The Docket: Local court roundup for 5.30.13

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Richmond Circuit Court

Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C. v. William Cann d/b/a Woodstock Kitchen & Bath and Lynda Cann d/b/a Woodstock Kitchen & Bath
Plaintiff says defendant is indebted to it for legal fees and seeks judgment in principal sum of $20,880.83.
Law firm: Bernice Stafford-Turner
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002333

Allan R. Sundin, as executor of the estate of Eugenia Sundin Harrison, deceased v. Westminster-Canterbury Corp. t/a Westminster Canterbury House and Westminster Canterbury Richmond; Westminster-Canterbury Foundation; and Westminster-Canterbury Management Corp.
Plaintiff alleges negligence in an injury sustained by decedent while a resident at Westminster-Canterbury, and wrongful death as a result of the injury. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $3 million.
Law firm: Robert W. Carter Jr. and Ellen C. Bognar of the Law Offices of Robert W. Carter Jr.
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002334[private]

Rebecca Avery v. The Dunlop House, LLC t/a Dunlop House Assisted Living
Plaintiff was a patient at the facility and says defendant failed to provide her with safety measures she required and as a result, she fell and sustained a left femoral neck fracture. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $1 million.
Law firm: Robert W. Carter Jr. and Ellen C. Bognar of the Law Offices of Robert W. Carter Jr.
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002335

George Winston v. Capital Division, Inc. a/k/a HCA Virginia Health System d/b/a Johnston-Willis Hospital; Richmond Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates Inc.; and Marijan Gospodnetic, M.D.
Plaintiff says defendants used forceps and applied excessive force to deliver his daughter and failed to properly assess the fetus during labor and delivery, resulting in injuries including cerebral palsy. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $5 million.
Law firm: Stephen C. Swain of Shuttleworth, Ruloff, Swain, Haddad & Morecock
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002338

Sarah Harris v. Shoney’s of Richmond, Inc.; Shoney’s of Tennessee, t/a Shoney’s Inc.; and Jane Doe
Plaintiff says Doe failed to exercise reasonable care, and while exiting the kitchen at 10093 Brook Road, ran into her with such force that she was knocked to the floor and a podium then fell on her. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $750,000.
Law firm: Richard H. Lippson
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002343

Crystal Alexander v. River City Granite Co., Inc.; Robert J. Rogers; and Marlon Pendleton
Plaintiff says she was severely injured on the premises at 8204 Chamberlayne Ave. when slabs of granite fell on her legs when Pendleton and/or Rogers was attempting to move the granite. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $10 million.
Law firm: David L. Epperly Jr. of Epperly & Follis
Filed: 5/22/2013. CL13002355

Carlton L. Lee v. CSX Transportation, Inc.
Plaintiff alleges negligence as a cause of back injuries he sustained in the Bryant Park terminal and says defendant failed to comply with provisions of the Federal Employer’s Liability Act. Plaintiff seeks damages of $2.5 million.
Law firm: Claude W. Anderson Jr. of The Moody Law Firm, Inc.
Filed: 5/23/2013. CL13002365

Louis E. Humphrey II v. Vision Sciences, Inc.; Insperity, Inc.; and Lewis C. Pell
Plaintiff, an African-American, says defendants willfully and wantonly discharged him from employment because of his race. Plaintiff seeks damages of $1.5 million.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen Jr.
Filed: 5/23/2013. CL13002366

Henrico County Circuit Court

Lerch Brothers Corporation v. The East End Landfill, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant has breached its commercial lease at 6380 Beulah Road and is in default, and seeks judgment of not less than $80,100 for delinquent rent and associated costs, damages to property, improper disposal and unauthorized uses of property in violation of local zoning ordinances.
Law firm: E. Duffy Myrtetus and Matthew B. Chmiel of Kaufman & Canoles
Filed: 5/14/2013. CL13001316

Chesterfield County Circuit Court

Michael C. Huffman as father of Jacob Huffman, a minor and Jennifer Huffman, as mother of Jacob Huffman, a minor v. Barnes & Noble, Inc. and Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Inc.
Plaintiffs say benches in the children’s section had sharp edges, and Jacob tripped and hit his head, cutting and injuring himself. Plaintiffs seek judgment of $75,000.
Law firm: K. Ruppert Beirne and David G. Browne of MeyerGoergen
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13001412

United Window & Door MFG v. Professional Window & Door, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has failed to pay for goods provided and seeks judgment in principal sum of $29,810.17.
Law firm: Michael P. Chabrow of Rubenstein & Cogan
Filed: 5/28/2013. CL13001473[/private]

