The Docket: Circuit Court Roundup for 9.8.10


City of Richmond

Chenelle Oates And Akila Bonner And Melodie Goode v. Creative Hairdressers, Inc. t/a Hair Cuttery And Joyce Taylor, Manager: Defamation
Plaintiffs state they were employees of the defendants and were fired amid allegations of theft. Plaintiffs claim they were told that they were caught on tape committing this crime, but no tape was ever presented to them and no legal prosecution was ever attempted. Plaintiffs also claim that the defendant boasted about how she got rid of them.
Lawyer: Joseph E. Grove from the firm Grove & Associates.
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003417

Jean K. Walker v. National Union Fire Insurance Company Of Pittsburgh, PA And Chartis, Inc.: Personal Injury
Plaintiff claims she was injured when an employee of Van Go Inc., of Richmond improperly strapped her wheel chair that she was sitting in, into a lift that would take her inside their medical transportation van causing her to fall off the lift and was physically hurt. Plaintiff wants $25,000.
Lawyer: Joanne L. Suyes from Marks & Harrison
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003418

Hull Properties, LLC v. Michael C. Campbell, Individually and Officially And Dominion Realty Partners, LLC And Vistas On The James, LLC And Dominion Partners, LLC And Vista On The James Condominium Owners: Fraud
Plaintiff claims misrepresentation and fraud against the defendants and wants $3 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Richard C. Ferris from the firm Ferris & Ferris
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003424

Franchon Wilkins v. Rainbow Apparel Distribution Center Corporation D/B/A Rainbow Apparel Companies also D/B/A Rainbow USA, Inc. And Angela Cris Gault And Linda Wallace And Desiree Morgan And Latonya Dabney: Defamation
Plaintiff states he was an employee of the defendants and was terminated in August, 2009. Plaintiff claims he was falsely accused of stealing and embezzlement by the defendants and wants $3,000,000 in compensatory damages and $1,000,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Tim Schulte from Shelley & Schulte
08/10/2010  ,  CL10003431

Jackie Sacchell v. Jimmy Jones And Eric Johnson And Enron 12, LLC And Bob Davis And Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims RRHA owned and rented a dwelling where the defendants improperly repaired steps by installing a board without properly securing it to the frame of the stairway. Plaintiff claims he fell, injured himself and wants $950,000.
Lawyer: ; Robert W. O’Neal, Esq. of Cannella & O’Neal
08/11/2010  ,  CL10003456

Gregory Kaplan, PLC, a Virginia professional limited liability corporation v. Pohlig Box Factory, LLC, a Virginia limited liability company: Breach of Contract
Plaintiff claims the defendant has not paid and wants $33,667.47.
Lawyer: Thomas Junker of Gregory Kaplan
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003541

Leona Williams v. Richmond Affordable Housing, et als: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she fell on snow and ice on the property of the defendant’s and wants $500,000.
Lawyer: Emrock & Kilduff
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003543

MGT Construction Management, Inc v. 3301 Norfolk Street, LLC, et als: Enforcement of Memorandum of Mechanic’s Lien
Plaintiff claims he did subcontracting work for the defendant and was not paid. Plaintiff states he filed a Memorandum of Mechanic’s Lien and wants it enforced so that he can get a judgment from the defendant for $137,154.
Lawyer: Mark C. Nanavati of Sinnott Nuckolls & Logan
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003553

Priscilla Villines v. Walgreen Co.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she was walking in the defendant’s place of business and fell on a coupon book. Plaintiff wants $250,000.
Lawyer: Michael J. Johnson of Simone & Miller
08/17/2010  ,  CL10003556

Pamela Clark v. Food Lion, Inc.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she was walking by the Pepsi Cola machine, slipped on water that had leaked from it and fell. Plaintiff is asking for $75,000.
Lawyer: Robert W. O’Neal of Canella & O’Neal
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003565

