By Denise Simpson | Aug 13, 2010

July 22

July 22
Glenn C. Lively vs. Dominick D'Augora, John Doe, and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
PA- Gail W. Kahle; Kathy A. Brown; J- Gaughan
*On Mar. 19, 2009, at Wal-Mart's store in Triadelphia, plaintiff was clearing space in the back of his car for the merchandise he had purchased. A forklift operator drove the forklift very close to plaintiff's car. Lively stepped backwards; he tripped over the forklift and severely injured himself. As a direct and proximate result of defendant's negligence, injuries were suffered to his lower back and ankle. A compensatory judgment is sought.
Case number: 10-C-255

July 26
Marlene R. Fish vs. World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. d/b/a WWE, John Charles Layfield a/k/a Bradshaw a/k/a John Bradshaw Layfield a/k/a JBL, David Michael Batista, Jr. a/k/a Batista a/k/a Deacon Batista a/k/a Leviathan, Phillip Jack Brookes a/k/a CM Punk, and John Doe wrestler(s) and security persons and/or entities.
PA- Gerasimos (Jerry) Sklavounakis; George N. Sidiropolis; J- Gaughan
*Defendants are required to sign a "Booking Contract" to assume character identities and perform stories involving dynamic physical and emotional elements at staged wrestling events worldwide. On Jul. 26, 2008, Fish was sitting ringside, when Punk threw Batista into the crowd and struck her causing injuries. Failure to monitor and barricade the performers during this entertainment activity is claimed for her sustained damages.
Case number: 10-C-258

July 27
Sharon and Stephen Grossenbacher vs. Christopher Alloway
PA- R. Gregory McDermott; J- Wilson
*Plaintiff was injured on Feb. 20, 2010, at defendant's residence. when a portion of a roof over an outside portion of the home collapsed on her. Her injures have incurred medical expenses in excess of $40,000. Judgment is demanded to compensate losses.
Case number: 10-C-259

Kristie L. Stollar and Elliana Crawford, a minor, by and through her mother and next friend Kristie L. Stollar vs. Marhlon V. Hayes
PA- Jeremy M. McGraw; J- Recht
*On July 7, 2009, near the entrance ramp from Main Street to I-70, defendant rear –ended a vehicle driven by Kristie Stollar. This negligence has resulted in medical bills and loss wages being incurred. Compensatory and general damages are sought.
Case number: 10-C-260

July 29
Joyce Ann and Wayne Hall vs. Jody Lynn Milliken
PA- Steven T. Taylor; J- Gaughan
*Milliken entered onto National Road into plaintiff's lane of traffic causing plaintiff, Joyce Hall, to swerve to avoid defendant's vehicle resulting in plaintiff striking an oncoming automobile. Defendant's failure to maintain control is claimed for the injuries sustained. A compensatory judgment is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-262

Iola Bonifini vs. Glen Edward Thompson, individually, Get Trucking, Inc, and Diakon Logistics, Inc.
PA- David A. Jividen; John M. Jurco; Frederick M. Dean Rohrig; J- Wilson
*On Jul. 28, 2008, at the intersection of Bethany Pike and GC&P Road, defendant violently struck his freightliner and caused a collision. Plaintiff claims serious and permanent injuries are a result of Thompson's negligence. Based on the complaint's allegations, plaintiff claims entitlement to an amount double her medical expenses by paid Medicare. A compensatory judgment is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-263

Robert D. And Rebecca E. Wells vs. Alice Macewan
PA- David A. Jividen; John M. Jurco; Frederick M. Dean Rohrig; J- Recht
*On Oct. 2, 2008, the defendant pulled out in front of the National Road Laundromat, attempted to turn left and, in doing so, struck Robert Well and his vehicle. Multiple fractures were suffered as a direct and proximate cause of this failure to maintain control. Appropriate compensatory damages are sought.
Case number: 10-C-264

July 30
Jason C. Prettyman vs. Virginia Nightengale f/k/a Virginia Titus, Lewis R. Titus, Jr., and Beneficial West Virginia, Inc.
PA- Brett M. Ferro; J- Gaughan
* In 2009, defendant built or had a pond built by a contractor, next to plaintiff's property. This installation caused plaintiff's retention wall to buckle and collapse. Defendants have paid $350 towards the cost of replacing said wall, leaving a balance owed on a bill of $10,024.29. An award of actual and punitive damages are demanded.
Case number: 10-C-265

Beneficial West Virginia, Inc. vs. Denzil H. Prince III
PA- Teresa K. Fuchs; J- Wilson
*A loan agreement was entered on Aug. 28, 2007. Defendant is in default under the terms with the last payment having been made on Jan. 8, 2010. Damages are claimed in the sum of $10,140.37.
Case number: 10-C-266

Direct Online Marketing, LLC vs. Debtmerica, LLC
PA- Justin B. Seibert; J- Recht
*The specific fraud claimed was that Debtmerica signed a contract with Direct OM solely for the purpose of stealing Direct OM's expertise in internet marketing. Debtmerica then cancelled the contract and refused to pay the sums due. Judgment for punitive damages in the sum of $76,500 is demanded.
Case number: 10-C-267

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