William Bradford Evans and Sheila Evans vs. AB Resources PA LLC, Chief Oil & Gas, et al.
PA- Robert P. Fitzsimmons; Clayton J. Fitzsimmons; J- Karl
* On Nov. 4, 2008, while working the night shift, Evans was required to walk in an inadequately illuminated dark area which caused him to step in a large hold. He snapped the bones in his ankle tearing multiple tendons and ligaments in his foot. As a result of this incident, Evans had reconstructive surgery and a steel plate with multiple screws implanted in his right ankle. A judgment is sought awarding compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 10-C-185
Dave Davies, Individually and as the Father of Shane Davies, a minor, and Cody Davies, a minor vs. Charles Terry
PA- Teresa C. Toriseva; J- Karl
* Defendant Terry is a Benwood City Councilman. Davies and his two minor children live next door to Terry. Davies' sons were playing on a trampoline in the front yard of their residence on Sept. 17, 2008. The children witnessed Terry shoot plaintiff's truck with a double-ought shotgun. Davies walked around his house to where Terry stood with the shotgun. He pumped the firearm and aimed it at Davies and then returned to his house. The truck sustained damages totaling $5,000. Davies seeks a judgment in his favor against Terry for all damages flowing from his conduct.
Case number: 10-C-189
Patricia Wnek vs. Angela Burge and Thomas Calinger
PA- Ronald Wm Kasserman; J- Karl
*On Oct. 7, 2008, Burge a vehicle into the rear end of a vehicle operated by Wnek. The vehicle that Burge drove was owned by Calinger. Compensatory damages for her medical expenses are requested.
Case number: 10-C-193
Bayer Heritage Federal Credit Union vs. Debra A. Parsons
PA- Logan Hessig; J- Hummel
* As of Sept. 24, 2010, as evidenced by a Promissory Note, $15,698.48 is due and owing. Judgment is demanded plus post- judgment until the judgment is paid in full.
Case number: 10-C-194
State Farm Fire & Casualty Insurance vs. Mary Ann Gray
PA- Andrew N. Frye, III; J- Hummel
* On Oct. 19, 2008, Gray's grandson was playing unattended in the upstairs bedroom when he ignited a flammable devise. The fire ignited with the curtains and other combustibles. Gray is strictly liable for the other fire which started in the kitchen area due to her negligence of not maintaining a safe cooking environment. State Farm paid its insured $14,216.56 and moves for a judgment in an amount to be proven by evidence.
Case number: 10-C-198
Carolyn Krynicki and Stanley Krynicki vs. The Kroger Company
PA- Craig L. Fishman; J- Hummel
* On June 9, 2010, plaintiff was a customer of the defendant when she fell in the checkout lane on a slippery floor. Her pain did not improve and the next day she visited Weirton Medical Center and was injected with a very potent narcotic pain medicine. She left with a diagnosis of a left hip contusion and sprain. Judgment against the defendant is demanded for the sum of $25,000.
Case number: 10-C-200