The Docket: Court Roundup for 7.12.12


Richmond

 Nancy Waddy v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff says she was traveling a sidewalk at or near the rear of the Stuart C. Siegel Center on Marshall Street on or about June 10, 2011, when she tripped and fell on a raised portion of the sidewalk. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $350,000.

Law firm: Hundley & Johnson

Filed: 7/2/2012. CL12002942

Emma L. Baillie, a minor, by her mother and next friend, Kellie Baillie, and Kellie Baillie, individually v. Carwich Marine Showroom Inc. d/b/a The Canal Club[private]

Plaintiff says she was in the club at 1545 E. Cary St. on March 30, 2011, and that defendant failed to warn plaintiff of unreasonably dangerous conditions, including overcrowding, inadequate lighting and proper walking pathways, and inadequate crowd control. Plaintiff says she was caused to fall and another patron fell on top of her, causing severe and permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $862,480.

Law firm: The Joel Bieber Firm

Filed 7/2/2012. CL12002946

IT Wisdom Services LLC d/b/a IT Wisdom Solutions v. Estes Express Lines

Plaintiff says defendant contracted with plaintiff for services of plaintiff’s employees and/or subcontractors as computer software consultants for defendant’s business needs. Plaintiff says it has not been paid and seeks judgment of $74,800.

Law firm: Donald A. Denton

Filed: 7/2/2012. CL12002951

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. a/s/o Agnes Mravak v. Hydro-Tech Irrigation Co.; and Hydro-Tech Irrigation of Maryland LLC

Plaintiff says an irrigation system was defectively and/or negligently serviced by defendants, and on or about Sept. 14, 2009, a water pipe/line of the system cracked, permitting water to infiltrate the interior of Mravak’s residence, causing damages of $91,514.03. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.

Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003014

1400 Grove Avenue Condominium Owners’ Association Inc. v. 1400 Grove Avenue LLC

Plaintiff alleges numerous defects in common property, chief among them the structure’s dilapidated roof, which plaintiff says caused damages to several units. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $240,000.

Law firm: Inman & Strickler

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003015

Meherrin Agricultural & Chemical Co. v. Wiley Farms Inc.

Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on accounts for goods and seeks judgment in principal sum of $26,580.77.

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003019

Miller & Rhoads Residential Condominiums LLC v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff has filed an application for correction of erroneous assessments, and alleges that assessment values are not uniform with other property of like class. Plaintiff asks the court to find that assessed values determined for the land attributable to the sub-condominium units owned by plaintiff in Unit R (dedicated to residential condominium units) for tax years 2010, 2011 and 2012 are erroneous, invalid and illegal; to reduce the assessed value of the land for tax years 2010, 2011 and 2012 in accordance with requirements of the Constitution of Virginia; and to order a refund of real property tax erroneously charged and paid with interest.

Law firm: LeClair Ryan

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003027

Miller and Rhoads Building LLC v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff has filed an application for correction of erroneous assessments. Plaintiff acquired on March 17, 2006, from Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority the land and vacant building known as the Miller & Rhoads Building at 501 E. Broad St., with the intention of rehabilitating the structure and developing the property to include a hotel, residential condominiums, retail space and parking. Plaintiff submitted to the office of the Assessor of Real Estate for the city an application for partial exemptions from real estate taxes for the property under the city’s tax abatement for rehabilitated real estate program. Unit H covered the portion of the property designated for the hotel, commercial space and parking. Plaintiff asks the court to find that the final value determined for the building at Unit H is erroneous, invalid and illegal; to increase the final value for the building at Unit H to properly reflect the application of City Code and Va. Code; and to order a refund to plaintiff of any amounts of real property tax erroneously charged and paid for tax years 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Law firm: LeClair Ryan

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003028

Union First Market Bank v. Noble Properties LLC; and Geoffrey A. Hensley

This is a confessed judgment of $562,430.66.

