory the company’s advertising violated the state consumer protection statute.
CHARLESTON — A woman is seeking damages, claiming her workplace violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
CHARLESTON — A woman is seeking damages after being involved in a car accident with a school bus.
BLUEFIELD — A man claims a car he was sold was not in conformity with manufacturer's standards.
HUNTINGTON —A woman claims that she was injured at an Aldi in a slip and fall.
A woman is seeking damages, claiming that she was terminated unfairly from her position.
BLUEFIELD — A man is seeking damages, claiming that his workplace made him sick due to exposure to dangerous substances such as benzene.
A water management department claims that the testing measures taken by a mining company were not up to the water-quality standards required.
HUNTINGTON – Charleston attorney Carte Goodwin secured a victory recently when U.S. District Judge Robert Chambers ruled against U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart in a case involving hemp in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia at Huntington.