The Docket: Court Roundup for 5.24.12


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Richmond

Maribeth Chyzik v. Charlottesville Pavilion LLC; Route 240 LLC; and Reed Elsevier Inc.
Defendants owned, occupied and controlled the upper deck of a parking lot at 801 E. Water St., Charlottesville, where on or about June 21, 2010, plaintiff says she was attempting to use the entrance to the lot where an unsafe raised platform existed, stumbled and sustained injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002184 [private]

Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. v. Unstoppable Solutions LLC; Justin Long; and Michael Strasburg
This is a garnishment of $8,067.70.
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002186

Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. v. Unstoppable Solutions LLC; Justin Long; and Michael Strasburg
This is a garnishmnent of $72,492.24.
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002187

Michael D. Taylor v. Honeywell International Inc.
Plaintiff says he was working on or about May 20, 2010, in the plant at 92 Industrial Ave. in Hopewell when hazardous conditions caused him to be injured. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2 million.
Law firm: Emroch & Kilduff
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002188

Jennifer Bain v. RST Development LLC d/b/a Midlothian Village Apartments; and Midlothian Limited Partnership d/b/a Midlothian Village Apartments
Plaintiff says that on or about June 8, 2010, she was in her apartment when the ceiling in the hall/dining area fell on her, striking her head and the back of her neck, causing her to fall. Plaintiff says defendants had been made aware of the damaged ceiling due to a leak from the apartment above plaintiff. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $300,000.
Law firm: The Law Office of Collier and Collier
Filed: 5/14/2012. CL12002216

Michael A. Garris v. PreCon
Plaintiff, a mechanic and employee of defendant, says he suffers from chronic anxiety disorder. He alleges that defendant willfully and with malice or reckless indifference to plaintiff’s federally protected rights: unlawfully retaliated against him for his exercise and/or attempted exercise of his medical leave rights; unlawfully failed to accommodate his disability; unlawfully retaliated against him because of his requests for accommodation of his disability. Plaintiff seeks an order restoring him to his prior position, lost wages and benefits, and actual and compensatory damages in the amount of $25,000, among other relief.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen
Filed: 5/14/2012. CL12002228

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. as subrogee of B.B. Clary v. Chris Craft Corp.
Subrogee Clary maintained boat owner’s insurance with plaintiff, and on or about May 17, 2008, the boat, designed and manufactured by defendant, sank while it was docked, resulting in damage to the boat of $37,174.13. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 5/15/2012. CL12002233

Dorothy K. Williams v. Retirement Unlimited Inc.
Plaintiff, 85, says she was a resident at The Towers Retirement Community in Richmond, one of the defendant’s facilities. On or about March 30, 2012, while plaintiff was in the lobby, she says an employee negligently pushed a medical cart directly into her with such force that she was knocked to the floor, breaking her hip and fracturing her neck. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $3 million.
Law firm: Cawthorn, Picard, Rowe, Deskevich & Gavin
Filed: 5/15/2012. CL12002235

Bonny Glidewell v. Bon Secours–St. Francis Medical Center Inc.; Bon Secours Health System Inc.; Kishani H. Heller, M.D.; and Professional Emergency Care PC d/b/a and a/k/a ER-One
Plaintiff says she presented on or about May 18, 2010, at the emergency room at St. Francis, complaining of severe chest pain, nausea and shortness of breath. Defendant Heller, as well as several assistants, plaintiff says, ordered a variety of tests and pain medications. After administering a variety of medications, defendant Heller ordered a urinalysis, and the urinalysis came back “positive” for THC, opiates and barbiturates. Heller then accused plaintiff of being a drug addict, plaintiff alleges, and advised that because plaintiff had a child at home, Child Protective Services would need to be notified. Plaintiff says that neither Heller nor any other agents of the hospital sought to determine if the urinalysis results had yielded “false positives” in light of medications administered to plaintiff at the hospital and/or over-the-counter medicines previously taken by plaintiff. Plaintiff says she was expeditiously discharged, even though she was having pain and symptoms. Plaintiff alleges medical negligence, abandonment, tortious interference by Heller with contractual relationships, negligently preventing assistance, reckless and gross negligence and disregard of safety, and defamation. Plaintiff says Heller’s accusations were wholly false and seeks judgment in principal amount of $75,000 and punitive damages of $24,000.
Law firm: Locke, Partin, DeBoer & Quinn
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002259

