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Hauling service alleges coal mining company owes $150,000


By Kristine Gonzales-Abella | Aug 29, 2018

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CHARLESTON — A Nicholas County hauling service is suing a Kanawha County coal mining company, alleging it owes more than $150,000 for breach of contract.

Clay Trucking Inc. filed a complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against WWMV LLC, alleging failure to pay the plaintiff for hauling services.

According to the complaint, WMMV contracted with Clay Trucking to provide coal-hauling services and the defendant agreed to pay certain amount of money for such services. As of Aug. 22, 2015, the suit says, the amount of $150,139.91 remains unpaid. 

Clay Trucking alleges WWMV has failed and refuses to pay the amounts due to plaintiff.

Clay Trucking seeks trial by jury, damages of $150,139.91, plus pre-judgment interest, costs and attorney fees. It is represented by attorney Gregory W. Sproles of Summersville.

Kanawha Circuit Court case number 18C-858

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