CIVIL FILINGS: Ohio County

by Denise Simpson |
Mar. 26, 2010, 2:15am

March 3
Charles E. Namack vs. Kelli Patton
PA- Robert P. Fitzsimmons; J- Recht
* Between October and December 2008, plaintiff loaned defendant $11,000. The loan has gone unpaid despite repeated requests and the remaining balance of $9,550 is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-76

March 4
Uncle Pete's LLC and Robert Conniff vs. Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company
PA- Joseph J. John; J- Recht
* A claim was submitted due to loss of income from a water main break. A letter, dated Sept. 1, 2009, denied the claim saying certain exclusions apply. Uncle Pete's allege $15,000 owing for damages due to the interruption in business.
Case number: 10-C-77

March 5
Carla Rose vs. Terry L. Smith and Allstate Insurance Company
PA- David P. Robinson; J- Wilson
* A rear-end collision occurred on westbound I-470. This March 7, 2008, incident resulted in serious permanent injuries and damages. A compensatory judgment is demanded, jointly and severally.
Case number: 10-C-78

March 8
Kimberly Hooper; Kimberly Hooper Next Friend of Jenna Colley a minor, and Jenna Colley vs. Brianne E. White
PA- David P. Robinson; J- Gaughan
* A collision occurred at the intersection of 39th and Jacob streets on March 9, 2008. White's failure to maintain control and proper lookout is claimed for Kimberly Hooper's injuries believed permanent in nature.
Case number: 10-C-79

March 9
John Glinka and Darlene Blankenship vs. Quicken Loans Inc., et al.
PA- Jason E. Causey; J- Mazzone
* A promissory note was executed on Dec. 20, 2006, executed with an interest only feature for the principal sum of $128,000. A bogus appraisal value of $160,000 misrepresented the market value of the subject property and unduly pressured plaintiffs into believing the loan was in their best interest. Compensatory and punitive damages are requested.
Case number: 10-C-80

March 12
Martha Belk and Charles Belk vs. Wheeling Island Gaming Inc.
PA- Steven E. Dragisich; J- Mazzone
* By failing to provide adequate safeguards, such as warning signs, plaintiff suffered disabling injuries on March 19, 2008. She was forced to seek medical treatment and seeks judgment for damages by jury trial.
Case number: 10-C-81

Security National Trust Company et al. vs. Norma Lee Arbuckle, et al.
PA- William J. Yaeger; Robert J. Krall; Holly S. Planinsic; J- Wilson
* Norma Lee Arbuckle, wife of the Grantor, survived him and claims entitlement to the entire net income from the Trust's assets. The Arbuckle Trust is silent regarding the powers of the respondent, as surviving spouse. The Court is asked to determine the beneficiaries and duties of the Trustees.
Case number: 10-C-82

March 15
Roger A. Woods vs. Cabelas Wholesale, Inc.; American Security, L.L.C.
PA- Michael C. Alberty; J-Gaughan
* On the morning of Jan. 28, 2009, Woods slipped on fell in the parking lot on ice. After four hours, the vice president of American Security arrived and personally escorted took him to the emergency room. The emergency room physician referred Woods to Dr. Pollock to repair broken bones in his face. Upon receipt of a faxed release from Dr. Pollock, Woods was fired. A trial by jury is sought.
Case number: 10-C-85

Brian E. Joseph, individually as stockholder of Touchstone Research Laboratory, LTD vs. Elizabeth N. Kraftician, individually as stockholder of Touchstone Research Laboratory, and Kenneth F. Lowe, individually and in his capacity as an alleged director of Touchstone Research Laboratory, LTD
PA- William D. Wilmouth; J- Wilson
* Touchtone began in 1980 as an equally owned partnership between Joseph and Kraftician, who where then married. Over the years, Joseph developed Touchstone's management style and gave presentations across the United States. He has negotiated two successful license deals and named inventor on 13 U.S. patents. An injunctive measure is sought as a result of any action taken from the Feb. 25, 2010 "special meeting of stockholders." A 10 million award for punitive damages is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-86

March 16
Jessee L. Pennington and Karen L. Pennington vs. Green Lance, Incorporated d/b/a Burger King Restaurant # 14802, et. al.
PA- Shane M. Mallett; J-Gaughan
* On Mar. 17, 2008, a chicken sandwich was purchased from the restaurant on Zane Street. He broke a tooth as a direct and proximate result of biting into the sandwich. Damages are claimed for this injury.
Case number: 10-C-87

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