The Docket: Circuit court roundup

City of Richmond:

John. L. Daniel v. John Doe #1 and Ghost Medical Transport Inc.  5/17/10
Plaintiff was riding in a van operated by John Doe #1 and Ghost Medical Transport, Inc. Plaintiff alleges that driver slammed on brakes and John Doe #2 had a duty to have secured his wheel chair, which he did not do. As a direct and approximate result, plaintiff sustained debilitating and permanent injuries. Plaintiff is seeking $25,000 plus costs.

W. Davey Crockett v.
Commonwealth of Virginia and Richard D. Holcomb, Commissioner of the DMV and Joe Doe 5/17/10
Plaintiff accuses DMV and its agents of a breach of its duties consisting of gross negligence and intentional wrongful acts committed by a co-conspirator employed by DMV. Plaintiff suffered a financial loss of $495,825.

Stephanie Robertson v. John Hajduk Jr. and State Electric Supply Co. 5/18/10

Plaintiff claims Hajduk carelessly, recklessly and negligently rear-ended her while the defendant was driving a truck for the benefit of State Electric Supply Co. As a passenger in the vehicle, the plaintiff was heading north on I-95. As a direct and proximate result of the crash, the plaintiff seeks $100,000 plus costs.

Robert B. Epps v. Amir Mwaa Frika McKinnon and RJ Reynolds Tobacco 5/19/10
Plaintiff claims defendant, Amier Mwaa Frika McKinnon carelessly, recklessly and negligently operated a motor vehicle on the streets while being employed by R.J. Reynolds causing severe and permanent damage and medical problems now and in the future. Asking for $1 million plus costs.

Travis S. Jeffries v. Wherry Renovations, LLC and Michael F. Wherry 5/24/10
Plaintiff was operating a motor vehicle on Broad street where he stopped his vehicle behind another driver at a red light. Plaintiff claims the defendant rear ended him. Plaintiff is asking for $398,912.78 plus costs.

Blanch Jones v. Wal-Mart Stores East 5/24/10
Plaintiff slipped and fell on a foreign substance that was on the floor and is seeking $50,000 plus costs.

Steven Smith v. Jorge Roque and Sunset Trucking Corp. 5/25/10
Plaintiff says he was driving North on I-95 when the defendant’s tractor trailer struck and collided with his vehicle causing a crash. Plaintiff is asking for $350,000 plus costs.

Colonial Webb Contractors Co. v. Rockwood Inc. 5/24/10
Plaintiff and defendant had written contracts where plaintiff provided services to defendant and is claiming breach of contracts amounting to $218,152.51 plus costs.

Katherine Condrey v. William S. Foster and John Doe and Hix Heating and Air Conditioning  5/28/10
Motor vehicle suit for the amount of $750,000

Chesterfield County

Taylor Construction Services T/A Heating &Air Inc. v. Zarembi Metropolitan Midlothian, LLC and Magna Group, LLC and Watkins Center Development Authority and B&B Building Systems Inc. and Joseph Kelley
Plaintiff is a residential and commercial construction builder. Zarembi Metropolitan Midlothian is the owner of a restaurant called Red, Hot Blue. The other defendants have placed memorandums of mechanic’s liens upon the property of SMM. Plaintiff has also filed a memorandum of mechanic’s liens against Magna Group, LLC, claiming that the plaintiff provided labor, materials and completed all the work except for minor and final adjustments. Two of the defendants have failed and refused to refund plaintiff for labor and materials. Plaintiff claims breach of contract and is asking for $42,650 plus costs.

O’Toole Distribution, Inc. D/B/A Pella Windows & Doors v. Calvin C. Collins Contractor Inc. and Robert T. Collins  5/19/10

Plaintiff claims defendant owes a remaining balance to Pella Windows for building materials. Plaintiff is asking for $30,006.06 plus fees and costs.

Encore Performing Arts Studio v. Lauren Caddell 5/20/10
Plaintiff alleges defendant decided to end her employment with their dance studio and then the defendant went to her dance students at Encore and encouraged them to sign up to take dance lessons at another studio, which was upsetting to plaintiff’s students and parents. Plaintiff is seeking that Caddell stop violating her employment contract with Encore and her common law duty of loyalty with Encore.

Welding Process and Mechanical Inc. v. Process Welding & Piping, Inc.

Plaintiff claims his company made loans to the defendant by check and wire transfers in the amount of $98,577. Defendant made a partial payment of $20,000. Plaintiff also has two contracts for performance of certain labor by his employees to the benefit of the defendant amounting to $3,487. Plaintiff is seeking the total debt of $82,064 plus interest and costs.

Henrico County

Melissa A. Vance v. TVRA, Inc. and Swim Metro Management 5/13/10
Plaintiff was helping with preparations for a end-of-the-year pool party. Plaintiff claims a wooden panel that provided coverage and access to a hole in the ground housing a drainage pump gave way and she fell in. The plaintiff states TYRA, Inc., as owner and operator and Swim Metro Management, had a duty to maintain premises in a reasonably safe condition. Plaintiff suffers serious and permanent bodily injuries, severe physical pain, mental anguish and lost wages, she alleges. Plaintiff is asking for $200,000 plus costs.

