WHEELING – A Wheeling man is suing his employer alleging that he was never given a raise he was promised.
MARLINTON – A Virginia man alleges he was injured while skiing at Snowshoe Mountain when he was struck by another skier.
Mother blames infant's brain damage on alleged negligence of doctor, Logan Regional Medical Auxiliary Center
LOGAN – An Ethel woman is suing a medical center and a physician over allegations that their negligence led to her son being born with brain damage.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County couple is seeking damages from several entities over allegations exposure to benzene-containing compounds caused cancer.
CHARLESTON – A professional payroll organization is alleged to have been operating without a license.
CHARLESTON – A Clay County woman alleges a Jeep she purchased has defects and is seeking to cancel the contract.
CHARLESTON – Damages are sought from a state agency over a 2017 fatal crash on Route 10.
CHARLESTON – An estate administrator is blaming a woman's death in an auto accident involving a semitruck on the alleged negligence of the West Virginia Department of Transportation.
MARTINSBURG — A trial has been set in a lawsuit involving a worldwide manufacturer of stone wool insulation and the Jefferson County Board of Education.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) answered a complaint filed by the City of Huntington alleging the department didn't comply with regulations and is attempting to assess penalties on the city.
Opioid lawyers propose a global settlement team; Pa. attorney critical, says it's likely a ploy to boost their fees
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - Acknowledging it is “likely impossible” to negotiate individual settlements on behalf the nearly 2,000 cities and counties suing the opioid industry, plus thousands more watching from the sidelines, plaintiff lawyers have proposed a unique solution: A “negotiation class” designed to strike a global bargain on behalf of every municipality in the country.
WILLIAMSON — A Williamson attorney is suing Clothesline Dry Cleaners and its owner after he claims the dry cleaner refused to return his items after he dropped them off for cleaning.
ROANOKE, Va. — Jay Justice and several of the Justice family companies are suing the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) and the United States Department of the Interior for going back on a settlement agreement.
BECKLEY — A lawsuit filed against the Law Offices of Mitchell D. Bluhm & Associates for its actions in attempting to collect debts for a hospital has been dismissed.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman alleges she was unlawfully terminated from her job after filing a complaint with human resources regarding taxes.
CHARLESTON – A woman alleges she was terminated by her employers for cooperating with an investigation with a state agency regarding alleged wage and hour law violations.
CHARLESTON – A company who laid off employees earlier this year allegedly failed to pay its employees in a timely manner.
CHARLESTON – A bank is facing a lawsuit from a Belle woman over allegations it cashed two insurance checks without her authorization.
CHARLESTON – An Ohio equipment company alleges a St. Albans business failed to pay for equipment it rented.
CHARLESTON – A Point Pleasant residential building construction company is alleged to have failed to repair problems related to earth movement at a South Charleston property.