This Just In: Marshall County

By Brandon Smith | Jun 30, 2006

June 13

June 13
Helen L. Doman vs. Mountain Energy, Ltd. and Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company
PA-Frederick E. Gardner; J-Karl
* Doman is demanding that the defendants abandon the use of all oil and gas wells on a specific piece of leased property owned by Doman.
Case number: 06-C-136

Wayne A. Lemasters and Mary Joan Lemasters vs. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
PA-James G. Bordas III; J-Madden
* The Lemasters were involved in an auto accident and claim that Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company owes them $25,000 in compensation for medical expenses incurred due to accident related injuries as well as for property damage costs. They are seeking that amount plus other costs and fees.
Case number: 06-C-137

June 14
Gloria Jean McPeak vs. Paul K. Napier II
PA-Patrick S. Cassidy; J-Karl
* McPeak claims Napier failed to yield the right of way when operating his vehicle causing an auto accident resulting in property damage, severe bodily injuries to McPeak, and the overall loss of ability of McPeak to enjoy life. She is seeking compensatory damages to cover medical expenses incurred as well as other damages.
Case number: 06-C-138

John Bungard and Judith Bungard vs. Consolidation Coal Company d/b/a Shoemaker Mine
PA-Eric M. Gordon; J-Madden
* The Bungards claim Consolidation Coal Company's use of long wall mining has caused damages to their property, diminished its value, caused the loss of the ability to use their land, and has resulted in annoyances and inconveniences. They are seeking compensatory damages.
Case number: 06-C-139

June 19
Belmont Petroleum Corporation vs. Ohio Power Company and Wheeling Power Company
PA-Ronald M. Musser; J-Karl
* Belmont Petroleum Corporation is seeking payment in accordance with a contract with the defendants in the amount of $12,039.99 plus interest and other costs.
Case number: 06-C-142

Jodie Lynne Young f/k/a Jodie Lynne Blatt vs. Charles Wylie, D.D.S. d/b/a Wylie Eye and Dental
PA-Robert G. McCoid; J-Madden
* Young claims she terminated her employment with the DMV to work for Wylie after he said he would hire her and give her a raise and bonus after 90 days. After she began work for Wylie, he terminated her employment and she did not receive the raise or the bonus. She alleges a breach of oral contract and is seeking compensation for lost wages as well as other damages, costs, and fees.
Case number: 06-C-143

June 21
Connie T. Anderson vs. Blazers Auto Body and Towing LLC and Paul R. Blazer
PA-Thomas E. White; J-Madden
* A car being towed by Blazers Auto Body and Towing came loose from its transporting vehicle and struck Anderson's car while she was driving on the road. The accident caused property damage as well as injuries to Anderson resulting in medical expenses. She is seeking compensatory damages for the property damage as well as for the medical costs incurred. She is also seeking other damages, costs, and fees.
Case number: 06-C-145

Betty Jeann Gump as Administratrix of the Estate of Beulah Jean McCracken vs. Cameron Nursing and Rehabilitation Center LLC
PA-na; J-Karl
* Gump claims that Cameron Nursing and Rehabilitation Center failed to adequately care for McCracken. Gump has incurred the loss of companionship with McCracken as well as medical treatment expenses and eventually funeral costs after McCracken's death. She is seeking compensatory damages as well as other damages, costs, and fees.
Case number: 06-C-146

June 22
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company vs. Tammy White
PA-Daniel T. Booth; J-Madden
* Nationwide claims White left the stove on in her rented home causing a grease fire resulting in $4,595.22 in property damage. Nationwide seeks that amount plus 10 percent interest to compensate the owner of the home.
Case number: 06-C-147

June 23
Southmark Forest Products vs. Eajco Inc. and Blattner Truss Inc.
PA-W. Gus Saines; J-Karl
* Southmark Forest Products alleges a breach of contract and claims that the defendants owe them $18,253.06.
Case number: 06-C-148

June 26
Edwin McGlumphy and Vernelle McGlumphy vs. Consolidated Coal Company d/b/a Shoemaker Coal Mine
PA-Eric M. Gordon; J-Madden
* The McGlumphys claim Consolidated's use of long wall mining has caused damages to their property, diminished its value, caused the loss of the ability to use their land, and has resulted in annoyances and inconveniences.
Case number: 06-C-149

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