CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

by Chris Dickerson |
Oct. 26, 2012, 7:25am

Oct. 4
Kenneth D. Nelson and Susan Nelson vs. Worldwide Equipment Inc, Ace Truck Body Equipment Inc, Certified Power Inc and Henderson Products Inc.
PA-Harvey D. Peyton, Thomas H. Peyton; J-Leslie
* Kenneth Nelson was operating a 2010 Mack dump truck on Interstate 64 on Oct. 6, 2010. He was injured when the extended bed of the truck hit a bridge overpass in Hurricane. He seeks compensation for past and future pain and suffering, past and future medical expenses, lost earning and benefits, future lost earnings, wages and earning capacity, past and future mental anguish and distress, past and future aggravation, annoyance and inconvenience as well as past and future loss of enjoyment of life. His wife seeks compensation for loss of consortium. They seek compensatory damages, interests, court costs and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-309

Oct. 5
Yellowbook Inc. vs. All-State Home Solutions Inc. and Terri L. Williams
PA-John R. Keating; J-Stowers
* Yellowbook says the defendants have a combined balance due of $12,157.60 from placing ads in various phone books. It seeks that amount plus $1,686.49 in collection costs as well as interest and court costs.
Case number: 12-C-311

Oct. 10
Brian T. Racer vs. Macatac V Inc. dba McDonald's of St. Albans and McDonald's Corporation
PA-Richard E. Holtzapfel, David A. Holtzapfel; J-Stowers
* On Oct. 12, 2010, Racer was at the Hurricane McDonald's when the metal lid on the self-serve ice machine fell and hit him in the back of the head. The lid was 2-foot-by-2-foot and weighed 10 to 12 lbs. He says he experienced pain in the head, neck and shoulders as well as blurry vision and dizziness. He was taken to CAMC Teays Valley, where he was diagnosed with a head compression trauma known as a untractable cervical disc injury. He seeks compensatory damages, attorney fees, expenses and possible punitive damages.
Case number: 12-C-315

Sheila Roberto and Charles Roberto vs. Macatac IV Inc. dba Hurricane McDonald's
PA-Kendal E. Partlow, John C. Blair; J-Stowers
* Both plaintiffs say that on March 4, 2011, they consumed uncooked and/or undercooked Chicken McNuggets at the Hurricane McDonald's. They seek compensation for temporary or permanent bodily injuries, medical bills and related expenses, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, mental anguish, emotional distress, inability to conduct normal activities and loss of consortium. Charles Roberto also seeks compensation for lost wages and diminished future earning capacity. They seek compensatory damages, court costs, interest and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-318

Oct. 16
Thaxton Coal Company Inc. vs. Frasure Creek Mining LLC, Trinity Coal Corporation and Essar Minerals Inc.
PA-Walton S. Shepherd III; J-Leslie
* The plaintiff says the defendants haven't paid invoices totalling $86,400. It seeks that amount, pre- and post-judgment interest and other relief.
Case number: 12-C-321

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. American General Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Stowers
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-322

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-323

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Guardian Life Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Stowers
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-324

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Erie Family Life Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Stowers
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-325

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Great Western Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Stowers
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-326

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Pruco Life Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-327

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. United of Omaha Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-328

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. New York Life Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-329

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. American Income Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-330

John D. Perdue, Treasurer of the State of West Virginia vs. Western and Southern Life Insurance Co.
PA-Timothy Bailey, Fran Hughes; J-Leslie
* Perdue says the defendant company has violated the state Uniform Unclaimed Property Act for keeping proceeds due a beneficiary, rather than turn it over to his office, in order to continue making money from it.
Case number: 12-C-331

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