Aug. 30
Kimberly Ann Blazer, Individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Gary Lee Parker, Deceased vs. A.W. Chesterton Co., et. al.
PA- Leslie Ann James; J- Karl
* Mr. Parker was diagnosed with incurable and asbestos-related disease, on Dec. 10, 2088, and died on Jan. 2, 2009. His exposure to the manufacture and installation of asbestos-containing products is said to have caused malignant mesothelioma. Decedent worked at the Ormet plant located in Hannibal, Ohio from 1963 to 2002. Each defendant constitutes willful and wanton misconduct for which compensatory and punitive damages are demanded in an amount deemed just by trier of fact.
Case number: 10-C-178

Sept. 1
Patricia A. Nickerson and Russell E. Nickerson vs. State Farm Insurance Company
PA- Herman D. Lantz; J- Hummel
* Plaintiffs rejected the offer dated July 8, 2010 for $1,092.58. Compensatory damages, along with $100,000, are sought for the loss of settlement proceeds which they are entitled.
Case number: 10-C-179

Sept. 2
The Board of Education of the County of Marshall vs. Francis E. Reilley, The City of Glen Dale, a municipal corporation, and The County Commission of Marshall County
PA- Christopher P. Riley; J- Karl
* John Marshall High School and its athletic fields comprise 37.89 acres on a Deed dated Sept. 1, 1965. The fields border east of Little Grave Creek and south on Duck Lane. To the plaintiff's belief, all of Duck Lane from Little Grave Creek to Wheeling Avenue is located within the Glen Dale corporate boundaries. The 198 acre dispute exists by a Deed, owned by Mr. Reilley, dated Feb. 16, 1984. Compensatory damages from the 2004, 2008, 2009, and the 2010 floods are sought in the amount of $228,502.17.
Case number: 10-C-180

Sept. 7
Alexa Kernan- Davis and Henry Davis vs. Harry Francis
PA- Steven M. Recht; J- Karl
* Failure to maintain control is claimed for a Sept. 11, 2008 crash which involved defendant following too close and rear- ended plaintiff Alexa Davis. Numerous bodily injuries have incurred medical expense in excess of $48,530.37. Compensatory damages are requested.
Case number: 10-C-182

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