Rhonda K. Hamilton v. Landmark Property Services, Inc. And Matchpoint Associates.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff states she was a tenant at Matchpoint Apartments. Plaintiff claims she was walking in the hallway where, with out warning, fell on water that had backed up on the floor. Plaintiff is seeking $100,000.
Lawyer: Emrock & Kilduff
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003571

Kasper Mortgage Capital, LLC v. BTP Boulevard Square, LLC: Breach of Contract

Plaintiff claims the defendant contacted them requesting assistance in qualifying for obtaining certification and syndication of the Virginia State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits that were associated with the defendant renovating his historic property. The plaintiff claims the defendant wanted their help so they could open a movie theatre named Bow Tie Cinemas. Plaintiff wants $184,725.60 for lost profits. You can read more about that in an RBS story here.
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003577

Rose Fault And Markita Williams-Jones v. Silk Trading Company And Mark A. Novick: Harassment

Plaintiffs claim they were subjected to acts of intimidation and harassment that were motivated by racial animosity. Plaintiffs want $1,300,000 in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Vickey A. Verwey
08/19/2010  ,  CL10003592

Jiggar Vora v. Shree Arihant Of Richmond, Inc. And Yunus Vohra, individually And Bharat Shah, individually: Fraud

Plaintiff claims fraud and wants the rescission of his franchise lease agreement, damages of $100,000 which represents his security agreement and an additional $100,000 for fraud in the inducement.
Lawyer: Archibald Wallace, III from the firm WallacePledger
08/19/2010  ,  CL10003603

Chesterfield County

James Breissinger And Linda Breissinger v. Bighead Inc. d/b/a Pine Tree Homes And Daniels Heating And Refrigeration: Breach of Contract
Plaintiffs state they contracted Bighead (BH), Inc. to construct a new home for them. Daniels Heating And Refrigeration (Daniels) was a subcontractor for BH. Plaintiffs claim the heating and air conditioning was installed by an unknown employee of Daniels and that the system was defective and unsafe for the improvement of real property and to them. Plaintiffs state the air samples taken from the system indicated high levels of fungal species and caused personal injury to Linda Breissinger.  Plaintiffs want $150,000 against both defendants for property damage, costs of repairs, costs of remedial value of personal property and Linda Breissinger wants $750,000 against Daniels for personal injury.
Lawyer: Robert H. Smallberg, from the The Metropolitan Law Center
08/11/2010  ,  CL10002224

Larry C. Foreman; Henry W. McLaughlin, Esq. of The Henry C. McLaughlin Law Office, PC v.
PNC Mortgage, A Division Of PNC Bank, N.A.: Foreclosure Not Valid

Plaintiff claims he has an FHA Mortgage and before it can be foreclosed, it has to be permitted by a FHA requirement. Plaintiff wants a declaratory judgment because he claims the plaintiff was not entitled to a foreclose sale.
08/11/2010  ,  CL10002226

Martha Chartier v. Allergan, Inc. And Allergan USA, Inc. And John Does 1-25: Personal Injury-Botox
Plaintiff claims that after her third injection treatment from the prescription medication Botox, she sustained an immediate and then progressive immune reaction and eventually required hospitalization and medical care. Plaintiff wants $1,000,000 in compensatory damages and $300,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Stephen W. Bricker of Bricker Anderson, P.C.
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002400

Branders Bridge, LLC v. Emerald Builders, LLC: Exercise of Design Control

Plaintiff want the Court to make the defendant comply with the covenants and restrictions of the subdivision so that the new homes the defendant will build will not lower the property value and will conform to the rest of the subdivision standards. The plaintiff rejected the original proposal from the defendants through their use of controlling the designs of new home stated within the covenants and restrictions of their subdivision.
Lawyer: ; William C. Bischoff from the firm Stallings & Bischoff
08/30/2010  ,  CL10002414

