Gary L. Rayle v. CSX Transportation Inc.
Plaintiff says continuously since August 1975 that he has been employed by defendant, ultimately as an engineer. He contends that as a result of repetitive trauma and/or harmful workplace conditions, it was necessary for him to have bilateral hip replacement surgery. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal amount of $2 million.
Law firm: The Moody Law Firm
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002840
Christopher Cooke v. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Plaintiff says a Goodyear store in Midlothian inspected his vehicle on or about May 16, 2011, removed his tires for balancing and placed them back on the vehicle. That same day…[private], as plaintiff was driving east on Hull Street Road, he says the left rear tire came off the vehicle and he suffered injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $250,000.
Law firm: McEachin & Gee
Filed: 6/22/2012. CL12002844
Latara White v. K Mart Corp.
Plaintiff says she slipped and fell in a puddle of water inside the store on Midlothian Turnpike and was injured. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $300,000.
Law firm: Marks & Harrison
Filed: 6/25/2012. CL12002869
Donnie R. Hodges v. Hall of Virginia Beach V LLC; and Hall Automotive LLC
Plaintiff says he slipped on ice at the auto sales dealership on or about Dec. 29, 2010, and suffered numerous injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $5 million.
Law firm: Poole Mahoney
Filed: 6/25/2012. CL12002870
Crystal Tidwell v. City of Richmond
Plaintiff says she was at or near 3514 Stockton Street on July 16, 2011, and that defendant negligently allowed the premises to become dangerous, and she was injured. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $450,000.
Law firm: ParisBlank
Filed: 6/27/2012. CL12002878
Melinda Glass v. John S. “Jack” Williams; Tom Williams d/b/a C WMS, G. Smith, D. Smith, T WMS; and Getheseman Partnership Atima
Plaintiff says she was exiting her apartment at 8303 Gethesemane Court, Mechanicsville, through the rear entrance on July 18, 2010, lost her balance and fell from the landing, breaking her neck and both wrists. Plaintiff says defendant failed to comply with various building codes, and did not supply a handrail or guardrail. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $900,000.
Law firm: ParisBlank
Filed: 6/27/2012. CL12002879
Plant One LLC v. SMBW Architects
Plaintiff says defendant is in default for nonpayment of lease agreement at 401 Stockton St., and vacated the premises prior to the end of the term of the lease. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $165,386.
Law firm: Kane, Papa
Filed: 6/28/2012. CL12002894
Veronia Brown v. Kroger Supermarket a/k/a Kroger Limited Partnership I; Kroger Group Inc.; Kroger Group Cooperative; and Irby McGuire Johnson Jr.
Plaintiff says that on or about Oct. 21, 2010, at the Kroger at 901 Lombardy St., that defendant Johnson, an employee, carelessly and recklessly operated a handicap scooter and struck the plaintiff’s foot with it, causing permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $300,000.
Law firm: Emroch & Kilduff
Filed: 6/29/2012. CL12002903
Janice Wallace v. Virginia Electric and Power Co. d/b/a Dominion Virginia Power; and Mastec North America Inc.
Plaintiff was a pedestrian crossing from the north side of Midlothian Turnpike to the south side on July 7, 2011, she says. As she was traversing the median, she says she stepped into a hole about 3 feet deep, which was caused, plaintiff contends, by removing a utility pole and not refilling or securing the hole. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $25,000.
Law firm: Hundley & Johnson
Filed: 6/29/2012. CL12002904
Robert C. Fuleihan, administrator of the estate of Ginger G. Fuleihan v. Radiology Associates of Richmond
From about 1998 until her death in July 2010, defendant routinely performed and interpreted various radiological studies of decedent’s breasts, plaintiff says. Plaintiff says that defendant negligently performed, read or interpreted studies between 2006 and 2009, that had they been performed adequately, a malignant tumor would have been diagnosed. Plaintiff says decedent’s cancer was permitted to grow and metastasize for years. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $2 million.