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Richmond Circuit Court

Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C. v. William Cann d/b/a Woodstock Kitchen & Bath and Lynda Cann d/b/a Woodstock Kitchen & Bath
Plaintiff says defendant is indebted to it for legal fees and seeks judgment in principal sum of $20,880.83.
Law firm: Bernice Stafford-Turner
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002333

Allan R. Sundin, as executor of the estate of Eugenia Sundin Harrison, deceased v. Westminster-Canterbury Corp. t/a Westminster Canterbury House and Westminster Canterbury Richmond; Westminster-Canterbury Foundation; and Westminster-Canterbury Management Corp.
Plaintiff alleges negligence in an injury sustained by decedent while a resident at Westminster-Canterbury, and wrongful death as a result of the injury. Plaintiff seeks damages in principal sum of $3 million.
Law firm: Robert W. Carter Jr. and Ellen C. Bognar of the Law Offices of Robert W. Carter Jr.
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002334[private]

Rebecca Avery v. The Dunlop House, LLC t/a Dunlop House Assisted Living
Plaintiff was a patient at the facility and says defendant failed to provide her with safety measures she required and as a result, she fell and sustained a left femoral neck fracture. Plaintiff seeks judgment in principal sum of $1 million.
Law firm: Robert W. Carter Jr. and Ellen C. Bognar of the Law Offices of Robert W. Carter Jr.
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002335

George Winston v. Capital Division, Inc. a/k/a HCA Virginia Health System d/b/a Johnston-Willis Hospital; Richmond Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates Inc.; and Marijan Gospodnetic, M.D.
Plaintiff says defendants used forceps and applied excessive force to deliver his daughter and failed to properly assess the fetus during labor and delivery, resulting in injuries including cerebral palsy. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $5 million.
Law firm: Stephen C. Swain of Shuttleworth, Ruloff, Swain, Haddad & Morecock
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002338

Sarah Harris v. Shoney’s of Richmond, Inc.; Shoney’s of Tennessee, t/a Shoney’s Inc.; and Jane Doe
Plaintiff says Doe failed to exercise reasonable care, and while exiting the kitchen at 10093 Brook Road, ran into her with such force that she was knocked to the floor and a podium then fell on her. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $750,000.
Law firm: Richard H. Lippson
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13002343

Crystal Alexander v. River City Granite Co., Inc.; Robert J. Rogers; and Marlon Pendleton
Plaintiff says she was severely injured on the premises at 8204 Chamberlayne Ave. when slabs of granite fell on her legs when Pendleton and/or Rogers was attempting to move the granite. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $10 million.
Law firm: David L. Epperly Jr. of Epperly & Follis
Filed: 5/22/2013. CL13002355

Carlton L. Lee v. CSX Transportation, Inc.
Plaintiff alleges negligence as a cause of back injuries he sustained in the Bryant Park terminal and says defendant failed to comply with provisions of the Federal Employer’s Liability Act. Plaintiff seeks damages of $2.5 million.
Law firm: Claude W. Anderson Jr. of The Moody Law Firm, Inc.
Filed: 5/23/2013. CL13002365

Louis E. Humphrey II v. Vision Sciences, Inc.; Insperity, Inc.; and Lewis C. Pell
Plaintiff, an African-American, says defendants willfully and wantonly discharged him from employment because of his race. Plaintiff seeks damages of $1.5 million.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen Jr.
Filed: 5/23/2013. CL13002366

Henrico County Circuit Court

Lerch Brothers Corporation v. The East End Landfill, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant has breached its commercial lease at 6380 Beulah Road and is in default, and seeks judgment of not less than $80,100 for delinquent rent and associated costs, damages to property, improper disposal and unauthorized uses of property in violation of local zoning ordinances.
Law firm: E. Duffy Myrtetus and Matthew B. Chmiel of Kaufman & Canoles
Filed: 5/14/2013. CL13001316

Chesterfield County Circuit Court

Michael C. Huffman as father of Jacob Huffman, a minor and Jennifer Huffman, as mother of Jacob Huffman, a minor v. Barnes & Noble, Inc. and Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Inc.
Plaintiffs say benches in the children’s section had sharp edges, and Jacob tripped and hit his head, cutting and injuring himself. Plaintiffs seek judgment of $75,000.
Law firm: K. Ruppert Beirne and David G. Browne of MeyerGoergen
Filed: 5/21/2013. CL13001412

United Window & Door MFG v. Professional Window & Door, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has failed to pay for goods provided and seeks judgment in principal sum of $29,810.17.
Law firm: Michael P. Chabrow of Rubenstein & Cogan
Filed: 5/28/2013. CL13001473[/private]

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