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Rebekah Coal allegedly failed to pay Flemington man per agreement


By Carrie Bradon | Apr 10, 2019

GRAFTON – A Flemington man alleges a Thornton-based coal company failed to pay him money due under an agreement.

Timothy E. Corrothers filed a complaint in Taylor Circuit Court against Rebekah Coal Co. Inc., A. Blaine Jennings alleging breach of contract.

The suit states that the plaintiff entered into an agreement with the defendants on July 3, 2005, to jointly work together to remove coal from Sylvia Farm in Taylor County. The suit states the money remaining from the sale of coal after taxes, etc. were paid would be divided equally between the plaintiff and Rebekah.

The defendants allegedly have breached the contract by failing to pay the plaintiff what is owed to him and diverted the money for their own use.

The plaintiff is seeking all reasonable sums due, attorney fees and court costs and trial by jury. He is represented by C. Brian Matko and Hunter B. Mullens of Mullens & Mullens in Philippi.

Taylor Circuit Court case number 19-C-8

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