Mary Ann Pritt vs. Burdette Camping Center Inc.
PA- Robert D. Cline Jr., Robert A. Campbell, Letisha A. Bika; J- Phillip Stowers
* On June 16, 2011, Pritt says she was a business invitee on the defendant's property when she went inside a camper to have a look around. She claims while she was touring the camper it began to roll across the parking lot. Fearing the camper would roll over a hillside, Pritt ran to the front of the camper and jumped out the door, which caused her to sustain injuries, according to the suit. Pritt is seeking compensatory and punitive damages with pre- and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 13-C-106
Elmo McClure and Barbara McClure vs. Chase Bank USA N.A.
PA- Benjamin Sheridan
* The McClures claim the defendant violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act by placing telephone calls after it was aware they were being represented by counsel. The McClures are seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 13-C-108
Harold Woods and Donna Adkins-Woods vs. BB&T
PA- Benjamin Sheridan
* The plaintiffs claim the defendant violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit and Protection Act by placing telephone calls after it was aware they were being represented by counsel. The Woodses are seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 13-C-110
Jason Kerr vs. City of Hurricane and the City of Hurricane Police Department
PA- Stephen P. New, Stephen B. Farmer, Matthew H. Nelson; J- Phillip Stowers
* Kerr was hired by the defendants as an officer/patrolman in September 2008 and in May 2010, he was promoted and/or reclassified as a patrolman/K-9 officer. Kerr claims during his tenure as a patrolman/K-9 officer, he has not been compensated for any time spent grooming, training or caring for the dog, despite previous officers being compensated. Kerr is seeking judgment for a sum of money equal to the value of all unpaid wages in accordance with the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act; liquidated damages as provided by FLSA and WVWPCA; and compensatory and punitive damages.
Case number: 13-C-121