Howard Carr vs. Leilani Williams
PA- David C. White; J- Karl
* On Nov. 18, 2008, Williams was operating her vehicle on Benwood Hill. She piloted into the vehicle of Carr causing various damages such as medical bills and lost wages. A judgment is demanded for his diminished ability to function.
Case number: 10-C-217
Robert C. Morgan and Vickie L. Morgan vs. Verlie M. Harris, Mabel Bell Browning, Anne Bell Vick, et al
PA- Gregory B. Null; J- Hummel
* This is an action requesting the Court order compulsory partition of real estate in Liberty District. The plaintiffs own 2/3 interest in the subject tract with the undivided 1/3 vested in heirs of the late Maude H. Evans. Plaintiffs allege none of the defendants will be prejudiced if this Court order a sale of the subject real estate and distribute the proceeds among the parties according to their respective interests.
Case number: 10-C-218
Candace Gayvont vs. REM Community Option, LLC, National Mentor Services, LLC, et al
PA- Nicholas A. Wininsky; J- Karl
* Plaintiff worked as a Home Aide for 11 years until her discharge in April 2010. She was accused of pushing a wheel chair resident into a door at the beginning of her shift on April 7, 2010. This allegation was believed a retaliatory act by Tracy Helms who believed Gayvont was going to report that she would "get high" during work hours. Compensatory damages are requested as a result of a wrongful discharge.
Case number: 10-C-219
Sherrill Roger Dobbs vs. Enoch's, LLC d/b/a Ted's Trophy Club, Enoch Edward Fisher, and Jimmy Worrels
PA- Paul J. Harris; Shawn L. Fluharty; J- Hummel
* Fisher and Worrels recklessly engaged in an altercation with Dobbs which caused him personal injuries. Enoch failed to provide a safe environment for its patrons. Compensatory and punitive damages are requested, jointly and severally.
Case number: 10-C-220
April Streight vs. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.
PA- Scott S. Blass; J- Karl
*It was clear that the medical bills submitted by the plaintiff related to the Sept. 9, 2008 wreck were reasonable and necessary. Only after suit was brought did plaintiff prevail with the med pay coverage claim. Acts of bad faith are claimed intentional and plaintiff is entitled to recover punitive damages to punish State Farm.
Case number: 10-C-221
T & T Quigley Inc. vs. Brad's Core & Recycling, LLC, an Ohio Corporation
PA- Thomas E. White; J- Hummel
* For years the defendant would purchase and pick up goods from plaintiff in Marshall County, and pay for same by check at the time of pick up. A check dated May 11, 2010, drawn on defendant's bank account, to pay the sum of $78,887.40, was returned for non-sufficient funds. After partial payments on the sum, a balance exists in the amount of $39,565.35.
Case number: 10-C-226