This just in: Berkeley County

by Beth Henry |
Feb. 17, 2006, 1:25am

Feb. 1
Shifler Electrical Associates Inc. vs. Alan Ruble
PA - B. Andrew Bright; J - Christopher Wilkes
* Shifler Electrical claims company employees installed heat pumps in three houses for Ruble's contracting business. However, the defendant has only paid $22,647 for the work and still owes at least $16,988 according to their agreement.
Case number: 06-C-63

Feb. 2
Winchester Medical Center Inc. vs. Robert Carter
PA - Daniel T. Booth; J - David H. Sanders
* The hospital claims Carter owes at least $24,837.70 for medical services provided to him.
Case number: 06-C-66

Feb. 2
Winchester Medical Center Inc. vs. James Dixon
PA - Daniel T. Booth; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The hospital claims Dixon owes at least $26,137.52 for medical services provided to him.
Case number: 06-C-67

Feb. 6
Mineral Fabrication & Machine Co. Inc. vs. Essroc Cement Corp.
PA - Chad B. Cissel; J - David H. Sanders
* Mineral Fabrication leaders claim they started repairing a drag conveyor at the Essroc factory in Martinsburg in April 2004. They completed the job but say the defendant only paid $15,544 and breached a contract. The plaintiff is seeking at least $35,685.25 from Essroc.
Case number: 06-C-74

Feb. 6
Westfield Insurance Co. vs. Jobeth Murphy
PA - Daniel T. Booth; J - David H. Sanders
* The insurance company, as subrogee of Anthony R. Moore, claims Murphy caused a vehicle accident Nov. 24, 2004, which resulted in $10,909.73 in damages. The suit also claims the defendant was not properly insured at the time of the accident, and the plaintiff is seeking the damage amount plus other relief.
Case number: 06-C-76

Feb. 10
Daniel P. Bonner and Vicki W. Bonner vs. McCleary & Earley Inc.
PA - Linda M. Gutsell; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The plaintiffs claim they entered into a contract with the defendant for the construction of a professional building, which would be used as a dental office and other commercial space. The Bonners say the defendant did not complete the job according to the contract, the building was unsatisfactory and the project remains unfinished. They also claim the company submitted false invoices and overbilled some of the work. The Bonners seek compensatory and punitive damages of more than $100,000, plus other relief.
Case number: 06-C-79




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