Michael J. Kelo v. Charles Powell; and Richmond Fitness Inc. d/b/a American Family Fitness
On or about Nov. 26, 2008, plaintiff was working out at the Midlothian club utilizing health club equipment and under the supervision of defendant Powell. Plaintiff says Powell carelessly, recklessly and negligently failed to maintain control over a bench press exercise, causing plaintiff to suffer permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Kalbaugh Pfund & Messersmith; and Ned Mikula and Associates
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002260

Rebekah Goemaat v. Marijan Gospodnetic, M.D.; and Richmond Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates Inc.
Plaintiff, because of pelvic pain, was advised by defendants that she required complete removal of her right ovary and the removal of a cyst from her left ovary. Defendant Gospodnetic instead removed the left ovary, plaintiff says, and removed a cyst from her right ovary, which was discovered when plaintiff continued to experience pelvic pain after surgery. Plaintiff says she had to go into early menopause and lost the ability to bear children because of defendant Gospodnetic’s removal of her left ovary and subsequent surgery to correct his mistake. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2 million.
Law firm: Shuttleworth, Ruloff, Swain, Haddad & Morecock
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002261

Thomas C. Tillar Jr., trustee of the joint irrevocable trust for Thomas C. Tillar and Ruth W. Tillar v. Clyde Jeffrey Stump, CPA; and Federated Mutual Insurance Co.
Plaintiff alleges breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, breach of contract and malpractice in the matter of a policy lapse, allegedly causing damages in the principal sum of $800,000.
Law firm: Thomas H. Roberts & Associates
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002265

Dorothy Virginia Fricker v. Magma Products Inc.; and West Marine Products Inc.
On or about June 15, 2010, plaintiff owned a marine grill model manufactured by defendant Magma and sold by defendant West Marine. Plaintiff cut her hand on it, severing a nerve, and alleges the grill top was unreasonably dangerous. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $485,000.
Law firm: Tronfeld West & Durrett
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002269

Shawn Creasy v. Commonwealth Surgeons Ltd.; and Elisio Bautista, M.D.
Plaintiff alleges breach of care and negligence including but not limited to: failing to re-sect plaintiff’s sigmoid colon in an operation on Aug. 5, 2011; failure of defendant Bautista to recognize that he had failed to re-sect plaintiff’s colon; creating an anastomosis using diseased tissue, namely plaintiff’s diseased sigmoid colon; failing to check the anastomosis for leaks; using inappropriate surgical techniques and making inappropriate surgical decisions. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $3 million.
Law firm: Williamson Petty
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12002278

Melanie Magill v. Allen Food Service LLC; Allen Properties Inc.; Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc.; Arcop Inc.; Triarc Companies; and Wendy’s/Arby’s Group Inc.
Plaintiff says that on Nov. 21, 2008, she purchased food products at the Arby’s restaurant on Fox Ridge Lane in Winchester. On Nov. 28, 2008, she began experiencing a violent illness, and on Nov. 29 was hospitalized and diagnosed with salmonella poisoning. Thereafter, plaintiff says, an investigation was conducted by the Virginia Department of Health, which identified a cluster of salmonella infection among individuals who purchased and consumed products from the Arby’s restaurant. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $500,000.
Law firm: Kutak Rock
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12002296

Chesterfield

Jeanette Camden v. Bon Secours–Richmond Health Systems; Bon Secours–St. Francis Medical Center Inc.; and Lorraine Anders
Plaintiff says defendant Anders, a medical records clerk at St. Francis, made unauthorized access of plaintiff’s medical records on 10 dates between June 17, 2008, and Oct. 26, 2010, and claims tortious injury. Plaintiff says
Anders later disclosed plaintiff’s personal health information to plaintiff’s estranged husband, who was not authorized to receive that information. On June 10, 2011, Bon Secours notified plaintiff that her health information had been improperly disclosed. Plaintiff seeks $150,000 in damages.
Law firm: Shelley & Schulte
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001507

Lyman Wycoff and Pat Wycoff v. Harrowgate Meadows LLC
Plaintiffs entered into a contract with defendant for purchase of a home on or about Dec. 14, 2009, with improvements and upgrades therein. Plaintiffs say defendant failed to construct the home in accordance with local requirements for building permits, inspections and zoning, and made false statements about mold and fungus growing in the crawlspace before closing. Plaintiffs seek damages of $48,861.
Law firm: Beale, Davidson, Etherington & Morris
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001515

El Paso Inc. d/b/a El Paso Mexican Restaurant Inc. v. U.S. Foods Inc.
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and says defendant improperly collected taxes from plaintiff on the sale of certain goods. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,000.
Law firm: Powell & Parrish
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001528

Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. J S Jackson Builder LLC; Turhonda T. Morrison; and Victor M. Morrison
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $120,961.24 for nonpayment on a note.
Law firm: Spilman Thomas & Battle
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001532

