The Docket: Local court roundup for 2.21.13

Richmond Circuit Court

Terrance D. Forrest v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company
Plaintiff says he was required to constantly turn his head to monitor the speed of a locomotive as reflected on the locomotive’s speedometer for three consecutive days, resulting in injury. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $1.5 million.
Law firm: Randall E. Appleton of Shapiro, Lewis, Appleton & Favaloro
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000692

Lahaja Furaha v. Lee Andrell Barnes Jr. and Calva, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant was in business of purchasing distressed real estate and while she was engaged in a personal relationship with Barnes she lent him $210,400. When the relationship deteriorated, she demanded the entire amount due, but says defendant has repaid only $65,000. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $145,400.
Law firm: Trevor B. Reid, Christopher N. Petersen and Aubrey H. Brown III of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000696[private]

Joy Burton v. McRoute 60, LLC d/b/a McDonald’s Restaurant; and McDonald’s Corporation
Plaintiff says she accidentally ingested pieces of plastic wrap in a Grilled Chicken Bacon Ranch Salad at a restaurant in Colonial Heights and suffered injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,000.
Law firm: Damon Pendleton of Christina Pendleton & Associates
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000697

SunTrust Bank v. CAMK Partnership, LLC; Kenneth Johnson; and Arnold R. Henderson
Plaintiff says it is the holder of a note secured by a first priority deed of trust lien on 506-508 St. James St., that defendants are in default and that a covenant permits plaintiff to enter and inspect property but that defendants have not responded to requests to do so. Plaintiff seeks an order compelling defendants to perform their obligations under the deed of trust, among other relief.
Law firm: Richard E Biemiller of Wolcott Rivers Gates
Filed: 2/12/2013. CL13000712

Chesterfield County Circuit Court

Barbara Walsh v. RTF Sports & Entertainment, Inc.
Plaintiff says she lent defendant $30,000 and set up a repayment plan on or about May 17, 2010, but defendant has failed to make any payments. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,810.
Law firm: Eileen McNeil Newkirk of The McNeil Law Group
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000391

Claymore Sieck Wholesale Florists of Virginia, Inc. v. Swineford Florist, Ltd. and William K. Swineford II
Plaintiff says defendant made purchases on credit and seeks judgment in principal sum of $32,160.62.
Law firm: Robert K. Caudle Jr. of Caudle and Caudle
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000396

Commonwealth of Virginia v. Old Richmond Exteriors, LLC and David W. Isom
Plaintiff says defendant engaged in violations of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, including a pattern and practice of charging and taking down payment monies and other progress payments from customers and thereafter failing to start or complete the contracted work or provide refunds despite repeated requests. Plaintiff asks that defendant be permanently enjoined from any future violations, that the court declare void any contracts or agreements, grant judgment to the Commonwealth, as trustee, to make restitution to former customers and grant civil penalties in the amount of $2,500 for each and every separate willful violation.
Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II
Filed: 2/15/2013. CL13000414

Henrico County Circuit Court

Motley’s Auctions, Inc. v. Breeden & Breeden, P.C. and Lawyers Title/Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Agency, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant Breeden failed to close on the purchase of real estate within the time required so it is owed late fees, and that Lawyers Title failed to collect and distribute funds related to the closing. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $29,120.
Law firm: Blackwell N. Shelley Jr. and Lauren E. Fisher of Shelley & Schulte
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000362

Griggs Lumber and Produce Company, Inc. v. Jeff W. Soden, Inc. and Jeff W. Soden
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a line of credit for building materials and seeks judgment in principal sum of $149,136.47.
Laws firm: Trevor B. Reid, Meredith L. Yoder and Aubrey H. Brown III of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 2/12/2013. CL13000368

Rhonda Stallings v. Shamin Hotels, Inc.
Plaintiff says she was injured as she tried to move her luggage through the door at the Hilton Richmond Short Pump and the door closed with such force as to knock her across the hall. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Matthew R. Adams
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000371

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. v. Arbor Bank f/k/a First Community Bank
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract, indemnification and specific performance and seeks judgment in principal sum of not less than $449,745.23.
Law firm: Brian R.M. Adams and Robert J. Allen of Spotts Fain
Filed: 2/14/2013. CL13000396[/private]

