Electrician says customer owes for materials and services

By Robert Hadley | May 20, 2016

PRINCETON – A Mercer County electrical contractor is suing a customer for allegedly refusing to pay for work done at their headquarters building.

PRINCETON – A Mercer County electrical contractor is suing a customer for allegedly refusing to pay for work done at their headquarters building.

Christopher Miller, doing business as Ocean Electric, filed a lawsuit May 6 in Mercer Circuit Court against 220 Walker Princeton LLC and Todd Eichelberger, alleging breach of contract and fraud.


According to the complaint, Miller had installed wiring in part of the defendants’ building on South Walker Street in Princeton, with no issues regarding payment. However, the suit says Miller has yet to be paid for $9,100 of work he completed on the second half of the building, despite Eichelberger’s personal assurance that he would be reimbursed.

Miller seeks a jury trial, recovery of the $9,100 allegedly owed, plus compensatory damages to be determined by the jury. He is represented by attorney Harold B. Wolfe III in Princeton.

Mercer Circuit Court Case number 16-C-147-DS

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