CIVIL FILINGS: Lincoln County

By Harmon Marks | Jan 25, 2013

Nov. 16
Green Tree Servicing, LLC vs. Dulcie Tomblin, Michael and Nicole Davis; and Gregory and Angel Adkins
PA- Jason S. Long, Michael R. Proctor; J- Jay M. Hoke
* Green Tree asks to exercise its perfected security interest lien on manufactured home involving a defaulted loan contract balance owed by Tomblin. Her retail installment contract and security agreement was dated in May 1999 for $93,254, the complaint says, with $36,306 the principal amount left unpaid. Green Tree seeks Sheriff assistance for repossession, saying defendants refuse to vacate.
Case number: 12-C-137

Nov. 19
Patrick Ferguson, individually and as Administrator of estate of Jennings Ferguson vs. Robert Cochran and Charlie G. Hall
PA- Robert B. Kuenzel; J- Jay M. Hoke
* Complaint seeks jury judgment joint and severally against defendants, claiming wrongful death of Jennings Ferguson, a pedestrian struck by a vehicle traveling north on WV Route 10 near Midkiff on Sept. 24, 2011. Suit claims Robert Cochran negligently permitted Charlie G. Hall to drive his vehicle with knowledge that Hall did not have a driver's license. Description of mishap has Hall following a vehicle across centerline and fatally striking decedent "in the South lane of WV State Route 10." Patrick Ferguson wants funeral and related expenses; damages for sorrow, mental anguish and solace suffered; litigation costs; and pre-judgment interest on special damages. Charleston Attorney R. Ford Francis filed answer to complaint Jan. 11, noting, "The injuries and damages of which Plaintiff complains, if any, were not caused in any way by any wrongful or other act of the Defendant."
Case number: 12-C-152

Cecil I. Walker Machinery, Inc. vs. Down Under Construction, LLC and Robert D. Dingess
PA- Ryan S. Marsteller; J- Jay M. Hoke
* C.I. Walker Machinery claims Defendants have been unjustly enriched by $21,589 owed company for equipment rented and asks court to award that amount, plus pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs and further appropriate relief.
Case number: 12-C-153

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