CHARLESTON — A St. Albans woman is suing local government units, alleging their negligence caused her to suffer property damages.
Miranda Dillon filed a lawsuit Sept. 2 in Kanawha Circuit Court against the city of St. Albans and the St. Albans Municipal Utility Commission, alleging the defendants breached their duty to keep repair and maintenance work free from nuisance.
According to the complaint, on Dec. 2, 2015, the defendants' wrongful acts caused Dillon to sustain property damage at 407 Hansford St., St, Albans, and health issues with her body, plus loss of enjoyment of life. The plaintiff alleges the defendants negligently performed construction and maintenance of sewage lines near Dillon's property and failed to keep proper maintenance and prevent nuisance to the plaintiff.
Dillon seeks trial by jury, judgment against defendants, jointly or severally, compensatory damages, plus costs and interest, pre- and post-judgment interest and any further relief. She is represented by attorneys Marvin W. Masters and Roger A, Decanio of The Masters Law Firm LC in Charleston.
Kanawha Circuit Court Case number 16-c-1355