State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, as Subrogee of Michael Carr, its insured vs. Anna A. Lashare and Christina McGloughlin
PA- Nathan A. Morgan; J- Karl
* Lashare was attempting to pull into a parking space when she jumped the curb and striking a pedestrian and pinning him between a vending machine. Bodily damages in the amount of $15,000 were caused. When this accident occurred on Nov. 26, 2009, the driver had neither a driver's license or an insurance policy. As a result of this negligence, plaintiff paid an uninsured claim of $15,000. Judgment against McGloughlin in this amount is demanded.
Case number: 11-C-33
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, as Subrogee of Lisa Nippert vs. Jefrey Sorg and Crystal E. Crum
PA- Andrew N. Frye, III; J- Karl
* On March 31, 2009, Nippert owned a vehicle that sustained damages as a result of an accident on that date. The property damage sustained by her vehicle was enough to consider it a total loss. As a result of the claim, State Farm paid the NADA book value of $5,710.50.
Case number: 11-C-37
David Cline and Anna Cline vs. Quicken Loans Inc.; Title Source; Appraisals Unlimited, Incorporated; Dewey V. Guida and John Doe Note Holder
PA- James G. Bordas, Jr.; J- Hummel
* In the summer of 2005, plaintiffs went to lendingtree.com for the purpose of consolidating multiple credit card obligations. Clines had no desire to refinance their existing mortgage. Through its sophisticated sales tactics, Quicken convinced plaintiffs to refinance their mortgage on Aug. 11, 2005. A promissory note was executed in the principal sum of $99,300. A predatory lending scheme willfully secured an inflated appraisal from defendants. Plaintiffs have suffered financial and pecuniary losses and claim equitable relief.
Case number: 11-C-38
Reilly's Inc. vs. M.A.L.L. Enterprises LLC
PA- William A. Kolibash; J- Karl
* A lease was entered on Jan. 11, 2010, for five years wherein M.A.L.L. agreed to pay all real estate taxes and assessments. A check in the amount of $14,600 was tendered yet returned for insufficient funds. Defendant continues to wrongfully occupy the premises. A hearing is sought to immediately award possession of the Wheeling Avenue premise along with other costs deemed appropriate.
Case number: 11-C-39
John A. Mueller, Jennifer H. Mueller, Thomas R. Brown, Misty Brown, David A. Dempewolf, Kim R. Dempewolf, Robert Zirkle, Thomas G. Zirkle, Julia R. Riggle, Harry Aston and Ricilyn S. Aston vs. Chesapeake Appalachia LLC
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Hummel
* Various leases throughout 2006 enabled plaintiffs to deed their oil and gas interest on acreage located in the Cameron District. Each plaintiff's lease was for a period of five years for $5 per acre per year. Plaintiffs request an Order to determine the terms of the lease in question.
Case number: 11-C-42
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