Timothy L. Carter a/ka/a Timothy Leon Carter; Petition For Disbursement Of Impleaded Funds
Plaintiff states that there were left over funds do him after the foreclosure sale of his house. Per the court case CL1000-1803, the Substitute Trustee, Robert B. Hill concluded that funds remaining after all liens were paid from the foreclosure, belonged to Timothy Carter and they could not locate him. The Substitute Trustee asked the Clerk of Circuit Court to hold the funds until Timothy Carter claimed them. Timothy Carter is now petitioning the Court for these unclaimed funds in the amount of $17,128.55.
09/01/2010  ,  CL10002436
Lawyer: Peter A. Nikas

Henrico County

Melissa A. Nance v. TVRA, Inc. And Swim Metro Management, Inc. And John Doe, as an individual and/or John Doe, as a corporation or other entity: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff states she was in the TVRA’s pool yard assisting with the preparation of the end of the summer pool party. Plaintiff claims she was securing decorations to the fence and gate at the baby pool when she fell in to a hole. Plaintiff claims because the wood access panel gave way in the hole, she plunged into the subterranean drain pump area, became wedged up to her hips with her legs trapped against the pump housing beneath. Plaintiff wants $200,000.
Lawyer: James Nick Kessel of Marks & Harrison.
08/20/2010  ,  CL10002415

Douglas T. Gray, III v. Richfield Associates, LLC And Blackwood Development Company, Inc. And James River Grounds Management, Inc.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims he was walking on the parking lot leaving Shackleford’s Restaurant in the Gleneagles Shopping Center and slipped on the remaining snow from a snow storm. Plaintiff wants $5 million.
Lawyer: Suzette L. Hutchens of Hutchens & Hutchens
08/24/2010  ,  CL10002436

Worth Higgins And Associates, Inc. v. The Swan Group, LLC: Breach of Contract

Plaintiff claim the defendant has not paid the total balance due on their invoices and wants $12,676.00.
Lawyer: Patricia M. Wood of Meyer, Goergen & Marrs, P.C.
08/24/2010  ,  CL10002437

Gloria Michelle Leonard v. Chrysler Group, LLC: Breach of Contract
Plaintiff states she realized that the warranties on her 2007 Dodge Charger she leased did not conform to her contract because of the defects that were on the vehicle. Plaintiff wants $25,000.
Lawyer: Patricia Michaels Anderson
08/25/2010  ,  CL10002447

Frederic A. Green And Barbara Griffin a/k/a Barbara McManus, jointly And Frederick A. Green, individually v. MBRLL, LLC And Randolph B. Martin a/k/a Randy Martin, et als: Property Damages

Plaintiff’s claim that as a result of exposure to unhealthy and excessive levels of mold and other contaminates contained in their rental home located at 2800 Woods Drive, they have suffered damages. Plaintiffs are asking for $35,000in property damages plus treble damages and $150,000 in compensatory damages plus treble damages.
Lawyer: David S. Bliley of The Environmental Legal Group
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002469

Edward P. Donbrosky And Betco Construction, Inc. v. Ryan Browning, Executor of the Estate of William W. Browning, Jr., Deceased: Estate Liability
Plaintiff states that he owns 1/3 of Betco’s stocks and the decedent owned 2/3 Betco’s stock. Plaintiff claims that Betco has $388,187.58 worth of liabilities-debt and wants the estate to pay the 2/3 of this debt in the amount of $258,791.72.
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002475

Carlton C. Bailey, Sr.; John H. Click, Jr., Esq. of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click, P.C. v. The Fresh Market, Inc.: Slip and Fall
From the defendant’s neglect, the plaintiff claims he fell to the ground at the defendant’s place of business
injuring his shoulder, rotator cuff, knee and other parts of his body. Plaintiff wants $200,000.
08/31/2010  ,  CL10002500

