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State Sues Huntington Used-Car Dealer, Alleging Warranty Violations

Repeated complaints have prompted the state to file an action against a used-car dealer that alleges numerous violations of the state’s Consumer Credit and Protection Act. West Virginia Attorney Read More

PF&F Prevents Overreach by Plaintiff in Trial of Multi-Vehicle Accident

At Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe, PLLC, we like to talk about the “PF&F difference.” That phrase often refers to the intangibles of quality legal service, but in a Read More

PF&F Wins Appeal for West Virginia Board of Education in Superintendent Firing Case

In a case that may have lasting implications for at-will employees of State government, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia ruled in favor of the West Virginia Board Read More

What You Should Know about Construction Liens in West Virginia

Construction projects can run into problems for various reasons. Financing may fall through, there may be a dispute about the terms of the contract, or the property owner may be Read More

What Are the Greatest Risk Factors in Trucking Accidents?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has a mission to reduce the number and severity of large truck- and bus-involved crashes through inspections, enforcement, rulemaking, and research. As part of Read More

Dispute Resolution and Insurance Litigation

It is common for insurance companies and their insured to disagree as to whether a specific insurance claim is covered under the applicable policy. A straightforward claim for coverage can Read More

Insurance Defense Involving a Common Carrier

A “common carrier” is a person or company that transports goods or people for another party and is responsible for any possible loss of the goods during transport. Common examples Read More

Busting the Myths about Manufactured Housing

Our manufactured housing practice group has seen dramatic changes in the evolution of the industry and attitudes towards it. Historically, mobile homes were of questionable quality, design and style with Read More

Jury Issues In Tobacco Litigation

With the dangers of smoking having been widely known for several decades, it is difficult to comprehend that tobacco litigation remains ongoing, with new cases continuing to arise. However, some Read More

Coal Mine Disasters: Lessons Learned

On September 13, 2012, West Virginia mineworker William Mock was killed when a section of the roof of the mine in which he was working struck him on the head. Read More

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