Richmond Circuit Court

Terrance D. Forrest v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company
Plaintiff says he was required to constantly turn his head to monitor the speed of a locomotive as reflected on the locomotive’s speedometer for three consecutive days, resulting in injury. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $1.5 million.
Law firm: Randall E. Appleton of Shapiro, Lewis, Appleton & Favaloro
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000692

Lahaja Furaha v. Lee Andrell Barnes Jr. and Calva, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant was in business of purchasing distressed real estate and while she was engaged in a personal relationship with Barnes she lent him $210,400. When the relationship deteriorated, she demanded the entire amount due, but says defendant has repaid only $65,000. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $145,400.
Law firm: Trevor B. Reid, Christopher N. Petersen and Aubrey H. Brown III of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000696[private]

Joy Burton v. McRoute 60, LLC d/b/a McDonald’s Restaurant; and McDonald’s Corporation
Plaintiff says she accidentally ingested pieces of plastic wrap in a Grilled Chicken Bacon Ranch Salad at a restaurant in Colonial Heights and suffered injuries. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,000.
Law firm: Damon Pendleton of Christina Pendleton & Associates
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000697

SunTrust Bank v. CAMK Partnership, LLC; Kenneth Johnson; and Arnold R. Henderson
Plaintiff says it is the holder of a note secured by a first priority deed of trust lien on 506-508 St. James St., that defendants are in default and that a covenant permits plaintiff to enter and inspect property but that defendants have not responded to requests to do so. Plaintiff seeks an order compelling defendants to perform their obligations under the deed of trust, among other relief.
Law firm: Richard E Biemiller of Wolcott Rivers Gates
Filed: 2/12/2013. CL13000712

Chesterfield County Circuit Court

Barbara Walsh v. RTF Sports & Entertainment, Inc.
Plaintiff says she lent defendant $30,000 and set up a repayment plan on or about May 17, 2010, but defendant has failed to make any payments. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $40,810.
Law firm: Eileen McNeil Newkirk of The McNeil Law Group
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000391

Claymore Sieck Wholesale Florists of Virginia, Inc. v. Swineford Florist, Ltd. and William K. Swineford II
Plaintiff says defendant made purchases on credit and seeks judgment in principal sum of $32,160.62.
Law firm: Robert K. Caudle Jr. of Caudle and Caudle
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000396

Commonwealth of Virginia v. Old Richmond Exteriors, LLC and David W. Isom
Plaintiff says defendant engaged in violations of the Virginia Consumer Protection Act, including a pattern and practice of charging and taking down payment monies and other progress payments from customers and thereafter failing to start or complete the contracted work or provide refunds despite repeated requests. Plaintiff asks that defendant be permanently enjoined from any future violations, that the court declare void any contracts or agreements, grant judgment to the Commonwealth, as trustee, to make restitution to former customers and grant civil penalties in the amount of $2,500 for each and every separate willful violation.
Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II
Filed: 2/15/2013. CL13000414

Henrico County Circuit Court

Motley’s Auctions, Inc. v. Breeden & Breeden, P.C. and Lawyers Title/Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Agency, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant Breeden failed to close on the purchase of real estate within the time required so it is owed late fees, and that Lawyers Title failed to collect and distribute funds related to the closing. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $29,120.
Law firm: Blackwell N. Shelley Jr. and Lauren E. Fisher of Shelley & Schulte
Filed: 2/11/2013. CL13000362

Griggs Lumber and Produce Company, Inc. v. Jeff W. Soden, Inc. and Jeff W. Soden
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a line of credit for building materials and seeks judgment in principal sum of $149,136.47.
Laws firm: Trevor B. Reid, Meredith L. Yoder and Aubrey H. Brown III of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 2/12/2013. CL13000368

Rhonda Stallings v. Shamin Hotels, Inc.
Plaintiff says she was injured as she tried to move her luggage through the door at the Hilton Richmond Short Pump and the door closed with such force as to knock her across the hall. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $500,000.
Law firm: Matthew R. Adams
Filed: 2/13/2013. CL13000371

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. v. Arbor Bank f/k/a First Community Bank
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract, indemnification and specific performance and seeks judgment in principal sum of not less than $449,745.23.
Law firm: Brian R.M. Adams and Robert J. Allen of Spotts Fain
Filed: 2/14/2013. CL13000396[/private]

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