Raymond A. Bannan, M.D., LLC vs. Quality Optical LLC and Tammy Dougherty
PA-W. Gus Saines; J-Recht
* Bannan claims he allowed Dougherty and Quality Optical to purchase items using several bank and credit cards. After each sale, he was sent a bill. He eventually was sent a series of bills totaling $58,653.84 for which Quality Optical failed to compensate him. Bannan claims he has incurred damages in the amount of $47,153.84 and is seeking that amount for compensatory damages.
Case number: 06-C-274
Kay Fields vs. Michael C. Munson, JoAnn Danehart, and Glen B. Gainer III, Auditor of the State of West Virginia, et al.
PA-Thomas E. McIntire; J-Gaughan
* Fields is seeking the possession of the deed of a property the defendant unlawfully claimed. She claims that the court will find she is the lawful owner of the property and it was taken under faulty allegations. She is also seeking compensatory and punitive damages as well as attorney fees and other costs and expenses.
Case number: 06-C-275
Robert H. McWilliams Jr., Beth J. McWilliams and United Bank, Inc. vs. Heek Down LLC
PA-John Preston Bailey; J-Gaughan
* The plaintiffs seeking an injunction enjoining and prohibiting the use of a driveway on a specified piece of property for any commercial purpose. They also are seeking other relief, attorney fees, and other costs and expenses.
Case number: 06-C-278
Shannon Kuchinski vs. Matthew J. McGovern and Michael J. McGovern
PA-Bradley H. Thompson; J-Wilson
* Kuchinski claims the defendants made false and deceitful statements about a piece of defective property. They allege misrepresentation of real property to purchaser, breach of implied warranty of habitability, breach of the West Virginia Consumer Protection Act, negligence, negligent/intentional infliction of emotional distress, civil conspiracy, and rescission. Kuchinski is demanding compensatory and punitive damages as well as attorney fees and other costs and expenses.
Case number: 06-C-279
Robert B. Zaleski and Marie/Christine Zaleski vs. William F. Eberhart III
PA-James F. Companion; J-Mazzone
* The Zaleskis claim they paid $4,100 to purchase building supplies for Eberhart. Soon after, the defendant began positioning bricks and mortar and then suddenly abandoned the job leaving it unfinished. They say the defendant never returned, and the Zaleskis were forced to pay an additional $1,806.56 for the supplies. They claim breach of contract, negligence, fraud, and a violation of the West Virginia Legislative Rules and the West Virginia Consumer Protection Act. They are seeking compensatory damages, attorney fees and other costs and expenses.
Case number: 06-C-280