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Archives for: June 12th, 2015

Woman Sues DOH for Son’s Death

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 12, 2015

A woman from Webster County is suing the West Virginia Department of Transportation- Division of Highways for the wrongful death of her son.

According to the lawsuit filed April 30 in Kanawha Circuit Court, Mitchell A. Sanson was employed by Rob & Sons as a laborer.  Mitchell’s mother, Maxann Lunsford, claims on…Read More

Two Killed in Multiple Tractor Trailer Wreck

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 11, 2015

A horrific crash involving six tractor trailers and one car, claimed the lives of two people and shut down the highway for more than nine hours.

The crash was a pile up of the six tractor trailers and one car pulverized in between. The crash occurred on the southbound stretch of…Read More

Truck Driver Found Dead After Fiery Crash on I-75 Bridge

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 11, 2015

A fiery truck crash on the Interstate 75 Clays Ferry Bridge claimed the life of the truck driver, whose body was found on the river bank below.

According to Authorities, the tragic crash occurred at about 6:20 a.m. on the southbound side of the bridge, and disrupted traffic for up to…Read More

Allentown Girl Dies From Fall Out of Apartment Window

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 10, 2015

In Allentown, residents and  landlords are prohibited from installing bars on windows. According to the city’s building and housing codes, it is to allow residents to escape, and to avoid interference with responders during a fire or emergency. However, the issue of the bars on windows has arised in the…Read More

Couple Sues Over Yeager Airport Landslide

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 10, 2015

A couple from Charleston, West Virginia is suing Central Regional West Virginia Airport Authority for damages they endured during the landslide at Yeager Airport.

On March 12, 2015 about 130 homes were evacuated after a large portion of the hillside slipped into Two Mile Creek. One home and Keystone Apostolic Church…Read More

3 Dead, Over a Dozen Injured in Tour Bus Collision

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 8, 2015

Three people are dead and over a dozen are injured after an Italian tour bus and a tractor-trailer collide.

Last Wednesday, Authorities in eastern Pennsylvania reported to the scene of a head- on collision between a tour bus carrying Italian tourists and a tractor-trailer, that left three people dead and sent…Read More

Energy Company Sued for Work Injuries

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 3, 2015

A Morgantown, West Virginia man, has filed a lawsuit against URS Corporations, after he was injured on the job.

According to a complaint filed in Mongolia Circuit Court, on May 15, Timothy Street was employed by URS Corporation, formerly known as Flint Energy Services Inc. On May 17, 2013, Street was…Read More

Railroad Worker Sues Employer for Negligence

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 3, 2015

A Wyoming County, West Virginia railway worker has filed a lawsuit against his employer, a Virginia-based commercial freight line carrier, for liability on a series of workplace incidents occurring between 2010 and 2014.

These incidents allegedly caused or added to, and intensified injuries. The railway worker, James Malay filed the complaint…Read More

West Virginia Towing Company Sued for Injuries

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 3, 2015

A West Virginia man is suing McGuire’s Towing and Recovery, claiming he was injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by one of the company’s employees.

The man, Carl Frisk, has named Gary Michael McGuire, owner of McGuire’s Towing and Recovery, as…Read More

12 Injured in Cheat Lake Boating Accident

Written by HeavensLawFirm on June 1, 2015

This past Memorial Day holiday ended in a tragic way for 12 boaters on Cheat Lake, West Virginia.

Authorities investigating the accident say, the cause of the 23- foot ski boat crash still has not been uncovered. The large open bow ski boat belonged to a college freshman, according to the local…Read More