CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

Sept. 20 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Nationwide Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-287 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. American General Life and Accident Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-288 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Axa Equitable Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-289 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Prudential Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-290 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-291 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-292 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. New York Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-293 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Monumental Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-294 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-295 John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-NA * Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it. Case number: 12-C-296 Sept. 17 John Deere Construction & Forestry Company vs. Steorts Homebuilders LLC, Jason M. Steorts and George Steorts PA-Andrew S. Lerner; J-Stowers * John Deere says the defendants jointly and severally owe a total of $77,909.27 on two past due accounts. It seeks that amount plus pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-300 Sept. 26 Catlin Maxwell Davis vs. Abraham Francisco Likens, Skylink LTD., DirecTV LLC and DirecTV Customer Services Inc. PA-R. Chad Duffield, Robert D. Cline Jr., Robert A. Campbell and Jennifer L. Deitz; J-Leslie * Davis, who lives in Proctorville, Ohio, says he was driving his motorcycle on June 16, 2012, in Lawrence County, Ohio, when Likens, driving a van while working for Skylink and DirecTV, crossed the center line. Despite evasive actions, Davis still struck the van and was severely injured. Then, Davis alleges Likens fled the scene and hid from authorities. Davis seeks compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, physical limitations, diminished capacity to enjoy life, annoyance and inconvenience and other damages. He seeks compensatory and punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees, court costs and other relief. Case number: 12-C-301

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