Feb. 11
Matthew A. Graybeal vs. Eagle Ridge Services Inc.
PA- J. Michael Ranson, G. Patrick Jacobs; J- Thompson
* Graybeal wants jury to give him "injunctive relief of rehiring, back pay and any other legal or equitable relief appropriate because his employer of less than a month discharged him for filing for Workers Compensation. Complaint says Eagle Ridge violated the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Graybeal seeks back pay and employment benefits "with an award of either reinstatement to former employment or for front pay ..." compensatory and punitive damages, and litigation costs.
Case number: 11-C-26

Matthew A. Graybeal vs. Appalachian Security Inc.
PA- J. Michael Ranson, G. Patrick Jacobs; J- Thompson
* Complaint says Graybeal, employed from November 2009 to June 2010 termination was not paid wages due within 72 hours in compliance with public policy. He seeks jury judgment for an amount equal to loss of all wages, with interest; liquidated damages; and attorney and court costs.
Case number: 11-C-27

Feb. 14
Branch Banking & Trust Co. vs. Christine L. Harless
PA- Norman T. Daniels Jr.; J- Thompson
* BB&T seeks to take possession of a 2004 Ford Escape financed for the Rock Creek woman in March 2005, because of her failure to pay $15,841, plus accruing sales finance charges at a rate of 11.79 percent. Bank also wants damages in an amount sufficient to satisfy Harless' outstanding obligations and its litigation costs.
Case number: 11-C-29

FIA Card Services, N.A. vs. James B. Hudson
PA- Edna J. Coulter, Alison R. Gerlach, Robert L. McKinney II, Steven B. Mulrooney; J- Thompson
* FIA's counsel tells the Court it is attempting to collect a contracted debt of more than $36,700.
Case number: 11 -C-30

Feb. 15
Carol England, as Executrix of the Estate of Martin Lee England & Individually vs.Rebecca Ann Workman & Clyde Workman Jr.
PA- Stacey Lynn Fragile; J- Thompson
* Personal injury suit alleges Defendants caused wrongful death of Martin England resulting from a July 2009 vehicle accident on W.Va. Route 3 in Comfort. According to complaint, Rebecca Workman had four drugs and alcohol in her system while driving a car owned by Clyde Workman Jr. England was operating his truck on the right side of the road, says complaint, when the Workman vehicle crossed center line striking the front driver's side wheel area. England was fatally injured when his vehicle left the roadway into the ditchline, reentered the road and turned over. Carol England wants jury to determine an award, jointly and severally against defendants, plus litigation costs, and pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 11-C-32

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