CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

June 29 Thomas and Barbara Sutherland vs. AB Contracting LLC and Garry Callihan dba Callihan Heating and Plumbing Inc. PA-Josef A. Horter; J-Stowers * Plaintiffs allege the defendant companies are responsible for damages sustained July 2, 2010, when water began running down the walls of their home's entryway and dining room because the emergency or secondary drain line from the home's air conditioning unit failed to work properly. AB Contracting built the home, and Callihan was a subcontractor. They seek joint and several compensatory damages for the cost of repair and cleanup in the amount of $42,048.66 plus court costs and pre-judgment interest. Case number: 12-C-207 Donald Crouch vs. Wells Fargo Bank dba Wells Fargo Home Mortgage PA-Bren J. Pomponio and Daniel F. Hedges; J-Stowers * Crouch files suit for breach of a settlement agreement. He says he and Wells Fargo settled a previous lawsuit regarding predatory lending practices in January 2011, but he alleges Wells Fargo refuses to honor the agreement. He says the bank hasn't produced settlement funds of $20,000 to him or $7,500 to counsel. He seeks actual damages, interest accruing from Jan. 25, 2011, and other relief. Case number: 12-C-210 July 6 State Electric Supply Company vs. Trinity Coal Corporation dba Essar Minerals Americas PA-Ryan S. Marsteller; J-Stowers * Plaintiff sold and delivered goods to defendant from November 2011 to March 2012. State Electric says Trinity owes $51,843.98. It seeks that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-215 Fairmont Supply Company vs. Frasure Creek Mining LLC dba Trinity Coal Company PA-Ryan S. Marsteller; J-Leslie * Plaintiff sold and delivered goods to defendant from February 2011 to March 2012. Fairmont Supply says Trinity owes $481,941.79. It seeks that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-216 July 9 Goldfarb Electric Supply Company Inc. vs. C&C Electrical Solutions LLC PA-Ryan S. Marsteller; J-Stowers * Plaintiff sold and delivered goods to defendant from August 2011 to October 2011. Goldfarb says C&C owes $7,998.80 in principal plus $640.69 in interest and credit for payment of $2,000 for a total of $6,639.49. It seeks that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-219 July 10 High Line Services LLC vs. Trinity Coal Corporation dba Essar Minerals Americas PA-Ryan S. Marsteller; J-Leslie * Plaintiff sold and delivered goods to defendant from October 2011 to February 2012. High Line says Trinity owes $396,464.73 in principal plus interest of $9,684.53 for a total of $406,149.26. It seeks that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-220 July 11 State Farm Fire and Casualty Company vs. Jacuzzi Brands Inc. dba Jacuzzi Whirlpool Bath, Cummings Builders; and Lewis Plumbing LLC aka Lewis & Sons Plumbing PA-Christopher P. Deegan; J-Stowers * On July 19, 2010, State Farm customer Danny Cossin's Jacuzzi Espree bathtub located in his upstairs bathroom of his home in Red House failed, discharging water that damaged the home and its contents. Cummings Builders and Lewis Plumbing were contracted to install the Jacuzzi. State Farm paid $5,891.81 to Cossin for damages, and it seeks that amount jointly and severally from the defendants. It also seeks interest and costs. Case number: 12-C-221 Michael E. Chapman vs. Kanawha Stone Company Inc. PA-J. Michael Ranson; J-Stowers * The plaintiff says he was employed as a custodian by Office & Commercial Cleaning to clean Kanawha Stone's property at the Rock Branch Industrial Park for several years. On Nov. 7, 2011, he says he was falsely accused of stealing a laptop computer, and Kanawha Stone claimed to have video of him stealing it. He denied the theft and asked to see the video, but he says Kanawha Stone refused to show the video to him. He says the defendant also was successful in having him terminated. He claims tortious interference with employment as well as libel and slander. He seeks back pay and lost employment benefits as well as reinstatement to former employment or front pay in lieu of reinstatement; compensatory damages for embarrassment, emotional distress and mental anguish; punitive damages for intentional and willful violation, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-222

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