Green Tree Servicing vs. Robert Cunningham, Charles Lovejoy and Isaac Woods
PA-R: Timothy J. Amos; J-Spaulding
* The Defendants own a mobile home, which they offered for collateral on a promissory note in the amount of $23,832.50. The Defendants defaulted on the note, and Green Tree tried to repossess the mobile home. The Defendants refused to consent to this, and GTS did not wish to breach the peace when they came to repossess the mobile home. The Plaintiff asks the Court to grant them possession of the mobile home, award them all reasonable costs associated with the repossession, storage, and transportation of the mobile home, as well as the costs associated with the prosecution. Green Tree also asks the Court to order the Defendants to remove all personal property with a reasonable number of days, not require a bond of the Plaintiff, issue a title to the purchaser of the mobile home, and to enter judgment against the Defendants for all such amounts with are not recouped from the proceeds of the sale.
Case number: 07-C-163
Misty Smith vs. Mick Clark, Mark Robinson and M&M Inflatable Inc.
PA-R:James R. Fox; J-Spaulding
* On June 12, 2005, M&M Inflatable rented an inflatable slide to Smith for her son's birthday party at Valley Park in Hurricane. Smith claims that due to the Defendants' negligence in setting up the inflatable slide, she was permanently injured, severely fracturing her right arm, which required surgery and the placement of a metal screw and plates in her arm. Smith endured pain and suffering, incurred expenses and lost wages, suffered humiliation and embarrassment and has been unable to enjoy life since. Smith demands judgment against the Defendants, jointly and severally in such sums as will fairly and fully compensate her for the damages sustained herein, together with pre-and post-judgment interest, costs of the proceeding, and attorneys fees incurred in pursuing this action.
Case number: 07-C-164