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 March 17, 2008, Jessee Pennington purchased a chicken sandwich at the Zane Street Restaurant. He bit into a bone and broke a tooth. His injuries are believed permanent and compensatory damages are sought.
Case number: 10-C-87
Elvis L. Clark vs. McKeen Security, Inc., and John Doe 1 through 10
PA- J. Marty Mazezka; J- Wilson
* While a psychiatric inpatient at Hillcrest on May 7, 2008, he was verbally antagonized and threatened. After he was denied medication, a security guard escorted him back to his room pounding his fists while verbally antagonizing and threatening plaintiff. After this incident, a security guard was on top of plaintiff's stomach, forcibly kneed him in the ribs while at the same time forcing the palm of his hand into the bottom of plaintiff's nose. The acts complained of constitute an assault and battery on plaintiff. Punitive damages are demanded.
Case number: 10-C-88
Citibank South Dakota N.A. vs. Jean A. Mulroy aka Myers
PA- E. Taylor George; J- Wilson
* Plaintiff demands judgment against defendant for the sum of $17,218.47, plus interest, until paid.
Case number: 10-C-90
Deiona Gilliam, Natural mother of Jodeci Bush vs. Wheeling Catholic Elementary School
PA- Ronald Wm Kasserman; J- Wilson
* While attending the sixth grade at Wheeling Catholic Elementary School, on Sept. 26, 2008, Jodeci Bush received a cut to her throat from another student. Severe emotional distress was suffered as a result of this injury. Compensatory damages are requested.
Case number: 10-C-93
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company vs. Nathaniel Allen Gossett
PA- Robert A. Flaugher; J- Wilson
* Pursuant to the contract, Nationwide paid insurance for damages caused by defendant and became subrogated to all rights of recovery. As a result of a Nov. 20, 2009 collision, $6419.99 is claimed as damages owed.
Case number: 10-C-98
Tilden Jay Posin, Samuel T. Posin, Chai 18, Inc. and S.P. Jewelry Corp. vs. State of West Virginia Bureau of Employment Programs, et al.
PA- Pro se; J- Mazzone
* The state is charged with violation of an individual's right to insist Kanawha County Circuit Court be the only acceptable venue to hear tax matters. Posins claim a two million dollars loss in revenue and opportunity and seek the credible restoration of the business name.
Case number: 10-C-99
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