Vital & Vital LC vs. Debra K. Lloyd and James B. Lloyd
PA- R. Matthew Vital; J- David M. Pancake
* On Oct. 26, 2007, Vital & Vital entered into a contract with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd for legal representation regarding a personal injury. Vital & Vital claim the contract states they are entitled to 33.3 percent of any recovery as a result of the settlement or trial. According to the suit, the Lloyds discharged Vital & Vital days before the final mediation without cause and then retained alternate counsel. Vital & Vital claim they are entitled to $16,666.66 of the recovery settlement. They are suing for this amount, plus an amount not to exceed $74,999.99 for breach of contract.
Case number: 09-C-857
Zone Loan LLC vs. Le CookStore Huntington LLC; Gregory E. Hanner; Mary Hanner and Le CookStore LLC
PA- Casey W. Baker; J- F. Jane Hustead
* On Aug. 11, 2006, Le CookStore Huntington received, executed and delivered a promissory note, promising to pay Zone Loan a sum of $175,000 and have yet to pay them. Zone Loan is suing for the amount of $174,384.16, together with late charges and with interest at the contract rate until judgment is entered, and then at the legal rate from the date of judgment until paid in full.
Case number: 09-C-858
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