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This just in: Monongalia County

By Timothy Kryaninko | Dec 29, 2006

Dec. 18
Nancy L Harvey as Administrator of the Estate of Decedent, Brandon Harvey, for his heirs v. Tyref Byson McNeal (aka Beans), Kenneth Lee Burns, Walter Duane White, and Nathan John Philmore
J-Stone; PA-John B Brooks
* Nancy Harvey claims the defendants sold illegal and or narcotic drugs to Brandon Harvey, an overdose of which resulted in his death. Nancy claims the purity of the drug, which was believed to be heroin, was greater than usual, and therefore posed a much greater threat to Brandon Harvey's health. Nancy Harvey and Brandon Harvey's heirs have suffered mental anguish, loss of income, expenses for Brandon Harvey's care and treatment, and funeral expenses. They are seeking judgment against the defendants for the benefit of his heirs.
Case number: 06-C-821

Bryan Paul Lucas v. Alberta Newcome
J-Clawges; PA-Edmund J Rollo
* Lucas claims Newcome operated her vehicle negligently and unlawfully, thereby striking his automobile. Lucas has suffered physical injuries and pain, mental anguish, and medical expenses. He is seeking compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, permanent injury, lost wages and lost earning capacity, etc, as well as interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-822

Dec. 19
State Farm Insurance Co. c/o Michael R. Cline Law Offices v. Carl L. Richmond, Jr.
J-Stone; PA-Michael R. Cline
* State Farm claims Richmond negligently and unlawfully operated his vehicle while under the influence, striking the vehicle of State Farm's insured, causing $27,959.37 in property damages and bodily injuries. State Farm is seeking to recover this sum from the defendant.
Case number: 06-C-823

Dec. 21
Wesley Nathan Wolfe and Gena M Wolfe v. Ford Motor Company and Superior Ford Lincoln Mercury of Morgantown
J-Clawges; PA-Peter D. Dinardi
* The plaintiffs claim the defendants sold them a new Ford truck for work use, along with an Extended Service warranty for $37,280.30. The truck has required repairs on numerous occasions, spending 67 days between purchase and the last service in the dealer's repair facilities. The plaintiffs have lost at least $5,000 through an inability to operate their landscaping business. They claim the vehicle was inherently flawed and irreparable, and should have never been sold. They are seeking a refund of the purchase price, damages for loss of use, annoyance and inconvenience, $50,000 in punitive damages, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-833

Dec. 27
Charles K Haller v. David W Goldsborough
J-N/A; Alex J Shook
* Haller claims Goldsborough, by failing to yield a green light, caused a collision with Haller's vehicle. Haller has suffered medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, lost wages and lost earning capacity. He is seeking full and fair compensation for injuries and damages, as well as interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 06-C-839

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