Citibank South Dakota N.A. vs. James Howard Blake
PA- E. Taylor George; J- Hummel
* Defendant is indebted to the plaintiff for the sum of $17,382.46. Demand is made for the sums set forth with court costs.
Case number: 10-C-77
West Virginia National Auto Insurance Company, Inc., a/s/o Alice Mysliwiec and Denise Fassett
vs. Crystal Crum and Jefrey Sorg
PA- Allison S. McClure; J- Karl
* On March 31, 2009, Sorg was traveling on W.Va. 2 in Moundsville in Crum's vehicle. He changed lanes and subsequently lost control and struck the vehicle in front of him, which was stopped in traffic. Sorg's collision with the car in front of him caused a chain reaction. Fassett's vehicle was deemed a total loss. Compensatory damages of $4,887.52 for all payments made with costs of this suit are sought.
Case number: 10-C-78
Joseph Angott Jr. And Harriett L. Angott vs. Thad Conwell; Brandon Muldrew, Individually and dba B&M Detailing; and Raymond Muldrew
PA- Robert P. Fitzsimmons; J- Hummel
* On Aug. 18, 2008, plaintiff was stopped on the entrance ramp to Interstate 70 East, when they were struck by Conwell. Joseph Angott has incurred medical care expenses of $6,692.29; Harriett Angott has incurred medical care expenses of $5,779. Compensatory damages are sought, jointly and severally.
Case number: 10-C-79
Regina Fazen, individually and as guardian and next friend of Mariah Fazen, a minor child vs. Jerry and Harold's Doors Unlimited, Inc., and Richard J. Pockl
PA- David A. Jividen; J- Karl
* A collision occurred on Jan. 14, 2010 on W.Va. 250. Plaintiff was struck and collided with another vehicle. Affirmative defenses are raised and a jury trial is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-80
Joel Sansone and Cassandra Sansone vs. Amanda M. Merinar, and Kenneth Merinar
PA- David P. Robinson; J- Karl
* Failure to yield the right of way is claimed for an Apr. 17, 2008 collision that occurred on W.Va. 250 by Wheeling Avenue. The complaint says Kenneth Merinar should have known that the defendant was unfit to operate the motor vehicle. Compensatory judgment is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-82
Alvin R. Anderson and Jackie Lynn Anderson and John H. Anderson and Brenda Lynn Anderson vs. McElroy Coal Company, a corporation
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Karl
* Defendant conducted longwall mining operations adjacent to the plaintiffs' parcel in May or June 2008. As a direct and proximate result of the operations, damages, including slips on the land, cracks in the surface, loss of timber, and the inability to use the land as it was intended has resulted. Defendant's failure to repair the plaintiffs is in violation of the Surface Coal Mining and Reclamation Control Act. Sufficient compensation is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-84
Joseph A. Giovengo and Michelle M. Giovengo vs. Jeremy L. Gaiser
PA- David A. Jividen; J- Hummel
* While traveling on W.Va. 2 near the Marshall Street Exit in Benwood, on Sept. 17, 2009, defendant struck the rear of plaintiff's vehicle. Joseph Giovengo suffered damages and medical expenses of $3,639. Sufficient compensation for their injuries is sought.
Case number: 10-C-85
Serra Tharp and Randy Tharp vs. Christine Beabout, Daniel Caldwell, Sonya Caldwell
PA- C. Richard Wilson; J- Karl
* Christine Beabout was operating a vehicle owned by Daniel and Sonya Caldwell. She failed to realize the plaintiff's were stopped and rear- ended their vehicle on Apr. 25, 2008. Serra Tharp suffered personal injuries and damages. Compensatory damages are demanded in an amount determined by jury.
Case number: 10-C-86
Fred G. Fox and Patricia Fox vs. Chrysler Group, LLC
PA- Gerald E. Lofstead III; J- Karl
* The bankruptcy filed by Chrysler on Apr. 30, 2009 agreed to recognize and pay liabilities under Lemon Laws. Plaintiff's purchase of a Grand Caravan was covered under the manufacturer's limited warranty. An electrical problem at issue resulted in substantial impairment to the use of this vehicle. An award of reasonable fees and expenses are sought.
Case number: 10-C-88
Kimberly Y. Pugh and David Pugh vs. Primary Aim, LLC, d/b/a Wendy's International Inc., John Doe and Jane Doe
PA- William A. Kolibash; J- Hummel
* Kimberly Pugh ordered a salad and chicken wrap from the Lafayette Avenue drive thru in Moundsville. She says she was short changed on her twenty dollar bill and complained. Upon information and belief, the defendants had adulterated the aforementioned order. She noticed something was wrong and she spat out what was in her mouth. She looked into the salad and noticed additional pubic hair as well. Plaintiff's injuries arise to the level of gross fraud or reckless conduct. An adequate punitive judgment is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-89