Roberta Stern vs. Farmers Group Inc. and 21st Century Insurance Company, a former member of AIG
PA- David A. Jividen; Chad C. Groome; J- Hummel
* On March 23, 2005, on Fork Ridge Road, Robert Simmons caused a rear- end collision with plaintiff. She was offered a settlement by Nationwide for the available policy limits of $25,000 which required plaintiff to make a claim against her policy issued by AIG.
Case number: 10-C-19
National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency, Liquidating Agent for the Center Valley Federal Credit Union vs. John T. Morris and Charlene D. Anderson
PA- Jason S. Long; J- Karl
* An open-end voucher and security agreement was entered for a principal amount of $41,500. After deducting all payments made on the contract, the current net payoff as of Jan. 31, 2010, is $38,326.52.
Case number: 10-C-22
Kayla Mirandy vs. Hunter VanScyoc and Theresa VanScyoc
PA- Anthony I. Werner; J- Hummel
* Plaintiff was a passenger in a crash on July 11, 2009, involving an all-terrain vehicle operated by defendant Hunter VanScyoc and owned by Theresa VanScyoc. The crash occurred when the vehicle left the roadway; went over a hill and ejected plaintiff from the vehicle. Defendants are, jointly and severally, liable and should have known their child would pose a risk by consuming alcohol or some other intoxicant. Compensatory and punitive damages are sought.
Case number: 10-C-23
Stephanie Parker, as Duly Appointed Administratrix of the Estate of Rodney F. Anderson vs. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
PA- Gregory A. Gellner; J- Karl
* On Feb. 21, 2008, decedent Anderson was a passenger in a vehicle operated by Troy Mackey. While traveling south on Sandhill, this vehicle was caused to go left of center and crash violently into Mark Cain. Mackey plead guilty to driving under the influence and Anderson's estate claims entitlement for damages of pain and suffering as a direct result of the foregoing alleged acts.
Case number: 10-C-24
Heather D. Timmins vs. Troy Allen Mackey
PA- Diana H. Crutchfield; J- Karl
* Plaintiff was a front seat passenger in a vehicle driven by Mark Cain on Feb. 21, 2008. While traveling northbound at the intersection of Sandhill and Hazlett Hill roads, defendant's vehicle went onto the left side of the road and struck the automobile in which plaintiff was a passenger. Negligence is claimed due to defendant operating his vehicle in a negligent manner by driving while under the influence of alcohol.
Case number: 10-C-26
Helen Tucker and Mound City Inc. vs. Steven L. Thomas, Koffee Shop, Ohio Valley Amusement Company, M.L.H., LLC, et. al.
PA- Paul J. Harris; Kevin L. Neiswonger; J- Karl
* This matter concerns the wrongful conduct of defendants, individually and collectively, to defraud plaintiff of their property and injure them in their business affairs. Schemes to defraud plaintiffs were not limited to converting stock and instructing lessee's not to pay rent. Compensatory damages of $12,000,000 are demanded, along with punitive damages for actions deemed tantamount to racketeering.
Case number: 10-C-28
George Lightner, as Administrator of the Estate of Chaz Lightner vs. Archie Stevey and Sabrina Stevey, dba Acorn Tree Service, and Charles R. Williams
PA- Rodney T. Berry; J- Karl
* A party took place among juveniles at the defendant's home and business address, on Feb. 10, 2008. Plaintiff's son, Chaz Lightner, was a guest at the party and after consuming alcohol was placed on a couch within the home. He was discovered dead during the morning hours. The Estate demands sufficient punitive damages.
Case number: 10-C-31