SunTrust Bank v. Kauffman Consulting Solutions 5/17/10
Plaintiff claims defendant still owes and is seeking relief for $86,1000 plus interest and costs.

Blakemore Construction Corporation v. Y-Y & E, LLC 5/18/10
Plaintiff alleges defendant was provided credit for a total bill of $243,656 for the provision of bone and surface asphalt to real property. Breach of Contract.

Cristi Louise Perry F/K/A Cristi Crenshaw v. Allied Interstate Inc. 5/19/10

Plaintiff claims she took out a pay-day loan for $535 and paid it off on June 2005. She lot her receipt. Plaintiff alleges defendant kept calling her work and her mom after she repeatedly asked them not to call. She claims that during those calls, the defendant would not identify who he was except to say he was a debt collector. Plaintiff claims defendant violated the FDCPA by threatening to put her in jail, by calling work and her mom with more threatening and harassing conduct. Plaintiff is seeking $25,000 plus costs.

Gary A. Wright v. I.C. System, Inc. 5/19/10

Plaintiff claims defendant kept harassing him over a debt that he did not owe. Plaintiff states he told the defendant that he was Gary A. Wright but he had never lived at the address from where the debt occurred. Plaintiff states defendant called one or two times a day with demands for payment and that violated the FDCPA. Plaintiff is asking for $25,000.

Residex, LLC v. Global Services and Trade Corp. & LS2 Inc. 5/21/10
Plaintiff distributes pest control products. LS2 Inc. operates through Global Service & Trade Corp. to provide security and defense solutions. Plaintiff claims LS2 Inc. stopped paying on order for products 18 months ago. On each bill, it clearly states that payment is due in 30 days. Plaintiff is seeking $45,151 plus interest and costs.

Apex System Inc. v. Meghan K. Dolan
Plaintiff is a staffing firm. Defendant was an account manager for the company. The account manager contacts and interacts with customers. The defendant now works for Tek Partners, a direct competitor. Plaintiff claims defendant directly and/or indirectly divulged confidential information and/or trade secrets and as a direct and proximate result, the plaintiff suffered and will suffer irreparable harm and severe damage to business. Plaintiff is asking for monetary damages proven at trial.

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City of Richmond:

John. L. Daniel v. John Doe #1 and Ghost Medical Transport Inc.  5/17/10
Plaintiff was riding in a van operated by John Doe #1 and Ghost Medical Transport, Inc. Plaintiff alleges that driver slammed on brakes and John Doe #2 had a duty to have secured his wheel chair, which he did not do. As a direct and approximate result, plaintiff sustained debilitating and permanent injuries. Plaintiff is seeking $25,000 plus costs.

W. Davey Crockett v.
Commonwealth of Virginia and Richard D. Holcomb, Commissioner of the DMV and Joe Doe 5/17/10
Plaintiff accuses DMV and its agents of a breach of its duties consisting of gross negligence and intentional wrongful acts committed by a co-conspirator employed by DMV. Plaintiff suffered a financial loss of $495,825.

Stephanie Robertson v. John Hajduk Jr. and State Electric Supply Co. 5/18/10

Plaintiff claims Hajduk carelessly, recklessly and negligently rear-ended her while the defendant was driving a truck for the benefit of State Electric Supply Co. As a passenger in the vehicle, the plaintiff was heading north on I-95. As a direct and proximate result of the crash, the plaintiff seeks $100,000 plus costs.

Robert B. Epps v. Amir Mwaa Frika McKinnon and RJ Reynolds Tobacco 5/19/10
Plaintiff claims defendant, Amier Mwaa Frika McKinnon carelessly, recklessly and negligently operated a motor vehicle on the streets while being employed by R.J. Reynolds causing severe and permanent damage and medical problems now and in the future. Asking for $1 million plus costs.

Travis S. Jeffries v. Wherry Renovations, LLC and Michael F. Wherry 5/24/10
Plaintiff was operating a motor vehicle on Broad street where he stopped his vehicle behind another driver at a red light. Plaintiff claims the defendant rear ended him. Plaintiff is asking for $398,912.78 plus costs.

Blanch Jones v. Wal-Mart Stores East 5/24/10
Plaintiff slipped and fell on a foreign substance that was on the floor and is seeking $50,000 plus costs.

Steven Smith v. Jorge Roque and Sunset Trucking Corp. 5/25/10
Plaintiff says he was driving North on I-95 when the defendant’s tractor trailer struck and collided with his vehicle causing a crash. Plaintiff is asking for $350,000 plus costs.

Colonial Webb Contractors Co. v. Rockwood Inc. 5/24/10
Plaintiff and defendant had written contracts where plaintiff provided services to defendant and is claiming breach of contracts amounting to $218,152.51 plus costs.