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City of Richmond

Chenelle Oates And Akila Bonner And Melodie Goode v. Creative Hairdressers, Inc. t/a Hair Cuttery And Joyce Taylor, Manager: Defamation
Plaintiffs state they were employees of the defendants and were fired amid allegations of theft. Plaintiffs claim they were told that they were caught on tape committing this crime, but no tape was ever presented to them and no legal prosecution was ever attempted. Plaintiffs also claim that the defendant boasted about how she got rid of them.
Lawyer: Joseph E. Grove from the firm Grove & Associates.
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003417

Jean K. Walker v. National Union Fire Insurance Company Of Pittsburgh, PA And Chartis, Inc.: Personal Injury
Plaintiff claims she was injured when an employee of Van Go Inc., of Richmond improperly strapped her wheel chair that she was sitting in, into a lift that would take her inside their medical transportation van causing her to fall off the lift and was physically hurt. Plaintiff wants $25,000.
Lawyer: Joanne L. Suyes from Marks & Harrison
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003418

Hull Properties, LLC v. Michael C. Campbell, Individually and Officially And Dominion Realty Partners, LLC And Vistas On The James, LLC And Dominion Partners, LLC And Vista On The James Condominium Owners: Fraud
Plaintiff claims misrepresentation and fraud against the defendants and wants $3 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Richard C. Ferris from the firm Ferris & Ferris
08/09/2010  ,  CL10003424

Franchon Wilkins v. Rainbow Apparel Distribution Center Corporation D/B/A Rainbow Apparel Companies also D/B/A Rainbow USA, Inc. And Angela Cris Gault And Linda Wallace And Desiree Morgan And Latonya Dabney: Defamation
Plaintiff states he was an employee of the defendants and was terminated in August, 2009. Plaintiff claims he was falsely accused of stealing and embezzlement by the defendants and wants $3,000,000 in compensatory damages and $1,000,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Tim Schulte from Shelley & Schulte
08/10/2010  ,  CL10003431

Jackie Sacchell v. Jimmy Jones And Eric Johnson And Enron 12, LLC And Bob Davis And Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims RRHA owned and rented a dwelling where the defendants improperly repaired steps by installing a board without properly securing it to the frame of the stairway. Plaintiff claims he fell, injured himself and wants $950,000.
Lawyer: ; Robert W. O’Neal, Esq. of Cannella & O’Neal
08/11/2010  ,  CL10003456

Gregory Kaplan, PLC, a Virginia professional limited liability corporation v. Pohlig Box Factory, LLC, a Virginia limited liability company: Breach of Contract
Plaintiff claims the defendant has not paid and wants $33,667.47.
Lawyer: Thomas Junker of Gregory Kaplan
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003541

Leona Williams v. Richmond Affordable Housing, et als: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she fell on snow and ice on the property of the defendant’s and wants $500,000.
Lawyer: Emrock & Kilduff
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003543

MGT Construction Management, Inc v. 3301 Norfolk Street, LLC, et als: Enforcement of Memorandum of Mechanic’s Lien
Plaintiff claims he did subcontracting work for the defendant and was not paid. Plaintiff states he filed a Memorandum of Mechanic’s Lien and wants it enforced so that he can get a judgment from the defendant for $137,154.
Lawyer: Mark C. Nanavati of Sinnott Nuckolls & Logan
08/16/2010  ,  CL10003553

Priscilla Villines v. Walgreen Co.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she was walking in the defendant’s place of business and fell on a coupon book. Plaintiff wants $250,000.
Lawyer: Michael J. Johnson of Simone & Miller
08/17/2010  ,  CL10003556

Pamela Clark v. Food Lion, Inc.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims she was walking by the Pepsi Cola machine, slipped on water that had leaked from it and fell. Plaintiff is asking for $75,000.
Lawyer: Robert W. O’Neal of Canella & O’Neal
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003565

Rhonda K. Hamilton v. Landmark Property Services, Inc. And Matchpoint Associates.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff states she was a tenant at Matchpoint Apartments. Plaintiff claims she was walking in the hallway where, with out warning, fell on water that had backed up on the floor. Plaintiff is seeking $100,000.
Lawyer: Emrock & Kilduff
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003571

