CHARLESTON – Two lawsuits have been filed against Silver Creek Charleston after the plaintiff claims two of Silver Creek’s businesses failed to pay nearly $30,000 for goods.
Silver Creek Charleston A LLC is doing business as Charleston Capital Hotel.
Silver Creek Charleston B LLC is doing business as Best Western.
Anil Patel was also named as a defendant in the suits.
On Jan. 21, 2015, Patel submitted credit applications to USFoods Inc. seeking to establish or maintain the ability of the corporate defendant to purchase goods and materials on creditor for both hotels, according to two complaints filed April 25 in Kanawha Circuit Court.
USFoods claims it accepted the applications and it charged the defendants reasonable prices for the products that the defendants promised to pay.
The defendants ordered goods from the plaintiffs and they received and accepted the goods, according to the suits.
USFoods claims the defendants have not paid in full for the goods and owes a total of $28,795.52.
The plaintiff is also entitled to receive interest on the amount at the agreed interest rate of 18 percent per annum to the past due balance, according to the suits.
USFoods is seeking judgment in the amount of $28,795.52 with attorneys fees in the amount of $3,849.42. It is being represented by John R. Keating of Amato Keating & Lessa PC.
The cases are assigned to Circuit Judge Charles King and Tod J. Kaufman.
Kanawha Circuit Court case number: 16-C-611, 16-C-612