Law firm: Paul McCourt Curley
Filed: 6/29/2012. CL12002913
Supermedia LLC f/k/a Idearc Media LLC v. Kelmatt Co. Inc. a/k/a Kelmatt Inc., d/b/a Atlas Rooter, a/k/a Atlas; and Atlas Enterprises Inc. a/k/a Atlas Entprs Inc., d/b/a Atlas, d/b/a Manchester, d/b/a Manchester Septic, d/b/a Atlas Rooter
Plaintiff alleges the defendants owe $106,471.65 for unpaid directory advertising, web products and direct mail products, and seeks judgment in that amount.
Law firm: Legum & Wilk
Filed: 6/26/2012. CL12001915
Supermedia LLC f/k/a Idearc Media LLC v. Atlas Enterprises Inc. a/k/a Atlas Entprs Inc., d/b/a Atlas, d/b/a Manchester, d/b/a Manchester Septic, d/b/a Atlas Rooter; and Kelmatt Co. Inc., a/k/a Kelmatt Inc., d/b/a Atlas Rooter a/k/a Atlas
Plaintiff says defendants have failed to pay plaintiff $24,734.01 for directory advertising and web products and seeks judgment in that amount.
Laws firm: Legum & Wilk
Filed: 6/26/2012. CL12001917
Sterling Commercial Credit LLC v. Professional Choice Staffing Inc.
This is a garnishment of $68,232.42.
Law firm: Hairfield Morton Watson Adams Sommers
Midlothian Antiques Center Inc. v. Midlothian Center LLC
Plaintiff is a lessee of defendant in property at 13581 Midlothian Turnpike. Plaintiff says that on June 19, 2012, and continuing until present time, defendant and/or its agents wrongfully and unlawfully entered onto the property to change the locks and posted a notice on property and in the newspaper that plaintiff’s business had closed, thereby evicting plaintiff from the property. Plaintiff seeks issuance of a temporary restraining order restraining defendant from changing the locks, tortiously interfering with plaintiff’s business, from entry onto the property; issuance of a preliminary injunction enjoining defendant and/or its agents from changing the locks, tortiously interfering with plaintiff’s business, and from entering the property, among other requests.
Law firm: Holstrom Law
Filed: 6/27/2012. CL12001953
David Dagenhart Sr. v. Sam’s East Inc.; and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Plaintiff says that on or about June 27, 2010, he was testing an office chair in the Sam’s Club at 4571 S. Laburnum Ave., and because the chair had been assembled negligently, he suddenly fell back and hit his head and other parts of his anatomy on the concrete floor. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $75,000.
Law firm: Gary R. Hershner
Filed: 6/26/2012. CL12001858
SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Westin Financial Corp.
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal sum of $246,533.86.
Law firm: Wolfe & Wyman
Filed: 6/28/2012. CL12001877
Vulcan Construction Materials v. Simons Hauling Co. Inc.; Fidelity and Deposit Co. of Maryland; and Joseph A. Simons IV
Plaintiff says it supplied materials to defendant Simons Hauling, which was working on a project known as East Side General Aviation Expansion at Richmond International Airport. Plaintiff says it has not been paid and seeks judgment in principal sum of $90,796.84.
Law firm: Kasimer & Annino
Filed: 6/28/2012. CL12001897
CSC Leasing Co. v. G.E. Commercial Distribution Finance Corp.
Plaintiff leases computer systems, and defendant provides inventory financing. Plaintiff says it leased certain computer equipment to Packet360 Inc., which stopped making payments and declared bankruptcy. Defendant was one of the principal creditors of Packet360, plaintiff says. In July 2011, with the consent of the trustee in the bankruptcy, representatives of plaintiff said they went to the former offices of Packet360 to retrieve computer equipment. Also in attendance were the trustee in the bankruptcy and a representative of G.E. Plaintiff contends a representative of the defendant requested that plaintiff loan certain equipment to defendant so that defendant could attempt to retrieve information relating to accounts receivable of Packet360. When plaintiff sought return of the equipment, it was advised that defendant no longer had it. Plaintiff says it has been damaged in the amount of at least $42,000 as a result of defendant’s breach of contract.
Law firm: Setliff & Holland
Filed: 6/28/2012. CL12001900[/private]