Sept. 23
Gloria R. Lewis-Moats vs. James Moore and Dyno Nobel Inc.
PA-Pro se; J-NA
* Moore was employed by Dyno Nobel as a supervisor of parts specialist. In September 2008, Lewis-Moats was instructed to assist Moore in lifting and carrying 250-pound drill steels by hand. Lewis-Moats alleges Moore dropped one of the 250 pound drill steels on her left foot causing a severe contusion resulting in complex regional pain syndrome. Lewis-Moats is seeking judgment to compensate for injuries, loss of income, medical expenses, pre- and post-judgment interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-645

Sept. 27
John Pyles v. Daybrook Development Company
PA-P. Todd Phillips
* Pyles was employed by Daybrook Development Company for 16 years and, for the past several years, worked as a supervisor. Pyles claims he would work two hours performing duties and receiving instructions and picking up supplies prior to his regular eight-hour shift. Pyles claims he was only paid for his eight hours spent at selected oil or gas well sites and was not compensated for the two hours prior preparing for his shift. Pyles was terminated from his job in June 2010. Daybrook Development failed to compensate Pyles for monies owed him within 72 hours of terminating his employment. He is seeking liquidated damages, fees, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-651

Sept. 29
Debra Sviridenko v Wal Mart Stores Inc.
PA-Holly Hinerman; J-NA
* While shopping at Walmart, Sviridenko tripped on a hanger that was on the floor, causing her to lose her balance and fall. She suffered a severe injury to her left elbow, left leg, and back. Sviridenko is seeking compensatory and special damages of $15,000, general damages of $15,000, pre- and post-judgment interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-657

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