THIS JUST IN: Cabell County

By Drew Smith | Apr 17, 2009

April 7
Angela Simpson v. Our365, Inc., Growing Family First Foto, Hasco International, Inc., and Cabell Huntington Hospital
PA-Samuel Hanna; J-Jane Hustead
* In April 2007, Simpson was admitted to Cabell Huntington Hospital and gave birth to non-viable twin male fetuses. The suit claims Family First Foto then took pictures of the fetuses and sent the pictures to Simpson, causing her emotional distress. Simpson is suing the hospital for negligence, claiming the hospital staff either negligently or intentionally authorized the photos to be taken and sent to Simpson.
Case number: 09-C-272

TJ's Diner, LLC v. JPMorgan Chase Bank
PA-R.R. Fredeking, II; J-David M. Pancake
* TJ's Diner, a restaurant establishment in Huntington, claims 18 checks were stolen from them and cashed in the amount of $8,575.00. The owners of the restaurant claim they have tried to have the amount deducted from their account, but JPMorgan Chase has refused. They are seeking reimbursement along with punitive damages.
Case number: 09-C-275

April 9
Lillian Dick and Leland Dick v. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
PA-Matthew Woelfel; J-David M. Pancake
* Lillian Dick was eating at a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Barboursville in May 2008. She claims she was injured when she moved to avoid a dish collection pan that was falling toward her. The alleges a Cracker Barrel employee had placed a large dish collection pan on the back of a chair that was close to her. The pan allegedly fell and Lillian Dick injured herself in an attempt to avoid the dishes. She claims she has suffered permanent injuries and has incurred medical expenses in the amount of $34,925.35. She is seeking compensation in that amount.
Case number: 09-C-279

April 10
Dirtworks Development, LLC v. BBL-Carlton, LLC
PA-Charles F. Bellomy; J-David M. Pancake
* Dirtworks was hired as a subcontractor to perform work on the new Barboursville Middle School. BBL-Carlton was the general contractor for the project. According to the suit, Dirtworks performed various tasks but wasn't given credit by BBL for completing those tasks. Dirtworks claims BBL breached its contract by failing to pay the full amount set forth in the contract for the work Dirtworks was hired to do. The company claims it is owed $634,983.54 for losses and expenses incurred.
Case number: 09-C-283

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