July 25
Adam and Angela Richards v. Pete Birurakis
J-Stone; PA-Joan A. Mooney
* The plaintiffs claim Birurakis rented them an uninhabitable home. They also claim he failed to remedy any of the structural or health hazards that the home posed to the residents, and that he used their rent money to fix another home for habitation. They are seeking the return of rent money paid after the home was declared uninhabitable, costs of damage due to rats and compensation for emotional stress.
Case number: 06-C-486

Roger D. and Judith Mayer v. Karen Hall, conservator of Ernest Serenella
J-Clawges; PA-Philip D. Mooney, Esquire
* The Mayers claim Serenella was purposefully remaining hidden from them at the time they were prepared to purchase an item or real estate valued at $102,000. Since this time, Serenella has been injured and is now in a comatose state. The plaintiffs are seeking that Karen Hall be required to make the sale of the property, and that said property be conveyed to the plaintiffs free and clear of all leans and encumbrances.
Case number: 06-C-487

July 27
Ronald Cumpston v. Coin Contracting, Inc.
J-Clawges; PA-Brent L. Van Deysen
* Cumpston claims Coin Contracting failed to repair a roadway that they excavated, leaving an open manhole that posed a risk to motorists. While lawfully operating a motor vehicle, Cumpston struck this manhole and his chest impacted the steering wheel, resulting in severe and permanent injuries. He is seeking $49,169.56 for specific medical damages, lost wages in an amount to be determined at the trial as well as interest.
Case number: 06-C-491

Jay Thomas Walters v. Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston and Consol Energy, Inc.
J-Clawges; PA-Brent L. Van Deysen
* Walters claims Liberty has terminated his disability pay based on the idea that he no longer meets the unchanged definition of "total disability." Walters says this is false, and that his condition has only worsened since his accident in 1982. He is seeking past disability payments due to him under the Plan, the reinstatement of disability payments due to him under the Plan, as well as costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-493

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