Dec. 2
Nitro Electric Company Inc. vs. G&G Builders Inc.
PA-Daniel J. Konrad; J-Stowers
* In January 2008, the parties were involved in a contract to build for Massey Coal Services Inc. in Julian. The defendant contracted the plaintiff to do work on the project. Nitro Electric says G&G was paid by Massey, but it claims G&G has yet to pay it for the work done. Nitro Electric seeks the payment of $20,000, pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees and other relief.
Case number: 09-C-517

Dec. 4
Deborah J. Hedrick, formerly Deborah J. Burks, individually and in her capacity as executrix of the estate of David C. Frazier, deceased; Timothy W. Jividen and Brenda S. Alford vs. Pleasant Valley Limited Liability Company, Sharon L. Lyons, individually and in her capacity as executrix of the estate of Shirley Ann Hall; Wilma M. Craig; Sandra Higginbotham and James Dewees
PA-Harvey D. Peyton; J-Spaulding
* The plaintiffs seek to have the court initiate a supervised winding up of the Pleasant Valley business, liquidation of remaining assets, distribution of proceeds, accounting of used assets and other relief.
Case number: 09-C-519

Dec. 4
Russell Walker vs. Claxton Smith & Sons Concrete Co. and Appalachian Power Company
PA-Alex McLaughlin; J-Stowers
* In a case moved from Magistrate Court, Walker says the defendant companies are responsible for damage to real and/or personal property because of dust that escaped from their facilities over several years. Walker seeks compensatory damages of $5,000 to clean and repair the property. He also seeks court costs.
Case number: 09-C-525

Sandra Spears vs. Claxton Smith & Sons Concrete Co. and Appalachian Power Company
PA-Alex McLaughlin; J-Stowers
* In a case moved from Magistrate Court, Spears says the defendant companies are responsible for damage to real and/or personal property because of dust that escaped from their facilities over several years. Spears seeks compensatory damages of $5,000 to clean and repair the property. She also seeks court costs.
Case number: 09-C-526

Dec. 7
Four-S Development LLC vs. Thomas Mayes and Trent Hostetler
PA-J. Robert Leslie; J-Spaulding
* Four-S is the landlord for Heritage Plaza located near the intersection of W.Va. 34 and Interstate 64 near Hurricane. In October 2007, the defendants entered into a lease agreement with the plaintiff. Four-S says they have breached the contract. It seeks joint and several compensatory damages, past due rent, late fee payments, attorney fees, costs, expenses and interest.
Case number: 09-C-529

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