Kasper Mortgage Capital, LLC v. BTP Boulevard Square, LLC: Breach of Contract

Plaintiff claims the defendant contacted them requesting assistance in qualifying for obtaining certification and syndication of the Virginia State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits that were associated with the defendant renovating his historic property. The plaintiff claims the defendant wanted their help so they could open a movie theatre named Bow Tie Cinemas. Plaintiff wants $184,725.60 for lost profits. You can read more about that in an RBS story here.
08/18/2010  ,  CL10003577

Rose Fault And Markita Williams-Jones v. Silk Trading Company And Mark A. Novick: Harassment

Plaintiffs claim they were subjected to acts of intimidation and harassment that were motivated by racial animosity. Plaintiffs want $1,300,000 in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Vickey A. Verwey
08/19/2010  ,  CL10003592

Jiggar Vora v. Shree Arihant Of Richmond, Inc. And Yunus Vohra, individually And Bharat Shah, individually: Fraud

Plaintiff claims fraud and wants the rescission of his franchise lease agreement, damages of $100,000 which represents his security agreement and an additional $100,000 for fraud in the inducement.
Lawyer: Archibald Wallace, III from the firm WallacePledger
08/19/2010  ,  CL10003603

Chesterfield County

James Breissinger And Linda Breissinger v. Bighead Inc. d/b/a Pine Tree Homes And Daniels Heating And Refrigeration: Breach of Contract
Plaintiffs state they contracted Bighead (BH), Inc. to construct a new home for them. Daniels Heating And Refrigeration (Daniels) was a subcontractor for BH. Plaintiffs claim the heating and air conditioning was installed by an unknown employee of Daniels and that the system was defective and unsafe for the improvement of real property and to them. Plaintiffs state the air samples taken from the system indicated high levels of fungal species and caused personal injury to Linda Breissinger.  Plaintiffs want $150,000 against both defendants for property damage, costs of repairs, costs of remedial value of personal property and Linda Breissinger wants $750,000 against Daniels for personal injury.
Lawyer: Robert H. Smallberg, from the The Metropolitan Law Center
08/11/2010  ,  CL10002224

Larry C. Foreman; Henry W. McLaughlin, Esq. of The Henry C. McLaughlin Law Office, PC v.
PNC Mortgage, A Division Of PNC Bank, N.A.: Foreclosure Not Valid

Plaintiff claims he has an FHA Mortgage and before it can be foreclosed, it has to be permitted by a FHA requirement. Plaintiff wants a declaratory judgment because he claims the plaintiff was not entitled to a foreclose sale.
08/11/2010  ,  CL10002226

Martha Chartier v. Allergan, Inc. And Allergan USA, Inc. And John Does 1-25: Personal Injury-Botox
Plaintiff claims that after her third injection treatment from the prescription medication Botox, she sustained an immediate and then progressive immune reaction and eventually required hospitalization and medical care. Plaintiff wants $1,000,000 in compensatory damages and $300,000 in punitive damages.
Lawyer: Stephen W. Bricker of Bricker Anderson, P.C.
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002400

Branders Bridge, LLC v. Emerald Builders, LLC: Exercise of Design Control

Plaintiff want the Court to make the defendant comply with the covenants and restrictions of the subdivision so that the new homes the defendant will build will not lower the property value and will conform to the rest of the subdivision standards. The plaintiff rejected the original proposal from the defendants through their use of controlling the designs of new home stated within the covenants and restrictions of their subdivision.
Lawyer: ; William C. Bischoff from the firm Stallings & Bischoff
08/30/2010  ,  CL10002414

