CIVIL FILINGS: Cabell County

By Kyla Asbury | Mar 22, 2013

Thunderbolt Holdings, Ltd. LLC vs. George D. Conard
PA- Clinton W. Smith; J- F. Jane Hustead
* U.S. Bank provided funds to the defendant in the amount of $89,227.12. Thunderbolt is the assignee of U.S. Bank. Conard has not repaid the funds provided, despite agreeing to do so, the suit claims. Thunderbolt is seeking judgment in the amount of $89,227.12 with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 13-C-153

March 13
Toni Redmiles vs. GM Financial d/b/a Americredit Financial Services Inc.
PA- Hoyt Glazer, Jed Nolan; J- F. Jane Hustead
* Redmiles claims she financed a 2006 Jeep Liberty through the defendant and in 2010, she suffered a financial hardship and the vehicle was repossessed. She claims she immediately contacted GM to arrange to have the vehicle returned once the arrearage was paid in full. However, once she paid off the arrearage, the defendant failed to take the steps necessary to ensure that she received the title to the vehicle, among other things, and violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act, the suit claims. Redmiles is seeking actual, general, statutory and punitive damages and a preliminary and permanent injunction enjoining the defendant from repossessing the vehicle.
Case number: 13-C-157

Mary Morgan Wise vs. Quality Magnetite LLC and Joseph Crisel
PA- J. Ryan Stewart; J- David M. Pancake
* On Aug. 23, 2011, Wise was operating a 2001 Honda Civic and was traveling westbound on U.S. 60 near the First Street intersection in Huntington when Crisel, who was operating a 1997 Ford F350 owned by Quality, improperly crossed U.S. 60 and crashed into the driver’s side of Wise’s vehicle, the suit claims. Wise is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 13-C-158

David F. Meadows and Lavern H. Meadows vs. Co-Ex Plastics Tooling Inc.
PA- Ronald J. Flora; J- F. Jane Hustead
* The plaintiffs and the defendant entered into a lease agreement in 1995. The plaintiffs claim the lease expired and the defendant became a holdover tenant and was to vacate the property by Dec. 31 or a monthly rental payment of $5,000 would be imposed. The defendant has allegedly failed to vacate the property and has failed to pay rental payments. The plaintiffs are seeking compensatory damages.
Case number: 13-C-161

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