White v. Berryman

In White v. Berryman, 187 W.Va. 323, 332, 418 S.E.2d 917, 926 (1992), the Court held that the failure to set aside a default judgment was not an abuse of discretion. In that case, the appellant filed no responsive pleading to the complaint and did not file his motion to set aside the default judgment until nearly two months after he first became aware of the default judgment and over three months after the default judgment order was entered.