Feb. 12
Maria L. Howar v. James Bulman and Judy Bulman
PA-Michael Burke; J-Gina Groh
* Howar claims that on Aug. 2, 2006, while she was taking a morning walk she was attacked and bitten by the Bulmans' dog. She has incurred $3,000 in medical expenses and expects to incur more. Howar is seeking in an amount in excess of $50,000.
Case number: 07-C-52

Jerald M. Chaffee and Lauren E. Chaffee v. Amy Lynn Lytton aka April Dawn Lytton and Geico General Insurance Company
PA-Samuel Byrer; J-Gina Groh
* Jerald Chaffee alleges that on Feb. 14, 2005, a car, driven by Lytton, struck his car. Lytton provided a different name to the investigating officer. Jerald Chaffee has incurred $10,000 in medical expenses and expects to owe more than $20,000 in medical injuries. The Chaffees are seeking monies from Geico from their underinsured motorists coverage, of which he has an implied $100,000 coverage. The Chaffees are seeking declaratory judgment determining and disclosing their underinsured motorist coverage with Geico.
Case number: 07-C-54

Feb. 16
Mary E. Bussard v. Jennifer Siler
PA-Mark Jenkison; J-Gina Groh
* On March 9, 2005, Bussard claims Siler was behind the car that struck hers. She claims she has suffered, among other things, "loss of enjoyment of life." She has already incurred more than $5,000 in medical expenses and expects to incur more.
Case number: 07-C-56

Feb. 23
Jennifer Loudin v. DC Properties LLC, ERA-Liberty Realty, Bargain Pest Control LLC.
PA-Mark Cavendish; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr.
* Loudin has filed a verified complaint claiming that she purchased a home on June 29, 2005, from DC Properties an agent for ERA-Liberty. Before closing the septic was to have been inspected by Bargain Pest. The septic was reinspected on June 1, 2006, and Loudin was told it didn't meet the requirements after she was having problems in February. On June 4, 2006, the Health Department found the residence uninhabitable. Loudin is claiming fraud, civil conspiracy, breach of implied warranty of suitability purpose. She is
seeking monetary damages.
Case number: 07-C-60

March 1
Ray L. Hanna and Christina N. Hanna v. Clay B. Jenkins, ancillary administrator of the estate of Evan Jenkins, deceased
PA-pro se; J-Gina Groh
* In 1977, Hannas purchased as joint tenants with Jenkins 15 acres of real estate in Riverside Development. The Hannas entered into a loan agreement with Jenkins for $31,000 to buy out their portion of the land with the opportunity to repurchase it. Jenkins also wanted the couple to make mutual wills with him over the ownership of the land. The actual worth of the land would have been $275,000 in 1991. In 1996, the Hannas were prepared to repurchase the land, but at Jenkins' death in 2005 they never reached an agreement. The Hannas are seeking quantum meruit of $300,000 against Jenkins' estate. They seek unjust enrichment and are seeking $300, 000. They are seeking the land as well. The Hannas demand a jury trial.
Case number: 07-C-62

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