This Just In: Monongalia County

July 17
Jodie Marie Switzer, Individually and as Parent and Guardian of Alex Switzer, and Trent Eichelberger, and Clifford E. Eichelberger v. Dale G. and Geraldine Ireland
J-N/A; PA-John R. Angotti
* Jodie Switzer claims Dale G. Ireland operated a vehicle negligently while driving on Interstate 79, thereby causing a collision with her automobile. She and the children suffered injuries of temporary as well as permanent nature and required hospitalization. The plaintiffs seek damages that will fully compensate their injuries.
Case number: 06-C-461

July 18
Bruno Manderano II, individually and as owner of BM Enterprises v. Larry Leach, Sr., Individually and as owner of L & K Services, and Larry Leach Jr.
J-N/A; PA-J. Bryan Edwards
* Manderano claims L&K was contracted to reconstruct his duplex after it was extensively damaged by fire. The work was to be completed by July 15, and by the end of June 2006, little work had been accomplished. He is seeking $51,198.13, the sum paid for the work, as well as $750 per week for each week the rebuilding is not completed from July 15 onward. He is also seeking lost rent, interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-470

North Central Property Owners Association, Inc. c/o Raymond H. Yackel v. Steve Fanok, Esq. and Dan Boroff, City Manager of Morgantown
J-N/A;PA-Raymond H. Yackel
* The North Central Property Owners Association claims the proposed 19 story private dormitory for student housing poses a threat to the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Morgantown. It is suggested that the lack of a requirement for parking near this 1,000 student complex will create significant congestion in the surrounding locations, well beyond the capacity of the city's infrastructures. The Plaintiffs request that the Court declare the uses and variants in zoning for this project to be illegal.
Case number: 06-C-471

July 20
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., v. Vinay Binari
J-N/A; PA-Lance E. Rollo
* Nationwide claims Binari operated a vehicle negligently, causing a collision with its insured. Nationwide has paid $47,335.73 on behalf of its insured for injuries sustained in the accident. Nationwide seeks this sum, plus any sum that may hereafter be paid to its insured, as well as interest costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-472

West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. v. Sharon Fraley
J-N/A; PA-Jeffery D. Taylor
* WVU Hospitals claims Fraley owes $54,708.70 for extensive professional medical treatment. It is seeking this amount plus post-judgment interest, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-473

West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. v. Ronald Phillips
J-N/A; PA-Jeffery D. Taylor
* WVU Hospitals claims Phillips owes $52,446.96 for extensive professional medical treatment. It is seeking this amount plus post-judgment interest, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-474

July 21
West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. v. Graham David Nazelrod
J-N/A; PA-Jeffery D. Taylor
* WVU Hospitals claims Nazelrod owes $25,465.20 for extensive professional medical treatment. It is seeking this amount plus post-judgment interest, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-479

July 24
Julie Marie Hoffman v. Aaron T. Wolfe
J-N/A; PA-Jason A. Rosenberger, Esq.
* Hoffman claims Wolfe was operating his motor vehicle at excessive speeds and caused a collision by failing to stay on his side of the road. Hoffman suffered severe injuries including an acetabular fracture, a left wrist fracture, a lascerated spleen, and other soft tissue injuries. She is seeking judgement against the defendant in an amount in excess of $100,000.
Case number: 06-C-483

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