Henrico

Jeffrey Relyea v. BMW of North America LLC
On or about March 27, 2011, plaintiff purchased a 2011 BMW 528I that came with a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty. Plaintiff alleges defects in various components, including electrical, navigation system and radio. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $53,765.06.
Law firm: Alex Simanovsky & Associates
Filed: 5/16/2012. CL12001410

Bradley Stockton v. Chrysler Group LLC
Plaintiff says on or about June 6, 2011, he purchased a 2010 Jeep Wrangler that came with a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty. Plaintiff alleges a number of defects, including water leak, electrical and engine, and cites excessive repair attempts. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $30,986.
Law firm: Alex Simanovsky & Associates
Filed: 5/16/2012. CL12001411

The Wilton Companies LLC v. Max and Erma’s of Short Pump
This is a confession of judgment in principal sum of $53,421.10.
Law firm: Poole and Poole
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001430

Thomas E. Siceloff, executor of the will of Delores A. Siceloff v. Bon Secours–Richmond Health System a/k/a Bon Secours Home Medical
The decedent had Multiple Sclerosis, and defendant provided various home health services. Plaintiff says that on Dec. 23, 2008, defendant sent a home health aide, Clarice Muse, instead of decedent’s regular aide. On that date, Muse, while attempting to transfer decedent from her bed to her wheelchair by means of a transfer board, dropped her to the floor, where she remained until decedent’s husband returned from shopping and helped return decedent to bed, plaintiff alleges. As a result of the negligence, plaintiff says, decedent sustained a fracture of her right tibia and fibula, which remained undiagnosed until decedent’s hospital admission on Feb. 23, 2009, and decedent’s wound became infected with MRSA. On May 24, decedent died. Plaintiff alleges decedent’s death was hastened by defendant’s negligence, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Robert R. Dawson
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001446

Eric R. Nutter v. Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc.
Plaintiff says he took delivery of a used 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser from Mechanicsville Auto Mall on Jan. 9, 2011. Plaintiff alleges numerous defects and seeks damages in principal sum of $33,833.67.
Law firm: The Consumer Law Group
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001456

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Richmond

Maribeth Chyzik v. Charlottesville Pavilion LLC; Route 240 LLC; and Reed Elsevier Inc.
Defendants owned, occupied and controlled the upper deck of a parking lot at 801 E. Water St., Charlottesville, where on or about June 21, 2010, plaintiff says she was attempting to use the entrance to the lot where an unsafe raised platform existed, stumbled and sustained injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $750,000.
Law firm: MGLaw
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002184 [private]

Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. v. Unstoppable Solutions LLC; Justin Long; and Michael Strasburg
This is a garnishment of $8,067.70.
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002186

Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. v. Unstoppable Solutions LLC; Justin Long; and Michael Strasburg
This is a garnishmnent of $72,492.24.
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002187

Michael D. Taylor v. Honeywell International Inc.
Plaintiff says he was working on or about May 20, 2010, in the plant at 92 Industrial Ave. in Hopewell when hazardous conditions caused him to be injured. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2 million.
Law firm: Emroch & Kilduff
Filed: 5/11/2012. CL12002188

Jennifer Bain v. RST Development LLC d/b/a Midlothian Village Apartments; and Midlothian Limited Partnership d/b/a Midlothian Village Apartments
Plaintiff says that on or about June 8, 2010, she was in her apartment when the ceiling in the hall/dining area fell on her, striking her head and the back of her neck, causing her to fall. Plaintiff says defendants had been made aware of the damaged ceiling due to a leak from the apartment above plaintiff. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $300,000.
Law firm: The Law Office of Collier and Collier
Filed: 5/14/2012. CL12002216

Michael A. Garris v. PreCon
Plaintiff, a mechanic and employee of defendant, says he suffers from chronic anxiety disorder. He alleges that defendant willfully and with malice or reckless indifference to plaintiff’s federally protected rights: unlawfully retaliated against him for his exercise and/or attempted exercise of his medical leave rights; unlawfully failed to accommodate his disability; unlawfully retaliated against him because of his requests for accommodation of his disability. Plaintiff seeks an order restoring him to his prior position, lost wages and benefits, and actual and compensatory damages in the amount of $25,000, among other relief.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen
Filed: 5/14/2012. CL12002228

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. as subrogee of B.B. Clary v. Chris Craft Corp.
Subrogee Clary maintained boat owner’s insurance with plaintiff, and on or about May 17, 2008, the boat, designed and manufactured by defendant, sank while it was docked, resulting in damage to the boat of $37,174.13. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.
Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman
Filed: 5/15/2012. CL12002233

