Anthony Domenick vs. the City of Wheeling
J- Recht; PA-Paul J. Harris, Esq.
* According to city ordinance, political signs are not to be displayed until thirty days prior to the election. Domenick says city laws regarding the placement of political signs is unconstitutional. He seeks a declaration of the city's violation of the First Amendment, attorney fees and costs.
Case number: 06-C-364
Linda Forrester vs. Wheeling Island Gaming and Ken Juneau
J- Recht; PA-Nicholas Warsinsky
* An employee of Wheeling Island Gaming for 24 years until her discharge, Forrester took time off when her home was damaged in a 2004 flood. Also, prior to discharge, Forrester was requested by Juneau to work in an area in which she had not previously worked and misappropriated $2.25. Forrester claims this error, in addition to her vacation days, are the cause of her retaliatory discharge. She seeks compensatory damages, interest, attorney fees and costs.
Case number 06-C-365
Guardian Elder Care, dba Peterson Rehabilitation Center vs. Betty Dujardin
J- Gaughan; PA- Darla Mushet
* PRC says Dujardin, a resident of Peterson Rehab, has not received payment from her. PRC says she owes $23,119.62. It seeks that amount, attorney fees and costs.
Case number: 06-C-366
Frankin Cornette vs. Mike Winesburg
J- Gaughan; PA- pro se
* Cornette signed a contract with Winesburg for the installation of a door, rebuilding, and reframing at Winesburg's home. Cornette has a Mechanic's Lien, which states the work must be completed within one hundred days. Cornette maintains it was completed between February 24 and April 10, fulfilling the lien. Cornette seeks enforcement of the lien and asks that the Ohio County Sheriff seize and sell Winesburg's property until the lien is fulfilled.
Case number: 06-C-368