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By The West Virginia Record | May 26, 2006

May 2
William Russell Baker Jr. and. Shirley Baker vs. Barry Mason Bryan
PA- Joseph B. Cordell; J-Thomas Steptoe
* As a result of a May 5, 2004, automobile accident, the Bakers claim Bryan was negligent and caused theaccident. The Bakers incurred more than $13,000 in medical expenses and are seeking more than $50,000 in compensatory damages and $50,000 in punitive damages.
Case number: 06-C-154

May 8
Duron Inc. vs. Raymond Stillions of Ray's Decorating
PA- Daniel T. Booth; J- Thomas Steptoe
* Duron Inc. claims Stillions breached the terms of a promissory note and owes $8,160.89 plus interest of $3,191.43, totaling $11,352.32, from a Jan. 6, 2004, agreement.
Case number: 06-C-157

May 15
Winchester Medical Center vs. John Steele
PA- Stephanie Stark Poling; J- Thomas Steptoe
* The hospital claims Steele owes $38,511.65, plus interest, for medical expenses provided to him in 2005.
Case number: 06-C-166

Donald J. Orser vs. Citibank South Dakota, N.A.
PA- pro se; J- Thomas Steptoe
* Orser is seeking compensatory damages, plus interest since November 2005 from a payment of $17,217 paid to Citibank. The interest is incurred from debt that was allegedly over paid.
Case number: 06-C-167

Winchester Medical Center vs. Elmer Penner
PA- Stephanie Stark Poling; J- Thomas Steptoe
* The hospital claims Penner owes medical expenses of $10,748.17, plus $4,178.39 in interest, totalling $14, 926.56, from a May 13, 2001, visit.
Case number: 06-C-169

Bank of America vs. Tracey L. Cenate
PA- Paul S. Atkins; J- Thomas Steptoe
* Bank of America claims Cenate owes $13,155.51, from a past due account.
Case number: 06-C-170

May 16
Andrew Baker and Donald Becker vs. Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp.,
Premier Properties LLC; Steven Dubrueler, Brett Haynes, James B. Miller, d/b/a
PA- Patrick Cassidy and Wray V. Voegelin; J- James Matish, Harrison County Circuit Court
* The Beckers claim they entered into agreement with Premier Properties, in association with Coldwell Banker, as independent contractors and would receive commission for properties sold. The Bakers claim that the defendants failed to pay what they felt they were owed on a property they allegedly sold. The Beckers claim breach of contract, claim interference with business relations and also claimed the defendants committed "conspiracy to defraud the plaintiff." The Beckers request compensatory and punitive damages "in amounts in excess of this court's jurisdictional minimum."
Case number: 06-C-171

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