CIVIL FILINGS: Kanawha County

June 11 Opal Fox vs. Dolgencorp, LLC and Dolgencorp, LLC d/b/a Dollar General PA- Sean W. Cook; J- Tod J. Kaufman * On June 12, 2010, Fox was shopping at Dollar General when she slipped on water in a store aisle and fell, causing her to be injured. Fox is seeking compensatory damages. Case number: 12-C-1076 Amber Holcomb vs. TRG Customer Solutions, Inc. PA- Fred F. Holroyd; J- James C. Stucky * Holcomb was an employee of the defendant and on June 9, 2011, she requested a leave of absence under the Family and Medical Leave Act. Two days later she was working an overtime shift and discussed her pregnancy with her immediate supervisor. She claims that same day she was discharged from her employment for allegedly being rude to a customer. Holcomb claims the defendant discharged her in violation of the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Holcomb is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1082 June 12 George Gates vs. GMRI, Inc. d/b/a Olive Garden and Janna Hutchinson PA- John Einreinhofer; J- James C. Stucky * Gates was employed by the defendant from Feb. 25, 2008, until March 2, 2011. He claims the defendant wrongfully discharged him due to his age. Gates is seeking compensatory and punitive damages. Case number: 12-C-1087 Lori Raby vs. Racing Corporation of West Virginia d/b/a Mardi Gras Casino & Resort; Chapman-Martin Excavation & Grading, Inc.; Agsten Construction Company, Inc.; and Unknown Defendant PA- Timothy A. Bradford; J- Louis H. Bloom * On June 15, 2010, Raby was at Mardi Gras Casino & Resort when she claims the defendants failed to maintain its premises and to provide a safe place for her to walk. Raby is seeking compensatory and punitive damages. Case number: 12-C-1090 Melissa Keating vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Louis H. Bloom * Keating was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Keating is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1095 Mary Sangregory vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Paul Zakaib Jr. * Sangregory was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Sangregory is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1096 Sharon Dunn vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- James C. Stucky * Dunn was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Dunn is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1097 Nancy Booth vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Charles E. King * Booth was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Booth is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1098 Kimberly Marshall vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Charles E. King * Marshall was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Marshall is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1099 Andrea Smith vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Charles E. King * Smith was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Smith is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1100 Devi Matthews vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees PA- Timothy L. Eves, Omar D. Ahmad; J- Charles E. King * Matthews was admitted into Mountain State University's nursing programs for a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree. She claims when she was admitted to the program, she was informed that the program was accredited by NLNAC and WVBRN, but later discovered the nursing program did not have full accreditation status. Matthews is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-1101 June 13 Joseph Christian vs. General Motors, LLC PA- Michael L. Glasser; J- Louis H. Bloom * On Sept. 17, 2011, Christian purchased a new 2011 GMC Sierra Full Size Extended Cab. He claims the vehicle was defective. Christian is seeking revocation of acceptance and refund of the purchase price of the vehicle and compensatory damages. Case number: 12-C-1103

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