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West Virginia Suit Alleges Illegal Firing of Workers’ Compensation Claimant

Employers in West Virginia and throughout the country must take great care when terminating someone who has filed a workers’ compensation claim. Recently, a former Dish Network employee alleged that he was unlawfully fired because he sought benefits related to an on-the-job injury. Under the West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Code, terminating someone while they are Read More

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Enforceability of “No Damages for Delay” Contracts in West Virginia

Many construction agreements prevent contractors from seeking damages associated with unexpected delays in the project. Even when the contractors bear no responsibility for the setback, they can be forced to extend the job without any extra compensation. These “no damages for delay” clauses put pressure on contractors to finish in a timely fashion, but some Read More

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How Long Does a Duty to Defend Against Environmental Claims Last?

Environmental claims routinely involve allegations that date back several years or even decades. This creates difficult legal questions for potential defendants and their insurers. Sometimes sites are the subject of complaints or other types of activity before a claim is filed that would trigger the application of an insurance policy. If a lawsuit is not Read More

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