Oct. 1
Margarita R. Luelsdorff vs. PNGI Charles Town Gaming Limited Liability Company
PA-Terrance L. Britt; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff claims on April 10, 2011, she fell as a result of an undetectable rise in flooring at the defendant property in Charles Town. She alleges negligence which caused personal injury and seeks an amount to compensate for her injuries as well as any other costs to be determined.
Case number: 12-C-387

Oct. 2
Bank of Charles Town vs. A Wise Solution LLC d/b/a Sears Hometown Store
PA-Stephen G. Skinner; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges defendant owes at least $35,414.50 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-393

Oct. 9
Pride Acquisition LLC vs. James E. Elseroad
PA-Clinton W. Smith; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges defendant owes at least $44,615.55 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-400

Winchester Medical Center vs. Arthur Hamilton
PA-Christopher J. McCarthy; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges defendant owes at least $21,376.95 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-401

Winchester Medical Center vs. James Ballenger
PA-Daniel T. Booth; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges defendant owes at least $49,694.02 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-402

Bakemark vs. Berzaci, Inc.
PA-Daniel T. Booth; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges defendant owes at least $28,359.07 for past due credit agreement.
Case number: 12-C-403

Clinton Blevins and Iris Delois Blevins vs. Flagstar Bank FSB, Monocacy Home Mortgage LLC, Dan Ryan Builders, Inc. and Jay Kimmel
PA-Andrew C. Skinner; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiffs allege that in January 2007, they purchased a home in the Summit Point area for $450,000. They allege that Dan Ryan affiliated companies gave “savings” which then were used in an exact equal amount for home upgrades. Platinffs allege incentives led to other problems and eventual economic downfall caused loss of job in the home. Plaitiffs allege Flagstar began foreclosure proceedings and would not work with them. The allege misrepresentation, dishonesty, violations of banking statute, fraud, violation of the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act and other charges. Plaintiff seeks damages for each alleged violation and any costs to be determined.
Case number: 12-C-404

Oct. 10
Grasso & Sons Development Corporation vs. New Vision Properties II, Inc. c/o Christopher Shultz and City of Charles Town c/o Joe Costentini
PA-James T. Kratovil; J-David Sanders
* Plaintiff alleges they owned real estate in the Windmill Crossing development which was sold to them by New Vision. They allege the City approved a plat with easements. Plaintiff seeks removal of all liens on the property as a result of the defendants recording of a plat.
Case number: 12-C-405

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