CIVIL FILINGS: Marshall County

By Denise Simpson | May 20, 2011

March 31

March 31
Donnel Loy vs. Jacob T. Coffield
PA- Ronald W. Zavolta; J- Hummel
* Loy was a passenger in a vehicle owned and operated by Coffield, on Apr. 4, 2009. On Route 2, in the area of road under the Interstate 470 overpass, Coffield collided into a concrete barrier on the right side of the south bound lane. When said collision occurred, he was under the influence of alcohol; attempting to do a "burn out." Serious permanent injuries and damages occurred to plaintiff who has suffered a diminution in her ability to care for herself. Awards of punitive and compensatory damages are demanded.
Case number: 11-C-46

April 4
Carl H. Sampson vs. Frank E. Pethtel and Mary Virginia Pethtel and Stone Energy, Inc.
PA- Joseph R. Canestraro; J- Hummel
* A deed, dated Apr. 1, 1986, conveyed a certain one-fourth share in 125 acres royalty to plaintiff. An issue has arisen as to whether Sampson's one-fourth interest in the oil, gas and other mineral rights in, upon and underlying said 125 acres purchased at tax sale was for one-fourth interest on a now dry well. An Order acknowledging his ownership of said one-fourth interest of the 125 acre tract is requested.
Case number: 11-C-48

April 5
Vicki L. Stemple and Roger L. Stemple vs. Kroger Group Cooperative, Inc., d/b/a The Kroger Company; and ZRAJ Benwood, LLC, d/b/a Zamias Services, Inc.
PA- C. Richard Wilson; Herman D. Lantz; J- Karl
* Defendant is a corporation doing business and lessor of real estate on Marshall Street. Vicki Stemple was grocery shopping at the premises, on Apr. 6, 2009, when she slipped and fell. Said personal injuries are said to be the result of the defective condition of the sidewalk area outside of the store. As a direct result of defendant's negligence, Stemple has incurred medical expenses and may incur additional expenses in the future. Plaintiff's demand a trial by jury to equitably compensate them for their sustained damages.
Case number: 11-C-49

April 6
Patrick Rine vs. Superior Walls of Ohio, Inc. nka Superior Walls of America, Ltd.
PA- Eric M. Gordon; J- Hummel
* Defendant agreed to construct a basement for plaintiff on Boggs Run Road. A contract was executed Jun. 1, 2001. A limited warranty to replace any defects in workmanship was provided for a 15 year period. In 2006 and 2008 large cracks were noticed in the basement wall creating an implied breach of warranty habitability for the plaintiff's intended use of the residence. Compensation for the damages suffered is requested.
Case number: 11-C-50

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