Timothy L. Carter a/ka/a Timothy Leon Carter; Petition For Disbursement Of Impleaded Funds
Plaintiff states that there were left over funds do him after the foreclosure sale of his house. Per the court case CL1000-1803, the Substitute Trustee, Robert B. Hill concluded that funds remaining after all liens were paid from the foreclosure, belonged to Timothy Carter and they could not locate him. The Substitute Trustee asked the Clerk of Circuit Court to hold the funds until Timothy Carter claimed them. Timothy Carter is now petitioning the Court for these unclaimed funds in the amount of $17,128.55.
09/01/2010  ,  CL10002436
Lawyer: Peter A. Nikas

Henrico County

Melissa A. Nance v. TVRA, Inc. And Swim Metro Management, Inc. And John Doe, as an individual and/or John Doe, as a corporation or other entity: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff states she was in the TVRA’s pool yard assisting with the preparation of the end of the summer pool party. Plaintiff claims she was securing decorations to the fence and gate at the baby pool when she fell in to a hole. Plaintiff claims because the wood access panel gave way in the hole, she plunged into the subterranean drain pump area, became wedged up to her hips with her legs trapped against the pump housing beneath. Plaintiff wants $200,000.
Lawyer: James Nick Kessel of Marks & Harrison.
08/20/2010  ,  CL10002415

Douglas T. Gray, III v. Richfield Associates, LLC And Blackwood Development Company, Inc. And James River Grounds Management, Inc.: Slip and Fall
Plaintiff claims he was walking on the parking lot leaving Shackleford’s Restaurant in the Gleneagles Shopping Center and slipped on the remaining snow from a snow storm. Plaintiff wants $5 million.
Lawyer: Suzette L. Hutchens of Hutchens & Hutchens
08/24/2010  ,  CL10002436

Worth Higgins And Associates, Inc. v. The Swan Group, LLC: Breach of Contract

Plaintiff claim the defendant has not paid the total balance due on their invoices and wants $12,676.00.
Lawyer: Patricia M. Wood of Meyer, Goergen & Marrs, P.C.
08/24/2010  ,  CL10002437

Gloria Michelle Leonard v. Chrysler Group, LLC: Breach of Contract
Plaintiff states she realized that the warranties on her 2007 Dodge Charger she leased did not conform to her contract because of the defects that were on the vehicle. Plaintiff wants $25,000.
Lawyer: Patricia Michaels Anderson
08/25/2010  ,  CL10002447

Frederic A. Green And Barbara Griffin a/k/a Barbara McManus, jointly And Frederick A. Green, individually v. MBRLL, LLC And Randolph B. Martin a/k/a Randy Martin, et als: Property Damages

Plaintiff’s claim that as a result of exposure to unhealthy and excessive levels of mold and other contaminates contained in their rental home located at 2800 Woods Drive, they have suffered damages. Plaintiffs are asking for $35,000in property damages plus treble damages and $150,000 in compensatory damages plus treble damages.
Lawyer: David S. Bliley of The Environmental Legal Group
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002469

Edward P. Donbrosky And Betco Construction, Inc. v. Ryan Browning, Executor of the Estate of William W. Browning, Jr., Deceased: Estate Liability
Plaintiff states that he owns 1/3 of Betco’s stocks and the decedent owned 2/3 Betco’s stock. Plaintiff claims that Betco has $388,187.58 worth of liabilities-debt and wants the estate to pay the 2/3 of this debt in the amount of $258,791.72.
08/27/2010  ,  CL10002475

Carlton C. Bailey, Sr.; John H. Click, Jr., Esq. of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click, P.C. v. The Fresh Market, Inc.: Slip and Fall
From the defendant’s neglect, the plaintiff claims he fell to the ground at the defendant’s place of business
injuring his shoulder, rotator cuff, knee and other parts of his body. Plaintiff wants $200,000.
08/31/2010  ,  CL10002500

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Mariane
Mariane
11 years ago

With all these slip and fall lawsuits, you have to wonder why anyone wants to go into business at all and deal with the tumblers and their lawyers. Also, the Silk Trading Co has been irritable for years and years. He should just put a sign on the outside of the store that says Industrial Harassment Zone. Enter, Walk By or Park in Front at Your Own Risk.