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Security equipment provider alleges fire protection equipment supplier owes $7,500

By Philip Gonzales | Oct 7, 2016

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PRINCETON — A Mercer County provider of security equipment is suing a Princeton fire protection equipment supplier, alleging it owes more than $7,500. 

Security Equipment Supply Inc. filed a lawsuit Sept. 12 in Mercer Circuit Court against Appalachian Fire & Security LLC, alleging violation of the West Virginia Code.

According to the complaint, Security Equipment Supply has sold security equipment to the defendant in the amount of $7,507.87. The plaintiff alleges Appalachian Fire & Security has failed and refused to make payment for the past due account.

Security Equipment Supply seeks trial by jury, judgment for $7,507.87, plus pre-judgment interest and court costs. It is represented by attorneys James B. Atkins, Paul S. Atkins and Bree Whipp Ogle of Atkins & Ogle Law Offices LC in Buffalo.

Mercer Circuit Court Case number 16-c-303

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