WILLIAMSON – The daughter of a deceased miner who worked in West Virginia coal mines for nearly 40 years has filed suit against the manufacturers and distributors of respirators and dust masks over allegations their defective products led to his lung disease.
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner is suing Justin Kiser, doing business as J M Kiser Construction, for allegedly failing to obtain or maintain workers' compensation insurance.
CLARKSBURG – A disabled U.S. Coast Guard veteran who reached a settlement with Bank of America after a foreclosure dispute now claims the bank has violated the agreement by continuing to supply negative credit information to credit reporting agencies.
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - The federal judge overseeing multidistrict litigation against opioid manufacturers and distributors left little doubt he supports a plan developed by private lawyers to assemble an unprecedented “negotiating class” consisting of every city and county in the U.S.
SUMMERSVILLE – A Webster County registered nurse who worked at a center for those with disabilities alleges the facility reported her to the Board of Nursing with false allegations and fired her because of her disability.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Advocates, doing business as Disability Rights of West Virginia, has filed a suit against the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources-Bureau for Children and Families seeking declaratory judgment regarding access to records.
HUNTINGTON – A Wayne County resident who allegedly suffered neck and shoulder injuries after she was rear-ended by the driver of a roofing and construction vehicle is suing the company over allegations of negligence.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man who allegedly suffered injuries from a large piece of ice that fell on his head while he was working near an Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodge has filed suit against the lodge and its maintenance and building operator.
MOUNDSVILLE – An Ohio man who alleged suffered injuries after a crash in Glen Easton involving a Smithfield company's tractor-trailer claims the company should have known about its employee's driving history.