Dorothy K. Williams v. Retirement Unlimited Inc.
Plaintiff, 85, says she was a resident at The Towers Retirement Community in Richmond, one of the defendant’s facilities. On or about March 30, 2012, while plaintiff was in the lobby, she says an employee negligently pushed a medical cart directly into her with such force that she was knocked to the floor, breaking her hip and fracturing her neck. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $3 million.
Law firm: Cawthorn, Picard, Rowe, Deskevich & Gavin
Filed: 5/15/2012. CL12002235

Bonny Glidewell v. Bon Secours–St. Francis Medical Center Inc.; Bon Secours Health System Inc.; Kishani H. Heller, M.D.; and Professional Emergency Care PC d/b/a and a/k/a ER-One
Plaintiff says she presented on or about May 18, 2010, at the emergency room at St. Francis, complaining of severe chest pain, nausea and shortness of breath. Defendant Heller, as well as several assistants, plaintiff says, ordered a variety of tests and pain medications. After administering a variety of medications, defendant Heller ordered a urinalysis, and the urinalysis came back “positive” for THC, opiates and barbiturates. Heller then accused plaintiff of being a drug addict, plaintiff alleges, and advised that because plaintiff had a child at home, Child Protective Services would need to be notified. Plaintiff says that neither Heller nor any other agents of the hospital sought to determine if the urinalysis results had yielded “false positives” in light of medications administered to plaintiff at the hospital and/or over-the-counter medicines previously taken by plaintiff. Plaintiff says she was expeditiously discharged, even though she was having pain and symptoms. Plaintiff alleges medical negligence, abandonment, tortious interference by Heller with contractual relationships, negligently preventing assistance, reckless and gross negligence and disregard of safety, and defamation. Plaintiff says Heller’s accusations were wholly false and seeks judgment in principal amount of $75,000 and punitive damages of $24,000.
Law firm: Locke, Partin, DeBoer & Quinn
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002259

Michael J. Kelo v. Charles Powell; and Richmond Fitness Inc. d/b/a American Family Fitness
On or about Nov. 26, 2008, plaintiff was working out at the Midlothian club utilizing health club equipment and under the supervision of defendant Powell. Plaintiff says Powell carelessly, recklessly and negligently failed to maintain control over a bench press exercise, causing plaintiff to suffer permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Kalbaugh Pfund & Messersmith; and Ned Mikula and Associates
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002260

Rebekah Goemaat v. Marijan Gospodnetic, M.D.; and Richmond Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates Inc.
Plaintiff, because of pelvic pain, was advised by defendants that she required complete removal of her right ovary and the removal of a cyst from her left ovary. Defendant Gospodnetic instead removed the left ovary, plaintiff says, and removed a cyst from her right ovary, which was discovered when plaintiff continued to experience pelvic pain after surgery. Plaintiff says she had to go into early menopause and lost the ability to bear children because of defendant Gospodnetic’s removal of her left ovary and subsequent surgery to correct his mistake. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2 million.
Law firm: Shuttleworth, Ruloff, Swain, Haddad & Morecock
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002261

Thomas C. Tillar Jr., trustee of the joint irrevocable trust for Thomas C. Tillar and Ruth W. Tillar v. Clyde Jeffrey Stump, CPA; and Federated Mutual Insurance Co.
Plaintiff alleges breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, breach of contract and malpractice in the matter of a policy lapse, allegedly causing damages in the principal sum of $800,000.
Law firm: Thomas H. Roberts & Associates
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002265

Dorothy Virginia Fricker v. Magma Products Inc.; and West Marine Products Inc.
On or about June 15, 2010, plaintiff owned a marine grill model manufactured by defendant Magma and sold by defendant West Marine. Plaintiff cut her hand on it, severing a nerve, and alleges the grill top was unreasonably dangerous. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $485,000.
Law firm: Tronfeld West & Durrett
Filed: 5/17/2012. CL12002269

Shawn Creasy v. Commonwealth Surgeons Ltd.; and Elisio Bautista, M.D.
Plaintiff alleges breach of care and negligence including but not limited to: failing to re-sect plaintiff’s sigmoid colon in an operation on Aug. 5, 2011; failure of defendant Bautista to recognize that he had failed to re-sect plaintiff’s colon; creating an anastomosis using diseased tissue, namely plaintiff’s diseased sigmoid colon; failing to check the anastomosis for leaks; using inappropriate surgical techniques and making inappropriate surgical decisions. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $3 million.
Law firm: Williamson Petty
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12002278

