CIVIL FILINGS: Berkeley County

June 21
FIA Card Services NA vs. Mark A. Conte
PA-Paul B. Atkins; J-Christopher Wilkes
* Plaintiff defendant owes at least $26,242.38 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-491

Sandra M. Manning and Robert W. Trumble, as Trustee of the Bankruptcy Estate of Sandra M. Manning vs. HSBC Bank N.D.
PA-Garry G. Geffert; J-Christopher Wilkes
* Plaintiff claims violation of West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Seeks settlement of not less than $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-492

Sandra M. Manning and Robert W. Trumble, as Trustee of the Bankruptcy Estate of Sandra M. Manning vs. Orchard Bank Nevada aka HSBC Bank Nevada
PA-Garry G. Geffert; J-Christopher Wilkes
* Plaintiff claims violation of West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Seeks settlement of not less than $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-497

Eastern Panhandle Federal Credit Union vs. Scott D. Selfridge, Kimberly Selfridge
PA: Christopher R. Moore; J-Gray Silver, III
* Plaintiff claims defendant owes at least $71,000.00 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-498

June 22
Stephen W. Bohrer, as Executor of the Estate of Goldie V. Bohrer, deceased vs. Heartland of Martinsburg, WV, LLC d/b/a Heartland of Martinsburg; Manor Care Health Inc.; Manor Care, Inc.; ABC Business Entities 1-10; John Doe Medical Providers and John Doe Controlling Officers, Managing Members and General Partners 1-10
PA-Peter D. Giglione; J-Gray Silver, III
* Plaintiff claims defendant was negligent pursuant to the Survival Act. Plaintiff also claims Premises Liability pursuant to the Survival Act, Breach of Fiduciary Contract and Wrongful Death in the case of Goldie Bohrer. Plaintiff seeks compensatory and punitive damages and other fees to be assessed at trial.
Case number: 12-C-510

June 25
Sandra L. Myers vs. Citibank NA
PA-Sarah L. Hinkle; J-John Yoder
* Plaintiff claims violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks up to $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-517

Casey E. Poffenberger and Armantha Hixson vs. Bank of America NA
PA-Sarah L. Hinkle; J-Christopher Wilkes
* Plaintiff claims violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks up to $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-518

Sandra L. Myers vs. Verizon Wireles (VAW) LLC c/o CT Corporation System
PA-Sarah L. Hinkle; J-John Yoder
* Plaintiff claims violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks up to $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-520

Sandra L. Myers vs. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. c/o LexisnexisDocument Solutions
PA-Sarah L. Hinkle; J-John Yoder
* Plaintiff claims violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. Plaintiff seeks up to $74,999.
Case number: 12-C-523

June 28
Mildred Virginia Locke vs. Brandon D. Smartwood and Carolyn Smartwood
PA-Pro Se; J-Gray Silver, III
* Plaintiff claims on July 9, 2010, defendant negligently caused a motor vehicle accident in which plaintiff suffered great pain and injury. Plaintiff seeks $1 million in compensatory damages.
Case number: 12-C-531

Justin C. Fraley vs. Bradley A. Brady and Progressive Max Insurance Corp.
PA-Ronald M. Harmon; J-Christopher Wilkes
* Plaintiff claims that on July 3, 2010, he was operating a Mo-ped in Berkeley County. Brady negligently casued collision. Insurance company denied liability coverage because the policy was canceled July 2 and accident was on July 3. Plaintiff seeks relief from Brady but also from insurance company which failed to provide plaintiff with adequate uninsured motorist coverage on his own policy. Plaintiff seeks up to $100,000 or $300,000 per accident that the company should have made available to him for purchase.
Case number: 12-C-532

July 3
Sarah Jane Nealis vs. The Martinsburg Mall and Mountain State University Inc.
PA-Eric S. Black; J-Gray Silver, III
* Plaintiff claims that on April 23, 2011, she stepped into a hole in the deteriorating sidewalk at the Martinsburg Mall used by the University and suffered a fall and injury. She claims negligence and seeks compensatory damages and any other fees to be determined at trial.
Case number: 12-C-537

David Pastors vs. Autozone Stores Inc. and Autozoners LLC
PA-Jeffrey Mehalic; J-John Yoder
* Plaintiff claims he worked as a manger at the Autozone where he hurt his back picking up an exhaust in August 2010. He filed a worker's compensation claim. He was off work due to the injury when officials at the company notified him that he would have to take a leave of absence per their internal policy. Plaintiff refused to do this as he was out of work due to the injury and had filed a claim in accordance to law. Plaintiff was subsequently terminated from his job for exceeding the internal leave of absence time limit. Plaintiff seeks judgment to adequately compensate for his financial losses, punitive damages and any other fees to be determined at trial.
Case number: 12-C-541

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