Nellie Spencer and Robert W. Spencer, Jr. vs. Jamie Carter and Bruce A. Carter
PA- C. Richard Wilson; J- Hummel
* On Nov. 25, 2008, the plaintiff, Nellie Spencer, was traveling north on W.Va. 2 in Glen Dale. Defendant, Jamie Carter, failed to realize the plaintiff was stopped and collided with the rear of plaintiff's vehicle. As a direct and proximate result, Spencer suffered personal injuries which may be continuing in nature. Compensatory damages are sought in an amount to be determined by jury.
Case number: 10-C-57
Jerry Herback and Jennifer Herback vs. Busy Beaver Building Centers, Inc. and Kevin McCauley, an individual
PA- Nicholas A. Wininsky; Gregory A. Gellner; J- Karl
* Jerry Herback was employed by Busy Beaver as Manager of the Moundsville store until his termination on Aug. 11, 2009. In the time frame immediately preceding Herback's termination by Busy Beaver, he had discussed with McCauley a desire to obtain a second job as an insurance broker. During his employment, his evaluations revealed a superlative job performance. His termination was cited for reasons relating to substandard work performance. McCauley told Herback, during the termination conversation, that "I know that you called the corporate office on me." Herback believes his termination was motivated by wrongful retaliation in his attempt to exercise his right to pursue a second job.
Case number: 10-C-62
Heather Gianangeli, Allissa Gianangeli, Anna Sue Gianangeli, and Aiden Marie Gianangeli, by the their parent and legal guardian Heather Gianangeli vs. Muriel Sechrest
PA- David L. Delk, Jr.; J- Karl
* On April 22, 2008, in Moundsville, defendant negligently operated her vehicle and collided with Heather Gianangeli. As a direct and proximate result of this careless act the plaintiffs have s incurred bodily injuries that may appear permanent. Compensatory damages are demanded.
Case number: 10-C-74