CIVIL FILINGS: Marshall County
Denise Simpson May. 11, 2012, 2:10am
Megan Moore vs. Yvonne Hartley
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Karl
* On Nov. 29, 2010, defendant failed to yield the right-of-way and pulled onto First Street striking the side of Moore's vehicle. She sustained bodily injuries and seeks a judgment for probable future damages.
Case number: 12-C-51
Frank Edward Gonchoff and Tonia Sue Gonchoff vs. HSBC Bank Nevada, N.A. and Martin P. Sheehan, Trustee vs. HSBC Bank Nevada, N.A.
PA- Thomas E. McIntire; J- Karl
* The Gonchoffs' attorney contacted HSBC advising them to cease and desist all telephone calls and correspondence to plaintiff. This conduct caused a reckless disregard for the emotional well-being of plaintiffs. An award is sought to fully compensate them for damages sustained.
Case number: 12-C-53
Estate of Teresa Mae Hicks by its Executrix, Leslie M. Hicks, Leslie M. Hicks, Christa Hicks, Jeffrey Ryan, Belinda Sue Ryan Meadows and Jerry Dean Ryan vs. AB Resources, LLC, TriEnergy, Inc., and Chevron U.S.A., Inc.
PA- Paul J. Harris; J- Karl
* Plaintiffs entered into an oil and gas lease agreement for an annual payment of $890. Failure to make timely payments have materially breached the lease. The date of expiration on the lease should be 2012. Plaintiffs seek the Court determine the lease to be 5 years.
Case number: 12-C-55
Sherry Butler vs. Nicholas Atwell, Jodi Atwell, Jordan Haynes, Michelle Koyden Haynes, and Long Ball, LLC d/b/a Home Plate Lounge
PA- Paul J. Harris; Shawn L. Fluharty; J- Hummel
* In the early morning hours of Oct. 2, 2010, defendants Atwells physically attacked, kicked, ripped out plaintiff's hair and stomped on her rib cage. The Lounge failed to render assistance to Butler. Upon information, the Lounge had banned Atwells for engaging in a previous altercation. A jury trial is demanded for compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 12-C-56
Thomas Alderman vs. Regis Construction and Takara Belmont USA, Inc.
PA- Thomas Alderman; J- Hummel
* Plaintiff Alderman was on the premises of defendant Regis' retail store/salon, on March 29, 2010. He was sitting on a barber's chair seat when the attached mounting bracket broke. He fell backward and struck his head on a nearby stocking shelf. Plaintiff incurred medical expenses and part of his injuries are permanent for which he will suffer future expenses.
Case number: 12-C-60
Brett Francis vs. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
PA- Jacob M. Robinson; J- Karl
* Francis was insured under a policy which had underinsured motorists bodily injury limits of $25,000 per person. Darrell Ray Ramsey Jr. violently struck Francis in a rear-end collision on June 8, 2007; thereby causing permanent injuries and damages. Nationwide wrongly denied Plaintiff the underinsured motorists bodily injury policy limits. Francis seeks compensatory damages.
Case number: 12-C-61
Erie Insurance Group vs. Richard Groskopf
PA- Jason P. Pockl; J- Karl
* About April 2, 2010, on Bethlehem Boulevard, defendant negligently operated his pick-up truck, owned by Deel Heating and Air; operated by James Deel, in which Rick Russ was a passenger. Russ suffered bodily injury and Erie Insurance has and will pay sums future sum to its insured Russ in an amount yet to be determined.
Case number: 12-C-64
Sidney J. Wood vs. Kylie J. Howard, Connie J. Howard and Michael O. Howard
PA- Rodney T. Berry; Eric M. Gordon; J- Hummel
* Wood was walking alongside his bicycle, heading east, approaching the 12th Street and Parriott Avenue, when he made a left hand turn. Kylie Howard failed to stop at this same traffic sign, striking plaintiff; knocking him to the roadway. Wood sustained bodily injuries, some are believed to continue into the future. Judgment is demanded to sufficiently compensate his injuries.
Case number: 12-C-65
E. Jean Hall, Executrix of the Estate of Earnest B. Hall, deceased vs. CSX Transportation Inc. Individually and as successor in interest to the Chessie System, Inc., The B & O Railroad, and The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
PA- R. Dean Hartley; Julie Magers; J- Karl
* During his tenure with defendant, plaintiff was exposed to dangerous and toxic asbestos. Decedents occupational exposures to toxic substances throughout his career caused him to contract lung cancer which ultimately caused his death. The estate demands judgment allowed under the FELA as proven at trial.
Case number: 12-C-70