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Wheeling resident alleges Danny Sullivan Excavating failed to reinstall appropriate water barrier at curb

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By Carrie Bradon | Sep 3, 2019

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WHEELING – A Wheeling resident alleges a contractor for a sewer project on her street failed to properly reinstall a barrier in place to prevent water from entering her property.

Susan K. Moore filed a complaint in Ohio Circuit Court against Danny Sullivan Excavating LLC alleging negligence.

The suit states that the defendant was a contractor for the Mozart Sanitary Sewer Extension Project. The plaintiff alleges in the 1960s, her father had a 6-inch tall concrete curb installed at her property to keep rain or melting snow from entering it. The plaintiff alleges the defendant dug up the curb and failed to install any barrier to replace it. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendant placed a rounded hump barrier of asphalt on the side of the road to keep water from entering her property, but she alleges it is unsightly and does not do as good of a job as the previous curb.

The plaintiff is seeking all reasonable sums due, attorney fees and court costs. The plaintiff is represented by Ronald Wm Kasserman of Kasserman Law Offices PLLC in Wheeling.

The case has been assigned to Judge Ronald Wilson.

Ohio Circuit Court case number 19-C-169

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