Logan County couple allege concrete company caused property damages

By Alexander Card | Jul 12, 2015

LOGAN--A Logan County woman and her husband are suing a Barboursville concrete company, alleging their house and property were damaged by the company during a bridge construction project.

Mary Craddock, and on behalf of her husband Robert Craddock, filed a lawsuit July 1 in Logan Circuit Court against Paul's Concrete Inc., alleging the company's quarrying activities caused damage to her home.

According to the complaint, on Jan. 13, 2014, Paul's Concrete began construction of a bridge between state Route 10 and the community of Henlawson near the Craddocks' home. The suit says the Craddock property vibrated and shook as the company quarried and broke up rock at the construction site. Although the Craddocks informed the company of the vibrations, the lawsuit states, construction continued, resulting in damages to the property.

The Craddocks seek damages for their property, as well as for emotional distress, inconvenience, annoyance and legal fees. They are represented by attorneys Douglas Witten, Donald Wandling and David Wandling of Avis, Witten & Wandling. The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge David Pancake.

Logan Circuit Court case number 15-c-196.

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