Samuel and Linda Singleton vs. Monongalia Power Company
PA-Raymond H. Yackel; J-NA
* The Singletons allege that due to an electrical malfunction in the power lines, the electrical circuits and outlets in their home began to smoke. Singleton was able to shut off the power into the house, but not before all electrical appliances were fried. Soon after this incident, a tree trimming company came to the their property to trim around the power lines. When asked why they were there, Singleton alleges they refused to provide him any information. They are seeking judgment for compensation for damages and pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 12-C-248
David R. Brisell vs. International Vacation Services, Gayla Smith, Howard Kennedy, Kay Lott and James Thomas
PA-Pro se; J-NA
* Brisell alleges International Vacation Services, who sells travel club memberships and real estate-based vacations is operating under deceptive business practices by misleading consumers into paying a substantial fee to join for travel and lodging services, but in reality, provides no significant travel services. Brisell seeks judgment for damages of $6,193 for the membership fees, along with a $99 deposit for a free cruise, penalties for consumer fraud, punitive damages, attorney fees and costs.
Case number: 12-C-251
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