Equipment supplier claims client defaulted

By Carol Ostrow | Apr 22, 2015

WINFIELD — A Putnam County equipment firm is suing one of its customers for alleged breach of a 2013 agreement.


WINFIELD — A Putnam County equipment firm is suing one of its customers for alleged breach of a 2013 agreement.

Jefferds Corp., headquartered in St. Albans with additional locations in Parkersburg and Stonewood, brought litigation against MCP Enterprises LLC of Hurricane last month in Putnam Circuit Court, claiming non-payment for services rendered in 2013.

According to court documents, Jefferds provided heavy equipment rental and/or repair services to the defendant between May and July of 2013. The plaintiff has provided documentation of transactions, including a rental invoice and service invoices.

The complainant alleges that MCP has failed to pay for the services provided and contends that the defendant owes $6,375.27 plus $892.50 in interest from July 2012 through January 2015. Goods were shipped and services were rendered to the defendant as agreed, but no payment was ever received, according to the filing.

Alleging breach of contract, the plaintiff seeks a total reimbursement of $7,267.77, plus accumulating pre-judgment interest, statutory post-judgment interest, attorneys’ fees and costs.

The company is represented by Ryan Marsteller of Bailes, Craig and Yon in Huntington. The case has been assigned to Judge Joseph K. Reeder.

Putnam Circuit Court case no. 15-C-67

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