Ohio County Development Authority vs. Henderson Insurance Agency LLC and Michael Henderson
PA- Michael E. Hooper; Donald A. Nickerson, Jr.; J- Wilson
* Henderson Insurance vacated its premises in May 2010. OCDA and Henderson Insurance entered into a commercial leased for space at the Highlands. Judgment against defendants is demanded in the amount of $15,211.49.
Case number: 10-C-331
FIA Card Services, N.A. vs. Bernie D. Metz
PA- Steven B. Mulrooney; J- Mazzone
* Defendant allegedly owes $32,441.09, plus interest, from the date of judgment.
Case number: 10-C-332
Melissa Gibbons, individually and as Administratrix of the Estate of Lawrence Earl Gibbons Sr. vs. Don Braden, dba A-1Braden's Towing- Collision; Daniel W. Wilson, M.D.; Timothy Genetta, D.O.; EPMG of West Virginia Inc. and Emergency Physicians Medical Group P.C.
PA- C. Benjamin Salango; J- Wilson
* The decedent was employed by Braden's Towing as a mechanic, on Nov. 17, 2009. Braden's employees commonly used a wheel cleaner solution containing hydrofluoric acid, a colorless and extremely hazardous liquid chemical. Unbeknownst to Gibbons, Braden stored acidic wheel cleaner in a water bottle used for detailing automobiles as opposed to placing the chemical in a proper OSHA approved container. At 9:30 p.m., less than three hours after his admission to Wheeling Hospital, presumably in stable condition, Mr. Gibbons died as a result of ingestion of hydrofluoric acid.
Case number: 10-C-333
Calip Morris III vs. Emergency Medicine Physicians of Ohio County PLLC; Lisa D. Hrutkay, D.O.; Joshua T. Lucas, D.O. and Christopher O'Neal, D.O.
PA-C. Richard Wilson; Landers P. Bonenberger; J- Wilson
* On June 4, 2008, plaintiff presented to the Ohio Valley Medical Center's ER with complaints of a dog bite to the left hand. Plaintiff was a high risk for infection as he was a known diabetic, had a history of ulcerative colitis and was a smoker. Employees deviated from the standard of care by failing to appropriately order an x-ray. He returned to the ER on June 28, 2008, with increased pain and was at that time in a cast. Undiagnosed complications developed and intense inflammation required intensive IV therapy and surgery.
Case number: 10-C-336