State ex. rel Darrell v. McGraw, Jr. vs. Intersections Insurance Services, Inc., Center Partners, Inc., Sitel Corps, Sykes Enterprises, Inc. and Aegon Direct Marketing Services, Inc.; Aegon USA; Aegon Financial Services Group, Inc.; Transamerica Advisors Life Insurance Company; Transamerica Capital, Inc.; Transamerica; Stonebridge Life Insurance Company and Stonebridge Casualty Insurance Company
PA – Fran Hughes, Charli Fulton, Troy Giatras and W. Jesse Forbes; J – Nibert
*The plaintiff, the state attorney general, is suing the defendants for allegedly committing various violations of the state Consumer Credit and Protection Act committed between Jan. 1, 2001, to the present, including failing to register as a telemarketing business, clearly disclosing the product or service sold and refusing to award coverage to customers enrolled in payment protection plans. Along with court costs, interest and attorneys fee, he seeks civil penalties between $3,000 and $5,000 for each violation of the WVCCPA.
Case numbers: 12-C-122-126
Sgt. Robert E. Fruth II vs. Michael Roach, Sheriff and the Mason County Commission
PA – Michael Eachus; J – Evans
*The petitioner, a suspended Mason County Sheriff’s deputy, seeks either a writ of mandamus compelling Roach to follow the alleged decision of the county Deputy Sheriff’s Civil Service Commission to reinstate him with back pay or a writ of prohibition to deny Roach from offering any new evidence of his prior misconduct at a scheduled Oct. 16 hearing for re-consideration.
Case number: 12-C-128
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