This Just In: Marshall County

by Brandon Smith |
Jun. 1, 2007, 2:05am

May 22
Lawrence W. Pyles vs. Thomas P. Gantzer
PA-Robert P. Fitzsimmons; J-Madden
* Pyles claims an auto accident was a direct result of negligence, carelessness, and recklessness on the part of Gantzer. Pyles subsequently sustained injuries and incurred medical expenses totaling $11,973.66 and lost wages totaling $247.20. He also claims he has lost the ability to earn money and enjoy a normal life due to the accident. He is seeking compensatory damages.
Case number: 07-C-109

Sherry Cowan vs. Carol J. Anderson
PA-David P. Robinson; J-Karl
* Cowan claims an auto accident was a direct result of negligence, carelessness, and recklessness on the part of Anderson. Cowan suffered injuries and incurred medical expenses due to the accident and is therefore seeking compensatory damages as well as other legal costs and fees.
Case number: 07-C-110

Charles Leach and Sharon Leach vs. Carol J. Anderson
PA-Jacob M. Robinson; J-Madden
* The Leaches claim an auto accident was a direct result of negligence, carelessness, and recklessness on the part of Anderson. The plaintiffs suffered injuries and incurred medical expenses due to the accident and therefore are seeking compensatory damages as well as other legal costs and fees.
Case number: 07-C-111

Lori Hogan fka Lori Melodia vs. Tracie McCoy and Erie Insurance Property and Casualty Company
PA-Ronald W. Zavolta; J-Karl
* Hogan claims an auto accident was a direct result of negligence, carelessness, and negligence on the part of McCoy, who was at the time driving for her employer Erie Insurance Property and Casualty Company where she worked as an agent. Hogan claims she suffered injuries and incurred medical expenses totaling $9,107.21 and is subsequently seeking compensatory damages plus interest as well as other relief.
Case number: 07-C-112

May 24
Charles Hammers vs. The City of Moundsville
PA-David P. Robinson; J-Karl
* Hammers says he slipped and fell on Jefferson Avenue in Moundsville when a city parking meter broke and fell onto him in May 2005. He suffered serious injuries as a result of the accident and incurred medical expenses. He also says Moundsville negligently failed to maintain the meter which resulted in the incident. He is seeking compensatory damages.
Case number: 07-C-114

J.S.K. Realty Company vs. Galileo Moundsville, LLC
PA-Christopher P. Riley; J-Madden
* J.S.K. says the defendant company misrepresented and mischaracterized the terms of a land lease between the two parties. J.S.K. is seeking to owe nothing on the lease and that it be declared free of any of the lease's obligations. It also is seeking other relief as well as legal costs and fees.
Case number: 07-C-115

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