Melanie Magill v. Allen Food Service LLC; Allen Properties Inc.; Arby’s Restaurant Group Inc.; Arcop Inc.; Triarc Companies; and Wendy’s/Arby’s Group Inc.
Plaintiff says that on Nov. 21, 2008, she purchased food products at the Arby’s restaurant on Fox Ridge Lane in Winchester. On Nov. 28, 2008, she began experiencing a violent illness, and on Nov. 29 was hospitalized and diagnosed with salmonella poisoning. Thereafter, plaintiff says, an investigation was conducted by the Virginia Department of Health, which identified a cluster of salmonella infection among individuals who purchased and consumed products from the Arby’s restaurant. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $500,000.
Law firm: Kutak Rock
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12002296

Chesterfield

Jeanette Camden v. Bon Secours–Richmond Health Systems; Bon Secours–St. Francis Medical Center Inc.; and Lorraine Anders
Plaintiff says defendant Anders, a medical records clerk at St. Francis, made unauthorized access of plaintiff’s medical records on 10 dates between June 17, 2008, and Oct. 26, 2010, and claims tortious injury. Plaintiff says
Anders later disclosed plaintiff’s personal health information to plaintiff’s estranged husband, who was not authorized to receive that information. On June 10, 2011, Bon Secours notified plaintiff that her health information had been improperly disclosed. Plaintiff seeks $150,000 in damages.
Law firm: Shelley & Schulte
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001507

Lyman Wycoff and Pat Wycoff v. Harrowgate Meadows LLC
Plaintiffs entered into a contract with defendant for purchase of a home on or about Dec. 14, 2009, with improvements and upgrades therein. Plaintiffs say defendant failed to construct the home in accordance with local requirements for building permits, inspections and zoning, and made false statements about mold and fungus growing in the crawlspace before closing. Plaintiffs seek damages of $48,861.
Law firm: Beale, Davidson, Etherington & Morris
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001515

El Paso Inc. d/b/a El Paso Mexican Restaurant Inc. v. U.S. Foods Inc.
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and says defendant improperly collected taxes from plaintiff on the sale of certain goods. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $50,000.
Law firm: Powell & Parrish
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001528

Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. J S Jackson Builder LLC; Turhonda T. Morrison; and Victor M. Morrison
Plaintiff seeks judgment of $120,961.24 for nonpayment on a note.
Law firm: Spilman Thomas & Battle
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001532

Henrico

Jeffrey Relyea v. BMW of North America LLC
On or about March 27, 2011, plaintiff purchased a 2011 BMW 528I that came with a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty. Plaintiff alleges defects in various components, including electrical, navigation system and radio. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $53,765.06.
Law firm: Alex Simanovsky & Associates
Filed: 5/16/2012. CL12001410

Bradley Stockton v. Chrysler Group LLC
Plaintiff says on or about June 6, 2011, he purchased a 2010 Jeep Wrangler that came with a 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty. Plaintiff alleges a number of defects, including water leak, electrical and engine, and cites excessive repair attempts. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $30,986.
Law firm: Alex Simanovsky & Associates
Filed: 5/16/2012. CL12001411

The Wilton Companies LLC v. Max and Erma’s of Short Pump
This is a confession of judgment in principal sum of $53,421.10.
Law firm: Poole and Poole
Filed: 5/18/2012. CL12001430

Thomas E. Siceloff, executor of the will of Delores A. Siceloff v. Bon Secours–Richmond Health System a/k/a Bon Secours Home Medical
The decedent had Multiple Sclerosis, and defendant provided various home health services. Plaintiff says that on Dec. 23, 2008, defendant sent a home health aide, Clarice Muse, instead of decedent’s regular aide. On that date, Muse, while attempting to transfer decedent from her bed to her wheelchair by means of a transfer board, dropped her to the floor, where she remained until decedent’s husband returned from shopping and helped return decedent to bed, plaintiff alleges. As a result of the negligence, plaintiff says, decedent sustained a fracture of her right tibia and fibula, which remained undiagnosed until decedent’s hospital admission on Feb. 23, 2009, and decedent’s wound became infected with MRSA. On May 24, decedent died. Plaintiff alleges decedent’s death was hastened by defendant’s negligence, and seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Robert R. Dawson
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001446

Eric R. Nutter v. Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc.
Plaintiff says he took delivery of a used 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser from Mechanicsville Auto Mall on Jan. 9, 2011. Plaintiff alleges numerous defects and seeks damages in principal sum of $33,833.67.
Law firm: The Consumer Law Group
Filed: 5/21/2012. CL12001456

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