CIVIL FILINGS: Monongalia County

By Donna K. Carlson | Dec 9, 2011

Nov. 28
Russell and Suzanne Kitchen vs. Morgantown Utility Board
PA-Kelly Reed; J-NA
* The Kitchens allege that due to MUB's negligently designed, constructed and maintained sanitary sewer system, their home was flooded with raw sewage. As a result, their home and personnel belongings were severly damaged. They are seeking compensatory damages, pre judgement interest, costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 11-C-745

Nov. 29
Darin and Sarif Arnold vs. Morgantown Utility Board
PA-Kelly Reed; J-NA
* The Arnolds seek judgment against MUB for a negligently designed, constructed and maintained sanitary sewer system that caused their house to flood with raw sewage. Their home and personal belongings were extensively damaged. They are seeking compensatory damages, pre judgment interest, cost and attorney fees.
Case number: 11-C-749

Carol Miller vs. GP-Mountaineer, Jager Management and The Senior Monongalians Inc.
PA-John Angotti; J-NA
* Miller is seeking damages for injuries she received due to the state of disrepair to the entrance area and sidewalk to the Monongalia County Senior Citizen's Center.
Case number: 11-C-750

Nov. 30
Nick and Jill Pirillo vs. PNC Mortgage Corporation
PA-John Barrett; J-NA
* The Pirillos contacted PNC bank to ask about lowering their loan's interest rate. They were informed by PNC they would be eligible for a loan modification if they fell three months behind in their mortgage payments, and PNC told them to stop making their mortgage payments. Shortly thereafter, PNC started foreclosure on their loan. After two years, the Pirillo's and PNC entered into a loan modification. As part of the modification, PNC charged attorney fees of $1471.66 which is prohibited by West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act. The Pirillo's seek class certification on all counts, with an award to all class members including civil penalties, damages, compensatory damages, interest, costs and attorney fees; a declaration that PNC breached the parties' contract, a single civil penalty of $4600, cancellation or a refund of the attorney fees of $1471.66, costs, pre and post judgment interest.
Case number: 11-C-751

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