June 27
Michael S. and Mary V. McAllister individually and as parents of Patrick B., Maura R., and Abaigeal M. McAllister v. Randell Moore
J-N/A; PA-Kathleen S. McAllister
* Mary McAllister claims Moore recklessly rear ended her vehicle at high speed, causing her and her children various injuries. She is seeking compensation in excess of $25,000 and any additional relief deemed appropriate by the court.
Case number: 06-C-426

June 29
Rebecca Elizabeth Dempsey v. William Michael Niland, Jr.
J-N/A; PA-John C. Scotchel, Jr.
* Dempsey claims Niland operated his motor vehicle, while intoxicated, in such a way to collide with her vehicle and cause her various serious injuries. She is seeking compensation in the sum of no less than $50,000 as well as punitive damages in the amount of no less than 10 times the amount awarded for general and specific damages and interest.
Case number: 06-C-427

June 30
West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. v. Alice Streets
J-N/A; PA-Jeffery D. Taylor
* WVU Hospitals claims Streets owes $28,284.04 for extensive professional medical treatment. It is seeking this amount plus post-judgment interest, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 06-C-433

July 3
American General Life and Accident Insurance Company V. Donald L. Friend, individually and as executor of the estate of Beatrice J. Watkins; Shirley Ann Wright; Franklin W. Bell; and Community Response Foundation, Inc.
J-N/A; PA-Larry W. Blalock
*AGLA claims that since it cannot determine which defendant is entitled to the proceeds of Ms. Watkins' life insurance policy, their only course of action is this suit, in hopes of avoiding multiple liabilities. AGLA seeks that the court order that the defendants join together and settle their claims to the proceeds. They also wish to deposit the proceeds minus attorney's fees to the court and to be discharged of all future liability in connection with the proceeds.
Case number: 06-C-434

Gary and Peggy McPherson v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company
J-N/A; PA-John D. Wooton
*The McPhersons claim State Farm failed to repair water damage to their home that is covered under their current insurance policy. They are seeking $75,000 in compensatory damages, $500,000 for the intentional violation of West Virginia Code and unfair claim settlements and unlawful acts, as well as all attorney's fees and costs.
Case number: 06-C-436

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