Kentucky firm accuses Double-Bonus Coal of owing unpaid debt

By Robert Hadley | Mar 10, 2016

BECKLEY — A Kentucky vendor is suing a customer in West Virginia for allegedly failing to pay money it owes for goods purchased in 2013.


BECKLEY — A Kentucky vendor is suing a customer in West Virginia for allegedly failing to pay money it owes for goods purchased in 2013.

Coalfield Lumber Co. filed a lawsuit Feb. 25 in Raleigh Circuit Court against Double-Bonus Coal Co., alleging breach of contract.

According to the complaint, Coalfield delivered various items to Double-Bonus at its mining operations in Pineville between July 2013 and January 2014. The suit says the total amount purchased was $83,886, which remains unpaid, despite attempts to collect the alleged debt.

Coalfield seeks a jury trial and recovery of the entire amount owed, plus pre- and post-judgment interest and litigation costs. It is represented by attorney Cecil C. Varney of Varney Law in Lovely, Kentucky.

Judge Robert A. Burnside Jr. is assigned to the case.

Raleigh Circuit Court Case number 16-C-105-B

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