Law firm: Kepley Broscious & Biggs

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003029

Chesterfield

Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. Kitchen Contractors Inc.; KC Investments LLC; Jeffrey W. Francisco; and Susan N. Fleming

Plaintiff says a note is in default and seeks judgment in principal amount of $72,918.59.

Law firm: Spilman Thomas & Battle

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12002010

Radiology Associates of Richmond Inc. v. Medical Development International Ltd. Inc.

On or about Jan. 12, 2011, plaintiff and defendant entered into a contract by which defendant agreed to administer the health care expenses for prisoners incarcerated in the Petersburg Federal Correctional Complex. Under the agreement, plaintiff says, the correctional complex was to submit completed claim forms to defendant within 45 days to qualify for reimbursement. Professional medical and administrative services were provided by plaintiff, plaintiff says. Payment terms were set that defendant remitted payment to plaintiff within 30 days of receiving a completed medical claim form from the correctional complex. Defendant lost its third-party contract with the correctional complex, and plaintiff says defendant has refused to pay outstanding balance. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $34,044.26.

Law firm: The Rahman Group

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12002011

Madison Salzman by her father and next friend, Robert Salzman v. M2 LLC d/b/a McAlister’s Deli

On or about Jan. 11, 2012, plaintiff went to the women’s restroom, the door of which was maintained, plaintiff says, in an unsafe, dangerous and defective condition. The closing force of the door, plaintiff says, exceeded the allowable force under the Uniform Statewide Building Code. As a result of negligence, plaintiff says she suffered severe and permanent injuries when her fingers were caught, torn and partially shredded in the door. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $250,000.

Law firm: Paullin Law Firm

Filed: 7/5/2012. CL12002026

Henrico

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Ross Mortgage Corp.

Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal sum of $65,878.54.

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 6/29/2012. CL12001941

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Applied Mortgage Services Corp.

Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal sum of $65,165.38

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12001943[/private]


Richmond

 Nancy Waddy v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff says she was traveling a sidewalk at or near the rear of the Stuart C. Siegel Center on Marshall Street on or about June 10, 2011, when she tripped and fell on a raised portion of the sidewalk. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $350,000.

Law firm: Hundley & Johnson

Filed: 7/2/2012. CL12002942

Emma L. Baillie, a minor, by her mother and next friend, Kellie Baillie, and Kellie Baillie, individually v. Carwich Marine Showroom Inc. d/b/a The Canal Club[private]

Plaintiff says she was in the club at 1545 E. Cary St. on March 30, 2011, and that defendant failed to warn plaintiff of unreasonably dangerous conditions, including overcrowding, inadequate lighting and proper walking pathways, and inadequate crowd control. Plaintiff says she was caused to fall and another patron fell on top of her, causing severe and permanent injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $862,480.

Law firm: The Joel Bieber Firm

Filed 7/2/2012. CL12002946

IT Wisdom Services LLC d/b/a IT Wisdom Solutions v. Estes Express Lines

Plaintiff says defendant contracted with plaintiff for services of plaintiff’s employees and/or subcontractors as computer software consultants for defendant’s business needs. Plaintiff says it has not been paid and seeks judgment of $74,800.

Law firm: Donald A. Denton

Filed: 7/2/2012. CL12002951

State Farm Fire and Casualty Co. a/s/o Agnes Mravak v. Hydro-Tech Irrigation Co.; and Hydro-Tech Irrigation of Maryland LLC

Plaintiff says an irrigation system was defectively and/or negligently serviced by defendants, and on or about Sept. 14, 2009, a water pipe/line of the system cracked, permitting water to infiltrate the interior of Mravak’s residence, causing damages of $91,514.03. Plaintiff seeks judgment in that amount.

Law firm: Brenner, Evans & Millman

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003014

1400 Grove Avenue Condominium Owners’ Association Inc. v. 1400 Grove Avenue LLC

Plaintiff alleges numerous defects in common property, chief among them the structure’s dilapidated roof, which plaintiff says caused damages to several units. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $240,000.

