Classic Lighting LP v. R.J. Brown & Sons Electric Inc., Brackenridge Construction Co. Inc. and WVA 340 LLC d/b/a Jefferson Crossing LLC and WVA 340 Limited Partnership, Giant Food Stores LLC, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
PA-Christopher Luttrell; J-Gina Groh
* WVA 340 entered into a lease with Giant Foods to construct a Martin's Grocery Store in Charles Town. Giant Foods hired R.J. Brown as a subcontractor. In the summer of 2007, Classic Lighting entered into contract with R.J. Brown to provide electric supplies for the project. On July 24, 2007, delivered the supplies, which totaled $218,905.15. To date, Classic Lighting has not been paid. Classic Lighting claims breach of contract against R.J. Brown; enforcement of mechanic's lien and quantum meruit. The business is seeking compensatory damages of no less than $218,905.15 as well as pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 08-C-81
Noland Company v. Giant Food Stores, LLC; WV 340 LLC d/b/a Jefferson
Crossing LLC; WV340 Limited Partnership; Brackenridge Construction Inc. and John Doe 1, John Doe 2 and John Doe 3, unidentified individuals and entities
PA-Ryan Marsteller; J-Gina Groh
* Giant Foods was to erect a Martin's Food Store in Charles Town, hiring Brackenridge as a general contractor. Brackenridge subcontracted to R.J. Browns and Sons Electric. Noland Company entered a contract with R.J. Brown to furnish various supplies and materials in an open account basis for the project. R.J. Brown has failed and refused to pay for materials and supplies furnished by Noland for the Martin's Food Store project. Noland is seeking $18,352.69, as well as seeking enforcement of mechanic's lien and claiming unjust enrichment.
Case number: 08-C-84
Chase Bank v. Steven Blevins
PA-Andrew Lerner; J-Gina Groh
* Chase is seeking to collect a debt of $32,728.54 from Blevins.
Case number: 08-C-85
Brandon Gregory v. Summit Point Raceway Associates Inc., William H. Scott, president and individually Clyde Phillips, as an agent and individually
PA-David Hammer; J-Gina Groh
* Gregory was employed by Summit Point Raceway. On Feb. 27, 2007, Scott established a wood processing facility on the grounds of the raceway for the purpose of manufacturing wood flooring. Scott purchased a planer from the 1940s that had a broken emergency stop. Gregory claims he was not trained nor was the planer safe. During work, Gregory's work glove became caught in the planer resulting in four fingers being ground off. He claims to have suffered considerable pain, disability, loss of earnings potential, loss of enjoyment of life and emotional distress.
Case number: 08-C-86