Oct. 12

Thelma Davis vs. PNGI Charles Town Gaming LLC, Cosmo Coach Line Ltd. and Connie Amos-Parsons d/b/a At Your Service Events Planner

PA-L. Lee Javins; J-David Sanders

* Plaintiff claims on Nov. 6, 2010, she was a passenger on motor coach visiting the Charles Town casino. Upon exiting the bus, plaintiff alleges she fell because the bus was not parked in the proper disembarkation zone and no staffers from the coach or the casino offered assistance or a temporary step, which she alleges they have in the past. Plaintiff alleges she was injured in the fall due to negligence and seeks judgment against all parties.

Case number: 12-C-408

Jeanette Moran vs. PNGI Charles Town Gaming

PA-L. Lee Javins; J-David Sanders

* Plaintiff alleges that on Nov. 20, 2010, while staying at the hotel adjacent to and owned by PNGI Charles Town Gaming, she rode a shuttle service provided by the casino. Plaintiff alleges she was in a motorized scooter when entering the shuttle and that the driver made no efforts to secure the scooter. Upon a hard brake during the travel, plaintiff alleges the scooter shot forward, she fell from the scooter and sustained physical injury. Plaintiff seeks punitive damages against defendant in an amount to be determined.

Case number: 12-C-409

Evelyn McDonough vs. Jefferson County Council on Aging and Amy Wellman

PA-David Hammer; J-David Sanders

* Plaintiff alleges that she was terminated from employment with the Jefferson County Council on Aging March 16, 2012, following reporting to her supervisor Wellman that she had received indications from her doctor that she potentially was suffering ovarian cancer. Plaintiff alleges motivation for firing violates the West Virginia Human Rights Act. Plaintiff also alleges that defendant did not pay final pay per time constraints outlined by the West Virginia code. Plaintiff sees reinstatement, back pay and any other damages to be determined.

Case number: 12-C-411

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