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Lawsuit filed by Michael Glasser for paintball injury

TORT REFORM ADVOCATE FILES LAWSUIT OTHER AVENUES EXHAUSTED FIRST, HIS ATTORNEY SAYS

Publication: THE CHARLESTON GAZETTE
Page: 1C
Byline: ANDREW CLEVENGER

aclevenger@wvgazette.com

The president of the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce, a longtime advocate of tort reform, is suing his neighbors over an injury to his daughter.

Manchin brothers’ lawsuit dropped

Filed to remove a $1.7

million suit on Monday

Lawsuits against hospital settle
Thursday, August 20, 2015

Lawsuits against WVU neurosurgery chief settled for $1.3M

Judgment entered in lawsuit against gynecologist for nearly $315,000

CHARLESTON - A judgment has been entered in a lawsuit against a Charleston gynecologist who a couple claimed was negligent during surgery.

On Aug. 6, a judgment order was filed in Kanawha Circuit Court.

The matter was tried July 15 through 19. The jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff in the amount of $303,741.96, $47,641.96 for past medical expenses for medical care and treatment; $6,100 for lost wages; and $250,000 in non-economic damages.

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