This Just In: Monongalia County

By Donna Kisner | Sep 7, 2007

Aug. 29
Laurel Aggregates Inc. vs. Ascon Materials Corporation
PA-Shannon P. Smith; J-Robert B. Stone
* Ascon Materials defaulted on materials and supplies that were sold by Laurel Aggregates. As of July 24, 2007. Ascon owed $15,412.31 for materials plus finance charges of $2,724.87 totaling $18,137.18. Laurel Aggregates is seeking judgment in that amount plus prejudgment finance charges, interest and costs.
Case number: 07-C-575

Wesbanco Bank Inc. v. J&P Enterprises and John and Paula Polosky
PA-Michael L. Solomon; J-Robert B. Stone
* Wesbanco loaned $105,000 to J&P Enterprises. John and Paula Polosky personally guaranteed the repayment of the loan. In August 2007, J&P Enterprises defaulted on the loan. The amount owing as of that date was $64,000.38. Wesbanco also loaned $10,000 to J&P Enterprises in December 2004. Once again the Polosky's personally guaranteed the loan. Wesbanco seeks judgment, jointly and severally, against the defendants in the amount of $64,000.38 plus interest, and judgment of $10,377.06 plus interest, jointly and severally, court costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 07-C-573

Allstate Insurance Company, as subrogee of Jonathan and Jennifer Logan v. Julie Helbus
PA-John R. Keating; J-Russell M. Clawges Jr.
* Allstate issued a policy for auto insurance to Jonathan and Jennifer Logan. In October 2006 while driving in the Mountaineer Mall Parking Lot, Jennifer Helbus failed to maintain control of her vehicle and collided with the vehicle driven by Jennifer Logan. As a result of the accident, Allstate paid Jennifer Logan $5,879.50 for damages she incurred to her vehicle. Since that time, Allstate has been unable to contact Jennifer Helbus for payment of the remaining balance of $5,879.50. Allstate is seeking judgment against Helbus for the balance owed, plus interest of 10 percent from November 2006.
Case number: 07-C-576

Aug. 31
Monongalia Lodge No 10, Independent Order of Odd Fellows v. Flipside Entertainment, LLC, Doreen E. Wilson, dba Flipside Entertainment and Richie Cormier
PA-Stephen G. Higgins; J-Robert B. Stone
* Monongalia Lodge No. 10 Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Flipside Entertainment entered into a lease agreement whereby Flipside Entertainment leased a store and storeroom located on Walnut Street in Morgantown. Flipside Entertainment agreed to pay $1200 per month from September 2006 to June 2011. Richie Cormier personally guaranteed that Flipside Entertainment LLC would comply with the terms of the lease. The lease agreement also contained a liquidated damages clause stating Flipside Entertainment LLC, Doreen C. Wilson and Richie Cormier would be responsible for payment of $43,200 in the event the defendants quit the premises. Monongalia Lodge No 10 Independent Order of Odd Fellows seeks judgment of $43,200 plus pre and post judgment interest, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 07-C-585

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