Marshall County CIVIL FILINGS:
03/25/2013 By Denise Simpson -Marshall Bureau

March 4
Lloyd P. Adams, II vs. Tina Little and Michael Midcap
PA- Gail W. Kahle; J- Hummel
* Defendant Little was negligent in her operation of a pickup truck which caused a collision on WV Rte. 2 on Aug. 4, 2011, the suit says. As a direct result of this collision, Plaintiff has sustained injuries to his body and incurred medical expenses, the suit says. The court is asked to award him entitled damages.
Case number: 13-C-40

March 6
Jared Novel vs. Rodney D. Jackson
PA- James G. Bordas, III; J- Karl
* On Mar. 27, 2011, Defendant lost control of his vehicle on Burch Ridge and drove into a building, injuring the plaintiff, who was a passenger in his vehicle, the suit says. Jackson was driving while under the influence of alcohol, the suit says. This negligence resulted in Novel suffering injuries to his ribs; including a loss of consciousness. Some of his injuries are believed permanent, the suit says. Compensatory, general, and punitive damages are sought.
Case number: 13-C-41

March 7
Michael L. and Amy Roupe vs. Blazers Auto Body & Towing, LLC
PA- Jeremy M. McGraw; J- Hummel
* On June 1, 2011, Michael Roupe was near the property owned by Defendant in his capacity as a Moundsville City employee. A dog owned by and maintained on Defendant's property allegedly attacked and bit Plaintiff. Plaintiff says he suffered injuries to his right leg and has incurred medical bills and lost wages. Defendant failed to exercise reasonable control over the dog, the suit says. Judgment against Blazers is demanded, allowing for punitive damages to deter similar conduct in the future.
Case number: 13-C-42

March 8
Timothy J. and Victoria Calissie vs. AB Resources, LLC and Chevron USA, Inc.
PA- James G. Bordas, Jr.; J- Karl
* Plaintiffs are the owners of tracts of land containing 58.923 acres in Union District. A right of way agreement was executed with the actual approved route to be agreed on by the parties, they say. Plaintiff experienced significant loss of land use on their property due to the inconsistent representations of Defendants, they say. A temporary injunction is sought enjoining Defendants from entering Plaintiffs’ property.
Case number: 13-C-43

March 15
David S. Lucas, Jr. vs. Discover Bank
PA- Thomas E. McIntire; J- Karl
* About Nov. 28, Plaintiff retained counsel to represent his interest in connection with the arrears in his consumer debt. He says Defendant continued to place numerous telephone calls to Plaintiff's residence after receipt of correspondence from Plaintiff's attorney. Repeated violations of Article 2 of the state Consumer Credit and Protection Act are claimed. Demand is made for these past and future alleged violations.
Case number: 13-C-47

Margaret Abrams vs. Comenity Bank
PA- Thomas E. McIntire; J- Hummel
* Plaintiff sent correspondence to Defendant advising she was represented by counsel with regard to a debt, the suit says. She says Defendant engaged in unreasonable conduct in collection efforts violating state Code. General and punitive damages are sought for these alleged violations.
Case number: 13-C-48

March 19
State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. as subrogee of George F. Weaver vs. Alissa Renee Gianangeli; Heather Gianangeli
PA- Andrew N. Frye, III; J- Karl
*On Jun. 23, 2011, in Glen Dale, Defendant Alissa Gianangeli allegedly caused property damage to George Weaver while operating a motor vehicle owned by Heather Gianangeli. Plaintiff compensated its insured for his loss, thereby becoming subrogated to his rights and claims of this action, it claims. Judgment is sought for $13,929.31.
Case number: 13-C-53

March 20
Atrondra R. Williams vs. Anthony Michael D'Angelo and Hunter Truck Sales & Service, Inc.
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Hummel
* Defendant Hunter entrusted D'Angelo to operate its cargo van on Aug. 12, 2011. He allegedly traveled left of center on WV Route 2, striking Plaintiff head on. As a result, Williams sustained damages, some of which are believed permanent, the suit says. Judgment is demanded to sufficiently compensate her damages.
Case number: 13-C-54

March 21
S. Roger Dobbs vs. Consolidated Coal Co., Hanna Coal Co., et al.
PA- Pro Se; J- Karl
* In the spring of 2011, Plaintiff says his house began to sink with cracks appearing in the basement. Dobbs says he purchased and paid premiums for mine subsidence. He reported his home was beginning to subside, yet, Nationwide denied coverage without an inspection, he says. As a direct result of Consol and Hanna, the surface above the mine has begun to subside, thereby directly causing damage to Plaintiff's residence, he says. Damages are sought for Defendant's alleged failure to stabilize the mine.
Case number: 13-C-55

March 25
Bayer Heritage Federal Credit Union vs. James R. and Karen R. Lyons
PA- Logan Hassig; J- Hummel
* The Lyons failed to remain current in their loan payments and a foreclosure action was commenced. The real estate collateral was sold by the Trustee, for $65,227.10, pursuant to a foreclosure sale. There remains an unpaid balance of $30,360.04, the suit says. This amount is demanded from Defendants.
Case number: 13-C-56

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