McWilliams Builders and Construction Co. LLC vs. Bolling Lynn Robertson III, William E. Nelson and Sergio's Pizza Buffet LLC
PA - Tammy McWilliams; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The plaintiff claims that the defendants entered into a promissory note on June 20, 2008, for $28,887, and they have failed to make payments in accordance with their agreement. The plaintiff is seeking at least $30,639.50 plus other relief.
Case number: 08-C-1031
John McClurg, administrator for the estate of Brian McClurg, vs. Karen Burkhart
PA - Michael Santa Barbaral; J - David Sanders
* The plaintiff is the administrator for the estate of Brian McClurg, who died Aug. 9, 2006. The plaintiff claims the defendant was negligent and permitted her minor son to host a party at her house on that date. McClurg claims that Burkhart allowed minors at the party to consume illegal drugs, and a vehicle accident after the party led to Brain McClurg's death, when the vehicle he was a passenger in struck a tree. The plaintiff is seeking an amount of relief to be determined at trial.
Case number: 08-C-1044
John D. Chambers and Richard D. Butts vs. Special Operations Group Inc., and Russell J. Sudder
PA - Barry Beck; J - Gray Silver
* The plaintiffs, on behalf of themselves and all others in similar situations, claim the defendants owe them accrued vacation pay benefits, which were not paid in accordance with the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act after the plaintiffs' employment with SOGI was terminated on Oct. 31, 2007. They are seeking up to $75,000 per individual.
Case number: 08-C-1045
Mark A. Bowers, Westley H. Hall Jr., Douglas H. Noll, David W. Shirley, Milford C. Alt, Edward A. Whitehair, Suzanne Hamilton, Joel Dana Jones and Mark A. Ramsburg vs. New Century Transportation Inc., Harry J. Muhlschlegel, Stephanie A. Rigsby, Richard V. Luhrs, Timothy A. Chadd, Jason Nesbit and Brian Fitzpatrick
PA - Michael Scales; J - David Sanders
* The plaintiffs, individually and as class representatives, are all former employees of the defendant company's truckload services division, and they claim the defendants failed to pay wages, bonuses, vacations and other accrued benefits when their employment was terminated in April 2008. They are seeking a judgment to compensate for these wages, as well as other relief, in a total amount of less than $5 million.
Case number: 08-C-1047