Supreme Court holds that, to recover any damages under the wrongful death act, a beneficiary must be alive at the time of the decedent's death.
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Pardon for a pooch? The Supreme Court concludes that a municipality does not have the power to order a dog to be destroyed.
Supreme Court limits recovery rights in predatory lending cases where lender declares bankruptcy.
May an municipal court order that a dog it has found to be dangerous be killed? The Supreme Court of Appeals finds that it may not.
In a new case, the Supreme Court formally abolishes its practice of issuing per curiam opinions.
In a very limited ruling, the high court allows an attorney's deposition to proceed in an employment case where the attorney may have participated in settlement negotiations.
West Virginia Supreme Court determines that the Real Estate Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board is a "state agency" and is, therefore, entitled to the special venue provisions of West Virginia Code § 14-2-2.
Supreme Court refuses to interfere in a case involving insurance coverage and bad faith against an Ohio insurance company.
In this closely watched case, the Supreme Court substantially reduced a jury's verdict against a nursing home, but still upheld $4.6 million in compensatory damages and $32 million in punitive damages.
Supreme Court holds that tort claims for criminal conversation and adultery are no longer viable in West Virginia.