WAYNE – A maintenance worker alleges he was discharged because he refused to participate in conduct that violated public policy.
An employee is suing an insurance company and a physician, citing alleged fraud and deception.
An insurance company is suing LG Electronics USA Inc., an appliance manufacturer, citing alleged strict product liability.
FAYETTEVILLE – Residents of Scarbro and Oak Hill are seeking a judgment from a court to order two railroad companies to repair crossings on their property.
PRINCETON – A McDowell County man alleges an unsafe work environment caused him to fall roughly 30 feet to the ground.
A Charles Town couple is suing Dollar General, alleging negligence and intentional alteration or destruction of evidence.
A Mercer County man is suing Kroger, alleging age discrimination, intentional infliction of emotional distress and wrongful termination.
PRINCETON – A McDowell County couple is seeking a refund of a vehicle they purchased from a Bluefield auto dealer over allegations of defects.
CHARLESTON – A Fayette County consumer alleges the General Motors manufactured vehicle he purchased earlier this year was a "fire bomb" and is seeking a refund.
BECKLEY – A Beckley business alleges a Bluefield construction company failed to pay it for steel products.
BECKLEY – A Beckley woman alleges an auto accident in Raleigh County caused her to incur more than $3,000 in medical expenses.
LOGAN – A Man resident alleges she was injured when a hubcap flew off of a fire engine and went through the windshield of her vehicle.
RIPLEY – A Ripley business is alleged to owe nearly $60,000 on an equipment lease.
WHEELING – A consumer alleges a truck he purchased at a Triadelphia dealership has issues with its drive chain and is seeking damages from the manufacturer and the dealership.
PRINCETON – A Bluefield man has filed a suit over allegations of predatory lending regarding his mortgage.
WHEELING – An Ohio County resident alleges she has been annoyed and harassed by a company's calls selling septic tank treatment products.
CHARLESTON – In 1873, naturalist and preservationist John Muir famously wrote, “The mountains are calling, and I must go.” Rusty Webb now feels a similar pull. But he might write, “The Mountain State is calling, and I must go.”
POINT PLEASANT — A Mason County mother is suing the county school board and a teacher, alleging battery, negligent hiring, supervision and retention, violation of the West Virginia Human Rights Act, reckless infliction of emotional distress and loss of filial consortium.
CHARLESTON — A customer and her husband are suing Dollar General, alleging negligence caused the wife to suffer a broken hip.