This just in: Putnam County

By Chris Dickerson | May 26, 2006

May 10
Clarence E. Snyder vs. Board of Education Putnam County, Putnam County Commission and Putnam County Clerk
PA-R. Stephen Jarrell; J-Eagloski
* Snyder claims he injured himself after voting at Teays Valley Elementary on May 11, 2004, on a concrete landing pad and steps that were in disrepair.
Case number: 06-C-145

Danville Ready-Mix Inc. vs. Mason Mining LLC
PA-Mary K. Prim; J-Spaulding
* Danville, based in Hurricane, claims Mason Mining, based in Kentucky, owes at least $5,180.14 plus interest. The company seeks that amount, interest, collection costs, attorney fees and other relief.
Case number: 06-C-146

May 17
Kelly M. Luikart vs. City of Hurricane
PA-Frank Armada; J-Eagloski
* Luikart says she was wrongfully fired from her job as a secretary/court clerk with the city. She seeks damages of lost income ($11,200) and of emotional distress. She also claims the grounds for her firing were fraudulent and done only after her father was fired as police chief. She also seeks punitive damages.
Case number: 06-C-159

May 18
Verizon West Virginia Inc. vs. Cummings Collection Service Inc.
PA-Joe Starsick and Diana Leigh Johnson
* Verizon claims Cummings, a trash collection service, damaged telephone cables along Heizer Creek Road on May 20, 2004. Verizon seeks compensatory damages of $9,996.94 plus attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-161

May 17
Dixie Martin vs. Teays Valley Health Services LLC dba Putnam General Hospital and Ken Waldenville
PA-Frank Armada; J-Eagloski
* Martin claims she was wrongfully fired by Putnam General based on her age, a violation of the West Virginia Human Rights Act. She seeks damages for lost wages and benefits as well as emotional distress. She seeks compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 06-C-163

May 19
R. Richard Duttine II and Tammy Ours Duttine vs. Putnam County Commission and South Putnam Public Service District
PA-David Hill; J-Spaudling
* The Duttines say that on May 25, 2004, raw sewage backed into their basement, causing $8,000 in damages. The seek a judgment of $30,000 plus interest and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-165

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