PAR Properties, LLC vs. J.P. King Auction Company, First American Title Insurance and Golden and Amos, LLC
PA–Robert F. Stein, Jr.; J–Nibert
*The plaintiff, a West Columbia real estate holding company, is suing the defendants for alleged breach of contract in failing to surrender to them half of the $50,000 in earnest money, First American, a Santa Ana, Calif.-based business, and Golden and Amos, a Parkersburg law firm, placed into escrow from a perspective buyer who successfully bid on property PAR sold at public auction on May 14, 2011, via J.P. King, a Gadsden, Ala.-based business, but who later defaulted. It seeks judgment against the defendants for an amount sufficient to reimburse and compensate them for the lost earnest money, plus interest, court costs and attorneys fee.
Case number: 12-C-150
In re: The matter of Austin Day, a minor
*Ulysses Collins petitions the court to approve settlement of a claim made by Robert Day for medical costs incurred by his son, Austin, who was struck by vehicle driven by Collins on Feb. 9. From the proposed $100,000 settlement, $33,527.01 would go to Day’s attorney, John P. O’Neil, for his legal fees and expenses, and $6,356.11 to the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services to settle a subrogation lien. From the net proceeds, $57,000 would be deposited into a structured settlement with Pacific Life and Annuity, and the remainder would be kept by O’Neil to use for Austin’s benefit until he turns 18-years-old.
Case number: 12-C-151
Shelly K. Adkins, individually, and as the executrix of the estate of Glen Allen Adkins vs. Minnesota Life Insurance Company, The Ohio Valley Bank Company and Freida Greathouse
PA–Scott Segal; J–Nibert
*The plaintiff is suing the defendants for breach of contract for allegedly denying and rescinding insurance polices Glen purchased on Dec. 18, 2009, and March 11, 2011. She seeks unspecified damages, attorneys fees, court costs and interest.
Case number: 12-C-155