Hi, Steve, The only website that I know of which might have it is a legal research website called "Lexis-Nexis" but it is very expensive. I believe that they sell one-day and one-week passes, but I do not know how much they cost. But, for that short of a period of time, one has to be able to navigate quickly and know exactly where to go to find what they are looking for.
If you have a Law Library near you in Richmond, that Law Library will have the case reporters for all the States, not just Virginia.
You can also try this website and see what you come up with. I use it sometimes,
When you get to the website, click on West Virginia Courts. (I have found that it is best not to do State and Federal Courts together because you get pages and pages of cases you may not even use. In the space provided, type in some key words, like "Duty to mitigate damages in (include in what context because you will get all kinds of cases)
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