CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Department of Transportation alleges the cargo on a tractor-trailer owned by an Ontario, Canada company caused nearly $400,000 of damage to support beams of an Interstate 77 southbound overpass.
CHARLESTON – The trustees of a multi-employer benefit plan and employee welfare benefit plan allege an Elkview company owes more than $11,000 in contributions to the Local Union 466 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) per a collective bargaining agreement.
WEST UNION – A Doddridge County couple who was under contract with a contractor claims the builder suddenly closed its offices leaving them to answer for more than $50,000 in unpaid bills to suppliers and subcontractors.
The company, Reckitt Benckiser Group, will provide West Virginia more than $11.98 million. The state will keep more than $2.93 million, while the balance will reimburse federal Medicaid programs – a matter consistent with previous Medicaid settlements.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals agreed with the West Virginia Office of Judges and the Workers' Compensation Board of Review in its denial of additional claims in a claimant's case.
You can’t accuse the facile foes of fossil fuels of lacking energy. Knowledge or logic or honesty, yes. Energy, no. Whether it’s generated by lots of wind or the product of biomass hysteria, they’ve got plenty of energy. They never give up.