CLARKSBURG — Morgan County parents and their child are suing the local board of education, alleging violation of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
HUNTINGTON — A daughter is suing a Putnam County health care facility, alleging medical negligence led to the death of her mother.
CLARKSBURG — A customer is suing a bank, alleging fraud and unjust enrichment.
NEW CUMBERLAND — The state transportation department is suing a metal services business, alleging negligence in a Hancock County roadway project.
MARTINSBURG – More than three dozen current and retired Martinsburg firefighters have sued the city for allegedly failing to pay holiday pay.
KEYSER — A Mineral County couple is suing a homeowners association, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent damages to their home.
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia resident is suing GB Construction LLC and Glynn Booth, citing alleged breach of contract, breach of duty, breach of implied warranty, breach of warranty, fraud, negligence, and negligent misrepresentation in connection with a construction project.
HUNTINGTON — JP Morgan Chase is suing Huntington, the state of West Virginia and two individuals, seeking declaratory relief.
In Janus v. AFSCME, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that public sector employees will no longer be forced to contribute to unions that represent them in collective bargaining agreements, but the landmark decision will have little impact on West Virginia.
CHARLESTON — Charleston is suing a city business, alleging failure to pay more than $28,000.
MOUNDSVILLE — An insurance company is suing a Buffalo law firm, alleging breach of duty and legal malpractice.
CHARLESTON — State Farm Insurance is suing tractor-trailer operators, alleging negligence caused a crash.
KEYSER — A Ridgeley woman is suing a mortgage lender, alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress.
WINFIELD — An Scott Depot industrial parts supplier is suing an Indiana coal company, alleging breach of contract and unjust enrichment in failing to pay nearly $95,000.
CHARLESTON — A Putnam real estate owner is suing other property owners, alleging refusal to apply payments.
CHARLESTON — A Nicholas County couple is suing Fiat Chrysler, alleging fraudulent concealment and design defect.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ordered the annulment of a Chapmanville attorney’s law license, stating that he preyed on a woman's vulnerability and violated the Rules of Professional Conduct.
BECKLEY — Greenbriar County property owners are suing a mortgage service provider, alleging misrepresentation and concealment.
PITTSBURGH — Several West Virginia nutritional supplement companies and individuals have been named as defendants in a Pennsylvania lawsuit, alleging they failed to pay invoices for goods and services.