King v. Ferguson

In King v. Ferguson, 198 W. Va. 307, 315, 480 S.E.2d 516, 524 (1996) (per curiam), the Court concluded that a trial court had properly assessed jury costs against a plaintiff under the authority of Rule 68(c) of the West Virginia Rules of Civil Procedure, which refers merely to "costs" in providing that "if the judgment finally obtained by the offeree is not more favorable than the offer, the offeree must pay the costs incurred after the making of the offer."