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Bank seeks payment on allegedly outstanding loans

By Robert Hadley | Mar 18, 2016


NEW CUMBERLAND – A bank is suing three Hancock County individuals and a company alleging they owe it more than $300,000 on an outstanding loans.

The Huntington National Bank filed a lawsuit in Hancock Circuit Court against Ecologic Environmental Services LLC, Frederick A. Lang IV, Kara Anne O’Karma and Christopher Orecchio, alleging breach of contract.

According to the complaint, Ecologic Environmental Services owes Huntington a total of $348,726 on two promissory notes from 2011 and 2013, respectively. The suit says Lang, O’Karma and Orecchio personally guaranteed the notes, and are liable for the entire amount owed.

The Huntington Bank seeks a judgment for $348,726.38, plus interest and litigation costs. It is represented by attorney Michael R. Proctor of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Morgantown. Judge James P. Mazzone is assigned to the case.

Hancock Circuit Court Case number 16-C-28

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