HUNTINGTON — The parents of a former Winfield Elementary School student claim they faced retaliation, intimidation and alleged false criminal charges from school board personnel after they challenged the school's drop-off procedures for their disabled child.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County physicians group has filed suit against Williamson Memorial Hospital claiming the hospital owes them more than half a million dollars for its services per an emergency department services agreement.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — A New Martinsville couple is suing the original owner of two Wetzel County properties that they purchased through a tax sale after the state's auditor changed the deadline for turning in their paperwork, making them responsible for unpaid real estate taxes.
“No one wants to bring back the bad old days of jackpot justice, including when Richard Neely was on the court. West Virginians don’t want more runaway verdicts and embarrassing actions and rhetoric from greedy personal injury lawyers like Richard Neely.”
CHARLESTON – With respect to a recent op-ed penned by my friend and former Mayor of Charleston Danny Jones, President Trump will be re-elected in 2020. Not only will President Trump be re-elected, but he will also prevail by a larger margin in 2020 than in 2016.
CHARLESTON — Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King partially denied a request to send the case involving Gov. Jim Justice's residency to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals to answer certified questions.
CHARLESTON – The mother and grandmother of a female child who was mistakenly diagnosed as having an STD at a Kanawha County hospital and falsely placed in protective custody as a result has filed a suit against the hospital.
WEST UNION – A Clarksburg company alleges a St. Albans company that rented its Timbco and John Deere equipment for a Doddridge County job site returned the equipment with more than $100,000 in damages.
HUNTINGTON – The West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation, a correctional officer and others are facing a lawsuit from the estate of a Western Regional Jail inmate who committed suicide.
ELKINS — The West Virginia Highlands Conservancy Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition and the Sierra Club have filed suit against Brooks Run Mining over alleged pollution of the water near the Seven Pines Mine.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced a $700 million, multistate settlement to resolve allegations that the maker of Suboxone improperly marketed and promoted the drug in its distribution, allegations that led to the improper use of state Medicaid funds.