CIVIL FILINGS: Jefferson County

Oct. 13 Rebecca Mowbray vs. Credit Acceptance Corp. PA-Stephen Skinner; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant violated WV Consumer Credit Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks damages in amount to be determined at trial. Case number: 11-C-389 Oct. 20 Branch Banking & Trust Co. vs. Richard E. Cunningham and Mary Ellen Cunningham PA-Charles Bagley, III; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant owes at least $94,410.00 plus interest for past due credit agreement. Case number: 11-C-398 Oct. 27 Cynthia Brown, Individually and as Administratrix and Personal Representative of the Estate of Michael DeWitt Busey vs. Robert Jones, M.D. and Jeffrey Stead, M.D. PA-Barry Nace; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims in 2009 decedent was treated by defendants who failed to diagnose gastric cancer. Plaintiff claims medical negligence and wrongful death. Plaintiff seeks judgment in amount to be determined at trial. Case number: 11-C-466 Oct. 27 Maureen Doud vs. Jami Schiller-Johnson and Jeff Johnson PA: Pro Se; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendants damaged rental property. Plaintiff seeks judgment in the amount of $29,682.00 for cleaning and repairs. Case number: 11-C-408 Nov. 3 Ronald Walters, Theresa Walters vs. Bank of America, NA on its Own behalf and as Successor by Merger to BAC Home Loan Servicing LP PA-Stephen Skinner; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant violated the WV Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks damages in amount not to exceed $74,999.00. Case number: 11-C-417 Nov. 4 Leah C. Taylor vs. City of Ranson, WV and Ranson Planning Commission PA-Jeffrey Mehalic; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims she opened a business in Ranson after complying with changing ordinances and working through many obstacles imposed by the city. After closing business due to poor economy, plaintiff attempted to re-open a business in same location and was denied right due to uninhabitable classification imposed by city. Plaintiff claims negligence and detrimental reliance on part of defendant. Plaintiff sees judgment in an amount to be determined at trial. Case number: 11-C-419 Nov. 7 Donald R. Burgess and Patricia E. Burgess vs. Corporation of Shepherdstown, a municipal corporation and Jim Auxer, Mayor, in his individual and official capacity and John Doe, I-X PA-Linda Gutsell; J-David Sanders * Plaintiffs claim they were denied building permit based on ordinance that was not lawfully adopted. Plaintiff claims loss of income and seeks damages from all defendants in an amount to be determined at trial. Case number: 11-C-421 Nov. 7 Citibank, NA vs. Gary W. Cogle, Jr. and Sue E. Cogle PA-Andrew Frye, III; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims that defendants owe more than $81,827.15 for past due credit agreement. Case number: 11-C-422 Nov. 10 Michael Onheiser vs. PNGI Charles Town Gaming, LLC d/b/a Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races PA-Joseph Ferretti; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims that he was injured on or about Nov. 19, 2009 when a chair collapsed that he was sitting in at slot machines. Plaintiff claims faulty installment and negligence. Plaintiff seeks an judgment in an amount to be determined at trial. Case number: 11-C-428 Nov. 14 Citibank, NA vs. Shawn F. Wilt and Monique G. Nissen PA-Andrew Frye, III; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant owes more than $71,137.56 for past due credit agreement. Case Number 11-C-431 Nov. 14 Bank of Clarke County vs. Patricia M. Sanderson PA-Julie Shank; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant owes more than $56,630.20 for past due credit agreement. Case number: 11-C-434 Nov. 14 Bank of Charles Town vs. N/L Entertainment LLC PA-Stephen Skinner; J-David Sanders * Plaintiff claims defendant, operating Alamo Drafthouse Theatre in Winchester, Va. was negligent in preventing theft of debit cards and credit information of its customers which led to fraudulent transactions. Plaintiff seeks more than $29,919.74 for damages. Case number: 11-C-436

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