Centra Bank Inc. vs. Tony Price
PA - Susan Snowden; J - Silver
* The bank claims the defendant owes at least $120,432.31 after defaulting on the terms of an agreement from Jan. 18, 2006, and it is seeking that amount plus at least $70,347.10 in damages to real estate involved in the deed of trust.
Case number: 11-C-365
Robert W. Elliott Sr. vs. Continental Brick Co., C. Lynch Christian III and Donald B. Sult
PA - Christopher Luttrell; J - Groh
* The plaintiff, who worked for Continental Brick from 1984 until February 2011, claims the defendants violated the West Virginia Human Rights Act and inflicted intentional emotional distress, by terminating his employment in an effort to punish him for lodging complaints regarding illegal workplace actions. He claims Sult repeatedly threw hammers in the direction of employees, smashed a brick in front of an employee's face, frequently punched walls and continuously used profanities in what appeared to be attempts to intimidate Elliott and other workers. The plaintiff is seeking an undetermined amount of relief.
Case number: 11-C-366
Winchester Medical Center vs. Randy G. Wasson
PA - Richard McGervey; J - Wilkes
* The plaintiff claims Wasson owes at least $148,002.35 plus $9,145.09 in interest for medical services and supplies provided to him in 2010.
Case number: 11-C-369
American Express Centurion Bank vs. Shirley J. White
PA - Paul Atkins; J - Silver
The bank claims White owes at least $26,797.30 plus interest on a past-due account.
Case number: 11-C-386
Kayla Michelle Schoppert vs. Joshua Robert Gosk and Katherine A. Gosk
PA - Eric Black; J - Wilkes
* The plaintiff claims that Joshua Gosk's negligence caused an accident on Feb. 17, 2010, when he was driving a vehicle owned by Katherine Gosk and collided with Schoppert's vehicle. He also was operating the vehicle with a suspended/revoked driver's license. The plaintiff suffered severe injuries, including a permanent injury to her left hand, as well as medical expenses, lost wages, pain and emotional distress. She is seeking at least $300,000 plus other relief.
Case number: 11-C-387