Marshall County property owner alleges seller left property unsafe

By Philip Gonzales | Dec 28, 2016

MOUNDSVILLE — A Marshall County woman is suing the sellers of her property, alleging continuing tort and nuisance in leaving the property unsafe.

Lois Druschel of Glen Dale filed a lawsuit Dec. 14 in Marshall Circuit Court against Dr. Thomas O. Dickey, the estate of Mary Angela Dickey and John Doe, alleging they failed to remedy an unreasonably dangerous and unsafe condition on the property regarding sewage.

According to the complaint, since Dec. 15, 2014, the plaintiff's residence at 1953 Grandview Road, Glen Dale, which Druschel bought from the defendants, continues to experience significant and serious property damages due to sewer odors and sewage backup. 

As a result, the suit states, Druschel has been deprived of the use and enjoyment of her property. The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed to adequately repair, maintain and construct the sewage/drainage line and recklessly failed to disclose the defects with the property.

Druschel seeks trial by jury, judgment against defendants, jointly and severally, for compensatory damages and losses, money for repair of the property, consequential damages, plus interest and costs and all other proper relief. She is represented by attorney C. Christopher Hood of Hood Law Offices in Wheeling.

Marshall Circuit Court Case number 16-c-224

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