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Huntington car wash owner claims city's failure to fix sewer lines caused damage to property

State Court

By Marian Johns | Aug 14, 2019


HUNTINGTON – A Huntington car wash owner is suing the city and its sanitary board over their alleged failure to fix and maintain sewer lines near the business, which resulted in damage to the property. 

According to the Cabell Circuit Court filing, plaintiff Kake LLC filed the complaint against the city of Huntington and the city of Huntington Sanitary Board alleging their carelessness and negligence in taking care of the sewer lines. 

Kake claims in the suit that sewer lines running near its car wash on Riverside Drive in Huntington have continued to fail and have been in need of repairs. Kale alleges the defendants have a responsibility to properly inspect, maintain and repair the lines and they have allegedly not done so.

Kake alleges its property sustained damages because of the discontinuities with the sewer lines.

The suit seeks compensation from the defendants for its alleged injuries and damages as well as punitive damages. Kake is represented by Paul E. Bister of Fredeking and Biser Law Offices of Huntington.

The case has been assigned to Circuit Judge Gregory L. Howard Jr.

Cabell Circuit Court case number 19-c-316

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