Iaa Mae Louk vs. The Kroger Co., Marianna Zamias & Benwood Zamias, Limited Partnership
* Louk claims Kroger failed to implement proper safety protocol in the parking lot which caused her personal injury. She sues jointly and severally as compensatory damages, interest and costs.
Case number: 07-C-192
Reynolds Memorial Hospital vs. Diana L. Bubnich
* Reynold's claims Bubnich owes $46,544.1 for services provided between December 2002 and April 2007. Immediately vacate the property and remove all of their personal possessions.
Case number: 07-C-195
Melissa Cain vs. CVS Pharmacy, Inc., CVS of West Virginia, Inc., Hook-Superx, Gary Swart, an individual, and William Young, an individual
* Cain worked at CVS from 1991 until her discharge in September 2005. She claims she had a right to receive a refund on a product from her Supervisor. She claims her termination was a Retaliatory Discharge, violates WV Pubic Policy to which she claims emotional distress, annoyance and humiliation to which she seeks compensatory damages. In addition, she claims actions of Gender plus Pregnancy Discrimination against Swart and Young.
Case number: 07-C-203
Brenda Gayvont, on behalf of herself and all others similarly situated vs. Davol, Inc and C.R. Bard, Inc.
* This action seeks medical monitoring program, screening, research and education for sale and distribution of composix Kugel Mesh Patch surgically implanted into the body of Gayvont and class members, claiming the patch presents, and will continue to present a substantial risk of injury or death.
Case number: 07-C-206
Melissa McKinney and James McKinney vs. Gregory J. Cassis, Murphy's Grocery, Inc.
* Melissa McKinney claims an exposed electrical cord caused her to fall in August of 2005. She seeks compensatory and punitive damage with fees and costs.
Case number: 07-C-207
Doris B. Parker and Samuel R. Parker, her husband vs. The City of Moundsville
* Doris Parker claims she suffered a broken shoulder upon tripping in a pothole. She claims direct and proximate suffering to the marital relationship. Judgment in excess of $25,000 is sought.
Case number: 07-C-209
Paul Bradley Hess vs. ERGON – West Virginia, Inc. a corporation, Neil Stanton and Olin Haskin, Individuals
* In 2005 Ergon approved a leave of absence when Hess was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In 2007 the Company posted the results of a safety test in an effort to advise employees that toxic substances were marked incorrectly with ID# C6H6 as "propane." In fact C6H6 is a known benzene carcinogen. Ergon advised Hess his actions in correcting the misrepresentation warranted termination. He seeks compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 07-C-211
Heather Gianangeli vs. Bobbie Renzella
* Direct and proximate result of Renzella's failure to properly maintain and control her dog, plaintiff seeks an order authorizing a local animal humane officer to cause the dog to be killed and medical expenses.
Case number: 07-C-213