This Just In: Monongalia County

by Donna Kisner |
May 18, 2007, 2:25am

May 9
Shenaee Dawn Masters v. James Edward Hurley, Jr. and Sandra G. Moore Dalton
PA-Sean J. Sawyer; J-n/a
* Plaintiff claims while operating vehicle at the Chaplain Hill Road and University Towne Center Drive, the defendant, driving a 1994 357 tri-axle dump truck, made contact with the left rear corner of the vehicle driven by Ms. Masters. She is seeking lost wages, doctor/hospital/medical bills that will exceed $5,000 and damages for pain, suffering and mental anguish. In addition, she also asks for payment of attorney fees.
Case number: 07-C-313

Kathy Clinton and Bruce Clinton v. Chick-Fil-A., Inc.
PA-Michael Solomon; J-n/a
* While exiting the establishment owned by the Defendant, Kathy Clinton slipped and fell when the defendant's store neglected to inform patrons that the floor was still wet after being mopped by an employee. As a result of the fall, she is seeking judgment against the defendant for personal injury, mental anguish, pain and suffering and lost wages. Plaintiff's husband also seeks judgment from defendant for loss of care, comfort and consortium of Kathy Clinton.
Case number: 07-C-315

Sandy L. Gray v. Back Bay, Inc., Kenneth Shipley, Individually and as Owner and President of Back Bay, Inc., and Holly Shipley, Individually and as Owner of Back Bay, Inc.
PA-Kelly R. Reed; J-n/a
* During the course of her employment with the defendant's establishment, Plaintiff became pregnant with twins. She advised defendants that her physician advised her that the pregnancy was high risk and she would need to be on medical leave for some six weeks, and would return after delivery of the twins. She was advised that her position would be held for her. Defendants took the position that pl's position could not be held and notified Blue Cross/Blue Shield that her last day of employment was October 13, 2005. On a date set by the parties to meet and discuss the situation, plaintiff went into pre-term labor. Upon plaintiff's release from the hospital, she saw her position advertised in the local newspaper. She claims defendants acted discriminately toward her on the basis of her pregnancy which is in violation on the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Plaintiff seeks undetermined damages and injuries.
Case number: 07-C-316

May 14
Joan Wilder v. Boxley Aggregates of West Virginia, LLC, Boxley JV Co.; Boxley Materials Co., and Mt. State Bit Service, Inc.
PA-Marvin W. Masters; J-n/a
* Plaintiff claims that Mt. State Bit Service, Inc., performed blasting services for Boxley defendants at a quarry in Pocahontas County. As a result, Wilder contends her property was damaged. She claims defendants caused diminishment and loss of property's water reservoir; cracking and moving of sidewalks and porches and water erosion and intrusion. Wilder seeks compensatory damages for costs and expenses of repairs and attorney fees.
Case number: 07-C-320

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