CIVIL FILINGS: Ohio County

by Denise Simpson |
Jun. 25, 2010, 2:15am

June 2
David Edge vs. Urgent Cash Inc.
PA- Jason E. Causey; J- Mazzone
* The defendant's collection efforts are claimed numerous and abusive. Various collection calls were made despite plaintiff's repeated request not to call him at work. The defendant wrongfully threatened to garnish the plaintiff's wages without the permission of a judicial order. In addition to compensatory damages, a punitive damage award is sought to deter future similar conduct.
Case number: 10-C-188

June 3
Nicole King vs. Cardinal Health 411 Inc. and Tess Gray
PA- Sandra K. Law; J- Wilson
* On March 14, 2010, the plaintiff suffered complications from her pregnancy and was taken to the Wheeling Hospital Emergency Room. A slip prohibiting work that day was issued by her physician. King's fiance hand-delivered the doctor's excuse for her absence to Gray who fired her the next day. An award of punitive damages in an amount to be determined at trial is requested.
Case number: 10-C-189

June 4
American Express Bank vs. Edgar Morano
PA- Andrew S. Learner; J- Gaughan
* Monthly payments were to be made for a credit agreement entered. Financial benefits were received as a result of said credit in the amount of $14,486.70. Defendant has failed to repay sum despite repeated demands.
Case number: 10-C-190

Amy Butler vs. Pamela Corder
PA- Ronald W. Zavolta; J- Wilson
* On June 6, 2008, on North Lincoln Avenue in Bridgeport, the defendant rear–ended Butler's vehicle. She was, in turn, forced into the vehicle in front of her thereby causing her permanent injuries. Plaintiff's medical care and expenses to date are $21,000. A compensatory judgment is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-191

In Re: Mingo County Coal Slurry Litigation
J- Alan D. Moats
* On June 2, 2010, Lead Presiding Judge James P. Mazzone ordered this case and their court files transferred to Ohio Circuit Court. The Panel has determined that it is appropriate that this mass litigation be subject to e-filing and service. Beginning June 28, each party must train and register with LexisNexis.
Case number: 10-C-5000

June 7
Nicole King and Darin MacFarland, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated vs. Cardinal Health 411 Inc.
PA- Sandra K. Law; J- Gaughan
* The defendant employed the class members at its Ohio County facility at various times from 2005 to 2010. It is said plaintiffs were not paid their wages and benefits, in full, in a timely manner following their discharge. No form of "common" monetary recovery is sought. Separate and individual recoveries not to exceed $75,000 each are demanded.
Case number: 10-C-197

June 9
Kevin Michael Walt vs. FedEx Freight Inc. and David Wayne Harris
PA- James G. Bordas, Jr.; Jeremy M. McGraw; J- Gaughan
*On U.S. 40 near its intersection with Valley Grove, Harris drove a double-unit tractor-trailer into the rear of a car owned by Walt. Defendant was acting within the course of his employment at the time of the collision. As a direct result of this negligence, Walt has incurred medical bills and suffered a loss of earning capacity. Compensatory and general damages are requested.
Case number: 10-C-198

June 10
Drew W. Turner vs. Barbara J. Kureishy, also known as Barbara J. Kureishy- McMahon, individually, and doing business as All-In-One; Joseph M. Tweedlie, individually and doing business as All-In-One and Tweedlie Contracting and Tweedlie Contracting LLC
PA- Jeffrey W. McCamic; J- Wilson
* In July 2009, plaintiff was need of property management for his two parcels of real estate. Defendant's failed to provide written estimates and gain proper approval before performing excessive and unnecessary work upon plaintiff's real estate. Relief is demanded in excess of $50,000.
Case number: 10-C-199

More News