CHARLESTON -- Charleston Area Medical Center and four medical specialists are being sued by a Wyoming County woman who claims she was left paraplegic because vital information about her blood clotting disorder was not relayed to her surgeon prior to an aneurysm operation.
CHARLESTON -- A Michigan man and his wife have filed suit against a litany of defendants in Kanawha County, claiming he developed mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos while working as a laborer and floor tiler in West Virginia.
MORGANTOWN -- Nearly 50 business professionals from across the state embarked on a West Virginia University Executive Master of Business Administration degree recently, with some at WVU Potomac State College (PSC) –- the first time for students on the Keyser campus.
WEIRTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin has joined Northern Panhandle lawmakers, community and business leaders to announce the establishment of the Mittal Steel-Weirton Task Force, a working group that will be charged with development of a plan to address continuing issues at Mittal Steel's Weirton operations.
CHARLESTON – Over the last three years, more than 50 law firms and 237 individual donors have given or pledged more than $800,000 to ensure that low-income West Virginians have access to legal representation through Legal Aid of West Virginia.
Menis Ketchum CHARLESTON -- Gov. Joe Manchin has announced that Huntington attorney Menis E. Ketchum has agreed to serve as a volunteer legal advisor to the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training (MHST) as it reviews and implements new mine safety regulations authorized earlier this month by the West Virginia Legislature.
House Speaker Bob Kiss CHARLESTON – A Charleston attorney says he has no beef with House Speaker Bob Kiss personally. But Harry Deitzler, a partner in the law firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler PLLC, says he does have questions about Kiss's residency because of what it could mean to the state.