Nov. 3
Kareem Wright vs. Cytec Industries Inc. and Master Mechanical Insulation Inc.
PA- R. Dean Hartley; Patrick E. McFarland; J- Hummel
* On Nov. 7, 2007, Plaintiff was engaged in employment which involved being exposed to maleic anhydride. This exposure was a proximate cause of her development of pulmonary and cardiac injuries and damages. At all relevant times, plaintiff's exposure was in violation of contemporary, commonly accepted safety standards. Despite actual knowledge, defendant MMI circumvented safety standards concerning warnings, which given, would have provided adequate warnings of the hazards. As a result of his pulmonary and cardiac injuries and damages, plaintiff's ability to earn a living was impaired. Compensatory damages are demanded, jointly and severally, as a judge or jury shall find just.
Case number: 09-C-233

Nov. 13
Austin Lucas, a minor child by Amanda O'Hara, his natural mother and guardian vs. Donald P. Salkovick and Christine Salkovick
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Hummel
* On July 25, 2007, Austin Lucas was attacked and bitten by a dog owned by defendants who failed to supervise and restrain their pet. As a direct and proximate result, the plaintiff sustained physical and emotion injuries, which may continue into the future. Judgment is demanded to sufficiently compensate them for their damages.
Case number: 09-C-237

Nov. 19
Leilani S. Williams vs. Jennifer Tetrick
PA- Rodney T. Berry; J- Hummel
* On Dec. 4, 2007, plaintiff was traveling southbound on the Jefferson Avenue Extension, but had stopped for work construction. She was rear- ended by plaintiff. The collision and resulting injuries were a direct and proximate result of the improper conduct of defendant. A compensatory judgment is demanded.
Case number: 09-C-241

Nov. 20
Berry Beresford vs. Louis Donley
PA- Herman D. Lantz; J- Karl
* On Nov. 30, 2007, plaintiff was traveling northbound on W.Va. 2 and had stopped at the red light. The defendant was traveling northbound when he collided with the rear of plaintiff's vehicle. This failure to maintain is claimed as the direct and proximate result of plaintiff's personal injuries and an appropriate compensatory judgment is requested.
Case number: 09-C-242

Nov. 25
Ron Lepic and Joan Lepic vs. Larry Tighe
PA- Ronald W. Zavolta; J- Hummel
* On Nov. 26, 2007, at the Boggs Run Road northbound interchange in Benwood, defendant carelessly operated his vehicle in such a manner as to violently cause a t-bone collision with plaintiff's vehicle thereby causing serious permanent injuries and damages. As a direct and proximate result of this failure to yield, compensatory damages are demanded.
Case number: 09-C-243

Dec. 2
Charles C. Cumptan and Deborah V. Cumptan vs. Allstate Insurance Company and Larry D. Poynter, individually, and Ed Steen, individually
PA- Christopher J. Regan; J- Hummel
* Given the severity of the injuries and damages sustained by plaintiffs as a consequence of the vehicle collision of May 27, 1988, they were legally entitled to recover compensatory damages from Melissa Cochenour, the underinsured motorist, in excess of the stacked underinsured limits. The plaintiffs accepted the total sum of $100,000 as full and final settlement because they did not know about the additional coverage Allstate was concealing. Equitable relief and restitution, as the Court, shall deem proper, as well as punitive damages, are sought.
Case number: 09-C-247

John Marple as Administrator of the Estate of Robin Sue Marple, Deceased vs. Allstate Insurance Company and Larry D. Poynter, individually, and Steve Hatcher, individually
PA- Christopher J. Regan; J- Karl
* The severity of the injuries sustained by plaintiff as a consequence of a vehicle accident, on Sept. 23, 1988, warranted compensatory damages from Debbie K. Taylor, the underinsured motorist, in excess of the stacked UIM limits. Allstate fraudulently concealed the existence of stackable underinsured benefits and coverage. Plaintiffs accepted $50,000 as full and final settlement because he unaware of the additional coverage.
Case number: 09-C-248

Mark Ash vs. Allstate Insurance Company and Larry D. Poynter, individually, and Ed Steen, individually
PA- Christopher J. Regan; J- Hummel
* The plaintiff received serious and permanent injuries in a vehicle accident caused by Shirley Ann Salmon, on March 28, 1992, in Kanawha County. To his detriment, plaintiff relied on the representation of defendants that the underinsured motorist coverage available to compensate him for the injuries sustained was $50,000. He accepted that sum as full and final settlement. Compensatory and punitive damages are requested.
Case number: 09-C-249

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