Bailey & Wyant will be hosting its annual Holiday Open House Party in its Charleston office on December 4, 2009 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Marc Slotnick and Amy Haynie represented our sister firm, Bailey & Slotnick, PLLC, at the Housing 101 Expo presented by Kanawha Valley Board of Realtors.
Charles Bailey and Kelly Morgan obtained a summary judgment ruling in a dental malpractice case. Plaintiff alleged that Defendant deviated from the standard of care in treating Plaintiff's dental infection in performing a root canal. Specifically, Plaintiff alleged that performing the root canal led to bacterial endocarditis, which ultimately caused him to suffer from a stroke. The Circuit Court of Putnam County held that plaintiffs' standard of care expert, who was a cardio-thoracic surgeon, lacked the expertise to render an opinion about endodontic care.
Congratulations to Jordan Herrick. He was sworn in to practice law by both the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.
Charles R. Bailey, Managing Member of the firm's Charleston office, has been named by the Governor of the State of West Virginia to serve on the Committee to appoint a new Circuit Court Judge in the Circuit Court of Kanawha County.
Charles R. Bailey attended the annual meeting of the Defense Research Institute. Mr. Bailey participated in panel counsel meetings with Chartis Insurance and Federated Mutual Insurance Company.
David Mincer and Kelly Morgan obtained a summary judgment ruling in a property damage case involving flooding. The property owners alleged that, prior to purchasing the property, they advised their realtor that they were seeking property located outside of a flood plane or property not otherwise prone to flooding. After purchasing, the buyers learned that the property had been previously severely flooded.
Vaughn Sizemore was the guest speaker at Capital High School for its Constitution Day seminar. Mr. Sizemore gave his speech to the student body of the school about the creation of the constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the other Amendments to the Constitution. He also discussed significance and relevance of the Constitution to the students.
Mark A. Kepple, a Member in the firm's Wheeling office, recently obtained a dismissal of his client by Summary Judgment Motion in a complex, multiple tractor trailer accident case involving multiple personal injury claims.
Chuck Bailey obtained summary judgment on behalf of ADP Totalsource FL XI, a human resources services provider, in a case alleging compensation discrimination, wrongful termination, and wrongful eviction.