Gregory T. Williams vs. Wal-Mart Stores East, LP d/b/a Wal-Mart, Daniel White and Waymon Cougar
PA–Walt Auvil; J–Reed
*The plaintiff is suing the defendants for wrongful termination after he was first transferred from the Vienna location to the Ripley location following a June 2010 on-the-job injury and subsequently fired in September 2011 on allegations he failed to follow policies in apprehending shoplifters. He seeks unspecified damages, court costs and attorneys fee.
Case number: 12-C-417
William and Brenda Norris vs. Muse Associates, Inc., Youth Explosion, Inc. d/b/a Youth Explosion Ministries and Dunamis Concerts, Tim Smith, individually and d/b/a Youth Explosion, Inc. and Josh Collins, individually and d/b/a Bandwidth Company
PA–Arden J. Curry II; J–Beane
*The plaintiffs are suing the defendants for injuries William sustained to his left hand and fingers on Oct. 10, 2010, while allegedly helping set up loudspeakers for a contemporary Christian music concert. They seek unspecified damages, interest, attorneys fees and court costs.
Case number: 12-C-449
Kimberly Sue Flinn vs. T.W.J., Inc. d/b/a Emerson Ave., Foodland
PA–G. Bradley Frum; J–Beane
*The plaintiff, a Parkersburg resident, is suing the defendant for injuries she allegedly sustained on Oct. 10, 2010, after falling on water that accumulated on the floor. She seeks unspecified damages, and interest.
Case number: 12-C-485
West Virginia Human Rights Commission on behalf of Donovan White vs. Wharton Apartments, Inc. and Patricia J. Schultheiss
PA–Jamie S. Alley; J–Beane
*The plaintiff is suing the defendants for violations of the state Fair Housing Act for allegedly refusing to rent an apartment at their Liberty Street location in July 2011 and their 20th Street location in September 2011 because of his blindness. Along with unspecified damages, attorneys fees and court costs, it seeks an injunction ordering the defendants to cease and desist their discriminatory conduct.
Case number: 12-C-467
Virginia Morrison, as the administratrix of the estate of Theodore Russell Morrison, Sandra Tennant and Scott Blackwell vs. E.I. DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
PA–Kathy Brown; J–Reed, Waters and Beane
*The plaintiffs, residents of Wood County, are suing the defendant, a Wilmington, Del.-based company, for health problems either they or a relative allegedly incurred from drinking water that contained C-8 beyond acceptable levels discharged from the Washington Works plant. They seek unspecified damages, court costs attorneys fees and interest.
Case numbers 12-C-470-472
CIVIL FILINGS: Wood County
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