Law firm: Inman & Strickler

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003015

Meherrin Agricultural & Chemical Co. v. Wiley Farms Inc.

Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on accounts for goods and seeks judgment in principal sum of $26,580.77.

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003019

Miller & Rhoads Residential Condominiums LLC v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff has filed an application for correction of erroneous assessments, and alleges that assessment values are not uniform with other property of like class. Plaintiff asks the court to find that assessed values determined for the land attributable to the sub-condominium units owned by plaintiff in Unit R (dedicated to residential condominium units) for tax years 2010, 2011 and 2012 are erroneous, invalid and illegal; to reduce the assessed value of the land for tax years 2010, 2011 and 2012 in accordance with requirements of the Constitution of Virginia; and to order a refund of real property tax erroneously charged and paid with interest.

Law firm: LeClair Ryan

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003027

Miller and Rhoads Building LLC v. City of Richmond

Plaintiff has filed an application for correction of erroneous assessments. Plaintiff acquired on March 17, 2006, from Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority the land and vacant building known as the Miller & Rhoads Building at 501 E. Broad St., with the intention of rehabilitating the structure and developing the property to include a hotel, residential condominiums, retail space and parking. Plaintiff submitted to the office of the Assessor of Real Estate for the city an application for partial exemptions from real estate taxes for the property under the city’s tax abatement for rehabilitated real estate program. Unit H covered the portion of the property designated for the hotel, commercial space and parking. Plaintiff asks the court to find that the final value determined for the building at Unit H is erroneous, invalid and illegal; to increase the final value for the building at Unit H to properly reflect the application of City Code and Va. Code; and to order a refund to plaintiff of any amounts of real property tax erroneously charged and paid for tax years 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Law firm: LeClair Ryan

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003028

Union First Market Bank v. Noble Properties LLC; and Geoffrey A. Hensley

This is a confessed judgment of $562,430.66.

Law firm: Kepley Broscious & Biggs

Filed: 7/9/2012. CL12003029

Chesterfield

Branch Banking and Trust Co. v. Kitchen Contractors Inc.; KC Investments LLC; Jeffrey W. Francisco; and Susan N. Fleming

Plaintiff says a note is in default and seeks judgment in principal amount of $72,918.59.

Law firm: Spilman Thomas & Battle

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12002010

Radiology Associates of Richmond Inc. v. Medical Development International Ltd. Inc.

On or about Jan. 12, 2011, plaintiff and defendant entered into a contract by which defendant agreed to administer the health care expenses for prisoners incarcerated in the Petersburg Federal Correctional Complex. Under the agreement, plaintiff says, the correctional complex was to submit completed claim forms to defendant within 45 days to qualify for reimbursement. Professional medical and administrative services were provided by plaintiff, plaintiff says. Payment terms were set that defendant remitted payment to plaintiff within 30 days of receiving a completed medical claim form from the correctional complex. Defendant lost its third-party contract with the correctional complex, and plaintiff says defendant has refused to pay outstanding balance. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $34,044.26.

Law firm: The Rahman Group

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12002011

Madison Salzman by her father and next friend, Robert Salzman v. M2 LLC d/b/a McAlister’s Deli

On or about Jan. 11, 2012, plaintiff went to the women’s restroom, the door of which was maintained, plaintiff says, in an unsafe, dangerous and defective condition. The closing force of the door, plaintiff says, exceeded the allowable force under the Uniform Statewide Building Code. As a result of negligence, plaintiff says she suffered severe and permanent injuries when her fingers were caught, torn and partially shredded in the door. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $250,000.

Law firm: Paullin Law Firm

Filed: 7/5/2012. CL12002026

Henrico

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Ross Mortgage Corp.

Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal sum of $65,878.54.

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 6/29/2012. CL12001941

SunTrust Mortgage Inc. v. Applied Mortgage Services Corp.

Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and seeks judgment in principal sum of $65,165.38

Law firm: Spotts Fain

Filed: 7/3/2012. CL12001943[/private]

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