Mike Adkins vs. Vickie Hall, estate of Michael D. Hall
PA-Arden J. Cogar Jr.; J-Hoke
* Staci Adkins, 15, of West Hamlin seeks approval of a $150,000 settlement with two insurance companies for serious injuries resulting from a head-on auto collision in May 2006 on W.Va. 3 near Danville in Boone County. Mike Adkins, Staci's father, details more than $196,000 in medical expenses, acting on behalf of his daughter.
Case number: 08-C-75
Juanita Bragg vs. Nelwyn Adkins, Gary Adkins and Lyle Adkins
PA-W. Dale Greene; J-Hoke
* Plaintiff seeks court approval for use of a right-of-way through bottom land on the Adkins property when high water of Big Creek hinders normal passage. Braggs claims use of this right-of-way for eight years before "defendants, or one or more of them, became angry over his or their perception of the amount of FEMA money obtained by plaintiff for certain flood damage ..."
Case number: 08-C-77
Danny Charles Adkins vs. Kenneth Ray Adkins
PA-pro se; J-Hoke
Petitioner claims he has asked K.R. Adkins to remove "a trailer and all things belonging to him" based on the "wrongful occupation of residential rental property." The case was removed from Magistrate Court when K.R. Adkins claimed he is an heir to the property on Ten Mile Road in Ranger.
Case number: 08-C-78
Howard C. "Bill" Adkins, Brandon Johnson, Gary L. Adkins and Donald R. Johnson vs. Rodney Donahue and Kenneth Donahue
PA-Boyce Jarrett; J-Hoke
* Plaintiffs seek a total of $25,000 with 10 percent interest on real estate to be sold at public auction. Defendants are officers and shareholders of Bill Adkins Inc., a Florida corporation doing business as "Dee an Lee Well Drilling."
Case number: 08-C-81
Scott Hudson and Laurie Ann Hudson vs. William J. Lester Jr.
PA-Francis M. Curnutte III; J-Hoke
* The Hudsons seek compensatory damages for a March 2007 auto accident on W.Va. 214 in Lincoln County.
Case number: 08-C-84
Don K. Davis and Johnnalyn M. Davis vs. United Teacher Associates Insurance Company, Dale Myers and Sandra Hall, and Does 1-20
* Don Davis says UTA failed to pay insurance benefits. He says he changed his existing cancer insurance policy by increasing the amount of coverages and that his "current policy" would remain in effect while changing benefits. Davis says he made repeated calls to defendants from November 2004 to June 2006. The second police was issued on July 27, 2006, he says. About a month later, he was diagnosed with cancer. On Sept. 5, he submitted a claim for benefits. On Sept. 19, 2007, UTA denied his claim, saying the original police was canceled and "the second cancer insurance policy was not in effect at the time of loss." He says UTA also continued to try to collect premiums.
Case number: 08-C-86