Katherine Condrey v. William S. Foster and John Doe and Hix Heating and Air Conditioning  5/28/10
Motor vehicle suit for the amount of $750,000

Chesterfield County

Taylor Construction Services T/A Heating &Air Inc. v. Zarembi Metropolitan Midlothian, LLC and Magna Group, LLC and Watkins Center Development Authority and B&B Building Systems Inc. and Joseph Kelley
Plaintiff is a residential and commercial construction builder. Zarembi Metropolitan Midlothian is the owner of a restaurant called Red, Hot Blue. The other defendants have placed memorandums of mechanic’s liens upon the property of SMM. Plaintiff has also filed a memorandum of mechanic’s liens against Magna Group, LLC, claiming that the plaintiff provided labor, materials and completed all the work except for minor and final adjustments. Two of the defendants have failed and refused to refund plaintiff for labor and materials. Plaintiff claims breach of contract and is asking for $42,650 plus costs.

O’Toole Distribution, Inc. D/B/A Pella Windows & Doors v. Calvin C. Collins Contractor Inc. and Robert T. Collins  5/19/10

Plaintiff claims defendant owes a remaining balance to Pella Windows for building materials. Plaintiff is asking for $30,006.06 plus fees and costs.

Encore Performing Arts Studio v. Lauren Caddell 5/20/10
Plaintiff alleges defendant decided to end her employment with their dance studio and then the defendant went to her dance students at Encore and encouraged them to sign up to take dance lessons at another studio, which was upsetting to plaintiff’s students and parents. Plaintiff is seeking that Caddell stop violating her employment contract with Encore and her common law duty of loyalty with Encore.

Welding Process and Mechanical Inc. v. Process Welding & Piping, Inc.

Plaintiff claims his company made loans to the defendant by check and wire transfers in the amount of $98,577. Defendant made a partial payment of $20,000. Plaintiff also has two contracts for performance of certain labor by his employees to the benefit of the defendant amounting to $3,487. Plaintiff is seeking the total debt of $82,064 plus interest and costs.

Henrico County

Melissa A. Vance v. TVRA, Inc. and Swim Metro Management 5/13/10
Plaintiff was helping with preparations for a end-of-the-year pool party. Plaintiff claims a wooden panel that provided coverage and access to a hole in the ground housing a drainage pump gave way and she fell in. The plaintiff states TYRA, Inc., as owner and operator and Swim Metro Management, had a duty to maintain premises in a reasonably safe condition. Plaintiff suffers serious and permanent bodily injuries, severe physical pain, mental anguish and lost wages, she alleges. Plaintiff is asking for $200,000 plus costs.

SunTrust Bank v. Kauffman Consulting Solutions 5/17/10
Plaintiff claims defendant still owes and is seeking relief for $86,1000 plus interest and costs.

Blakemore Construction Corporation v. Y-Y & E, LLC 5/18/10
Plaintiff alleges defendant was provided credit for a total bill of $243,656 for the provision of bone and surface asphalt to real property. Breach of Contract.

Cristi Louise Perry F/K/A Cristi Crenshaw v. Allied Interstate Inc. 5/19/10

Plaintiff claims she took out a pay-day loan for $535 and paid it off on June 2005. She lot her receipt. Plaintiff alleges defendant kept calling her work and her mom after she repeatedly asked them not to call. She claims that during those calls, the defendant would not identify who he was except to say he was a debt collector. Plaintiff claims defendant violated the FDCPA by threatening to put her in jail, by calling work and her mom with more threatening and harassing conduct. Plaintiff is seeking $25,000 plus costs.

Gary A. Wright v. I.C. System, Inc. 5/19/10

Plaintiff claims defendant kept harassing him over a debt that he did not owe. Plaintiff states he told the defendant that he was Gary A. Wright but he had never lived at the address from where the debt occurred. Plaintiff states defendant called one or two times a day with demands for payment and that violated the FDCPA. Plaintiff is asking for $25,000.

Residex, LLC v. Global Services and Trade Corp. & LS2 Inc. 5/21/10
Plaintiff distributes pest control products. LS2 Inc. operates through Global Service & Trade Corp. to provide security and defense solutions. Plaintiff claims LS2 Inc. stopped paying on order for products 18 months ago. On each bill, it clearly states that payment is due in 30 days. Plaintiff is seeking $45,151 plus interest and costs.

Apex System Inc. v. Meghan K. Dolan
Plaintiff is a staffing firm. Defendant was an account manager for the company. The account manager contacts and interacts with customers. The defendant now works for Tek Partners, a direct competitor. Plaintiff claims defendant directly and/or indirectly divulged confidential information and/or trade secrets and as a direct and proximate result, the plaintiff suffered and will suffer irreparable harm and severe damage to business. Plaintiff is asking for monetary damages proven at trial.

The legal roundup is a new section for RBS. Please send suggestions to [email protected]

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Linda J Stevens
Linda J Stevens
11 years ago

Love the new legal roundup!