Rose Bailey and Scott Bailey vs. Seventeenth Street Associates, LLC d/b/a Huntington Health and Rehabilitation Center; Eleta Noble; and Does 1-25, inclusive
PA- J. Patrick L. Stephens; J- David M. Pancake
* Mrs. Bailey was employed by Seventeenth Street Associates as a dietary aid beginning in July 2004. On Feb. 13, 2009, Mrs. Bailey suffered an on-the-job injury and went to the emergency room at Cabell Huntington Hospital for treatment. She claims she began receiving temporary total disability for a few months and then returned to work with light duty. On March 1, 2010, Mrs. Bailey was returned to her normal work duties, according to the suit, but on March 29, 2010, her physician again put her back on light duty restrictions. She claims when she informed her employer, she was told her physician's orders did not matter. She claims her employment was terminated on April 6, 2010, because she would not return to normal work duties. The Baileys are seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 11-C-248
Keith Jarrell vs. Steel Products and Manufacturing Co.
PA- Brian L. Ooten, Anthony J. Cicconi; J- David M. Pancake
* On May 1, 2009, Jarrell was delivering a load of steel to the defendant and was standing on the flatbed truck when one of the defendant's employees dropped a load of steel on him, which pinned him between the load of steel and the steel remaining on the bed of the truck. He is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 11-C-249
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