March 31
Thomas E. Geho v. Marshall County Board of Education
PA- Nicholas A. Wininsky; J-Hummel
* Geho worked as a bus driver from 1985 to March 26, 2008. He says his termination stemmed from an incident which occurred several weeks earlier during a weekend tennis practice at Wheeling Park. His strong need to urinate overcame him as he waited in his bus for practice to finish. He relieved himself while standing in the stairwell of the bus and was seen by a witness in a parked car in the vicinity. Disability discrimination is claimed as he was being treated by a urologist.
Case number: 09-C-48

April 2
Rebecca Orndorff and Randy Orndorff vs. Thomas Stanley and Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company
PA- Jerry Sklavounakis; J- Karl
* Judgment is demanded against Erie for compensatory damages stemming from a collision that occurred on Apr. 6, 2007 at the intersection of Weaver Ave. and 11th Street. Stanley's coverage paid the limits of available liability coverage of $20,000 for bodily injuries.
Case number: 09-C-49

April 3
Beneficial West Virginia, Inc. vs. Wayne E. Rutter a/k/a Wayne Rutter and Lois E. Rutter a/k/a Lois Rutter
PA- Teresa K. Fuchs; J- Hummel
* Pursuant to the terms of the Loan Agreement, Plaintiff has she right to require payment of the entire amount owed upon default. Damages are claimed in the amount of $14,436.39 plus interests and costs.
Case number: 09-C-50

Teresa M. Toothman and Thomas W. Toothman Sr. v. Mountain State Parents' Children and Adolescent Network, Inc. 1201 Garfield Street McMechen, WV 26040 and Melody Waybright Mountain State Parents' Children and Adolescent Network, Inc. 1201 Garfield Street McMechen, WV 26040 and Bob McConnell Mountain State Parents' Children and Adolescent Network, Inc.
PA-W. Gus Saines and Nicholas Wininsky; J- Karl
* Teresa Toothman worked for 13 years and was terminated from her employment with Mountain State on Apr. 5, 2007. In the weeks prior to her discharge, she was advised by Bob McConnell that she was getting up in age they were looking for "younger blood." Compensatory damages are sought.
Case number: 09-C-51

April 7
Jean Wright vs. Murray Trucking, Inc., and Michael Eneix
PA- Jonathan E. Turak; J- Hummel
*On May 10, 2007, Jean Wright was traveling north on Route 2 when she stopped for a red light. Michael Eneix struck her from behind due to the alleged conduct of following too close. Judgment is sought, jointly and severally, for compensatory damages.
Case Number: 09-C-52

April 8
WesBanco Bank, Inc. v. Dorothy L. Richards
PA- Marie C. Bechtel; J- Karl
*Judgment is demanded against defendant for the sum of $5,429.09, plus interest and costs, for the amount due under the Retail Installment Contract and Security Agreement dated Jan. 12, 2004 with Bob Robinson Chevrolet.
Case Number: 09-C-53

April 10
WesBanco Bank, Inc. v. Frank M. Holmes, Jr.
PA- Marie C. Bechtel; J- Karl
*WesBanco demands judgment against the defendants for the sum of $14,773.24 on a Retail Installment Contract dated May 8, 2008.
Case Number: 09-C-53

April 15
Tracie West v. Okey D. Burton, Janina G. Burton, Howard L. Kuhn, Hubert D. Kuhn, Larry W. Kuhn and Andy P. Kuhn
PA- Roger R. Weese; J- Karl
* Plaintiff is owner of 107 acres situated on Big Grave Creek and she asks the Court grant her an easement or right of way over previously abandoned County Route 17/1, known as Tunnel Ridge Road through the lands of defendants.
Case number: 09-C-56

April 16
Robert Oser vs. The Kroger Co. and John Doe
PA- Ronald Wm. Kasserman; J- Hummel
* On May 1, 2007, a Kroger employee/ bagger dropped a case of soft drinks on plaintiff's left causing him personal physical injuries. A compensatory judgment is sought.
Case number: 09-C-57

April 22
Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Company, Individually and as Subrogee of Printers Service Inc., Midwest Merchandising Corp. & Graphic Enterprises, Inc. v. Deleet Merchandising Corp.
PA- Steven J. Forry; J- Hummel
* Printers Service sells and retails certain Deleet products. Plaintiffs in Marshall County matters allege that they were injured by benzene-containing products, including products manufactured by Deleet and sold and/or distributed by Printers. Deleet's refusal to defend and indemnify Printers with respect to the Marshall County matters, and to reimburse Lumbermens for all dense and indemnity costs, is unjustified and contrary to law. A judgment that Deleet has an obligation to indemnify and defend Printers in connection to the Marshall County cases in excess of $50,000 is requested.
Case number: 09-C-59

Brandy Whitlatch and Sammy Whitlatch v. Sara Lou Qutbeddeen and Michael A. Meyer
PA- Rodney T. Berry; J- Karl
* A collision occurred on May 8, 2007 when Sara Qutbeddeen was driving a car owned by Michael Meyer. The result of this negligence caused serious personal injuries and compensatory judgment is sought.
Case number: 09-C-60

April 24
Jessie Paul Yoho v. Joyce L. Fromhart
PA- John L. Bremer; J- Karl
* At the corner on Twelfth Street at the Fairgrounds entrance, a collision occurred on Oct. 18, 2007. Permanent injuries are said to be lasting in nature and as a direct and proximate cause a loss of income was suffered.
Case number: 09-C-62

April 27
Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC v. Allen Gerling and Mildred Gerling
PA- Matthew S. Casto; Steven M. Green; J- Hummel
* A declaratory judgment and entry of an order is sought granting Chesapeake a preliminary injunction allowing entrance on the surface estate without interference from defendant for the purpose of exploration for and development of the oil and gas estate.
Case number: 09-C-63

Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC v. Sam Yoho
PA- Matthew S. Casto; Steven M. Green; J- Karl
* A declaratory judgment and entry of an order is sought granting Chesapeake a preliminary injunction allowing entrance on the surface estate without interference from defendant for the purpose of conducting seismic studies.
Case number: 09-C-64

Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC v. John E. Riggs, Jr. and Dalena L. Riggs
PA- Matthew S. Casto; Steven M. Green; J- Hummel
* A declaratory judgment and entry of an order is sought granting Chesapeake a preliminary injunction allowing entrance on the surface estate without interference from defendant for the purpose of exploration for and development of the oil and gas estate.
Case number: 09-C-65

Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC v. Peter Vellenkoop and Linda Vellenkoop
PA- Matthew S. Casto; Steven M. Green; J- Karl
* A declaratory judgment and entry of an order is sought granting Chesapeake a preliminary injunction allowing entrance on the surface estate without interference from defendant for the purpose of conducting seismic studies.
Case number: 09-C-66




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