The Docket: Local court roundup for Oct. 30, 2014

Henrico Circuit Court

Greg D. McCormack v. Western Tidewater Regional Jail Authority; Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Charles D. Parr Sr., Chairman, Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Daniel Maskelony, Major, Jail Administrator, Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Western Tidewater Regional Jail Board, Raleigh H. Isaacs, Sheriff, Suffolk, John B. Stutts, Sheriff, Franklin, Mark Marshall, Sheriff, Isle of Wight; Aramark Correctional Services LLC; and Ingersoll Rand Co. d/b/a LCN Closers
Plaintiff, an attorney, says he was visiting an incarcerated client and upon exiting the attorney-inmate visitation area, the security door suddenly slammed onto his left hand, causing severe and permanent injuries, including the amputation of two digits. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment in principal sum of $1 million.
Law firm: M. Scott Bucci of Bucci & Dix; J.F. Hoen of Joseph Smith, Ltd.
Filed: 10/16/2014. CL14002714

CSC Leasing Co. v. Swift Air Logistics Inc. and Chapman Syme
Plaintiff says defendant leased equipment and has failed to make payments and seeks judgment of $150,000.
Law firm: Charles A. Gavin and James C. Driggs of Cawthorne, Deskevich & Gavin
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14002727

Richmond Circuit Court

Dena R. Potter v. The Associated Press and Kathleen Carroll
Plaintiff says Carroll made false and malicious statements of material fact about her, imputing to plaintiff an unfitness to perform the duties of a news editor and unfitness to perform the duties of her employment with AP, involving an AP story published on the wire and then “killed” about then-gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe. Plaintiff says she was suspended, then fired, and that Carroll continued to make defamatory statements about her. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $600,000 and punitive damages of $350,000.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen and Vickey A. Verwey
Filed: 10/14/2014. CL14004443 [private]

Anita B. Salomonsky and H. Louis Salomonsky v. Vacation Village at Bonaventure 1; Dailey Management; and Conrad Credit Corp.
Plaintiffs say they purchased a timeshare in Fort Lauderdale in 2006 and paid a maintenance fee and real estate bill in a timely manner in 2007, 2008 and 2009. In October 2010, plaintiffs say the bill was mailed to an incorrect address and returned to the sender (Dailey). Plaintiffs say they first discovered the wrong billing on Aug. 22, 2011, when they received a notice from Conrad stating their account had been referred for collection. Plaintiffs paid the bill in full the next day, but say Conrad had already wrongfully published false statements to the credit reporting agencies, and when they applied for a home loan, they were turned down because of those statements. Plaintiffs say defendants have refused to correct their mistake with the credit reporting agencies and seek compensatory damages of $70,000.
Law firm: Steven S. Biss
Filed: 10/22/2014. CL14004551

World Business Lenders LLC v. Longevity Wellness Center & Spa, PLLC; Morris Carroll Petitt Jr.; and Patricia Lynn Petitt
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a note for which it was granted certain collateral and seeks judgment in principal sum of $74,000.56 plus delivery of the collateral.
Law firm: Stephen E. Scarce and Meredith L. Yoder of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 10/23/2014. CL14004603

Fulton Bank, N.A. v. JTBFan LLC; Mo Roman f/k/a Amer Aburoman; Amy Roman; and Buffalo Mo Corp. t/a Buffalo Mo’s Tap & Grill
This is a confessed judgment of $577,066.68.
Filed: 10/23/2014. CL14004604

Chesterfield County

Milan Rathod v. M. Rodriguez Home Improvement Corp.
Plaintiff says defendant was contracted for renovation services at the Super 8 Motel, 10300 Hull Street Road, and plaintiff provided down payments and funds for the purchase of carpet materials and labor. Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and fraud, as no carpet was delivered and no tile or carpet has been installed, and seeks $100,000 in compensatory damages and $100,000 in punitive damages.
Law firm: Ankur K. Patel of The Patel Law Firm
Filed: 10/21/2014. CL14003211[/private]

Henrico Circuit Court

Greg D. McCormack v. Western Tidewater Regional Jail Authority; Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Charles D. Parr Sr., Chairman, Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Daniel Maskelony, Major, Jail Administrator, Western Tidewater Regional Jail; Western Tidewater Regional Jail Board, Raleigh H. Isaacs, Sheriff, Suffolk, John B. Stutts, Sheriff, Franklin, Mark Marshall, Sheriff, Isle of Wight; Aramark Correctional Services LLC; and Ingersoll Rand Co. d/b/a LCN Closers
Plaintiff, an attorney, says he was visiting an incarcerated client and upon exiting the attorney-inmate visitation area, the security door suddenly slammed onto his left hand, causing severe and permanent injuries, including the amputation of two digits. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment in principal sum of $1 million.
Law firm: M. Scott Bucci of Bucci & Dix; J.F. Hoen of Joseph Smith, Ltd.
Filed: 10/16/2014. CL14002714

CSC Leasing Co. v. Swift Air Logistics Inc. and Chapman Syme
Plaintiff says defendant leased equipment and has failed to make payments and seeks judgment of $150,000.
Law firm: Charles A. Gavin and James C. Driggs of Cawthorne, Deskevich & Gavin
Filed: 9/29/2014. CL14002727

Richmond Circuit Court

Dena R. Potter v. The Associated Press and Kathleen Carroll
Plaintiff says Carroll made false and malicious statements of material fact about her, imputing to plaintiff an unfitness to perform the duties of a news editor and unfitness to perform the duties of her employment with AP, involving an AP story published on the wire and then “killed” about then-gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe. Plaintiff says she was suspended, then fired, and that Carroll continued to make defamatory statements about her. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $600,000 and punitive damages of $350,000.
Law firm: David R. Simonsen and Vickey A. Verwey
Filed: 10/14/2014. CL14004443 [private]

Anita B. Salomonsky and H. Louis Salomonsky v. Vacation Village at Bonaventure 1; Dailey Management; and Conrad Credit Corp.
Plaintiffs say they purchased a timeshare in Fort Lauderdale in 2006 and paid a maintenance fee and real estate bill in a timely manner in 2007, 2008 and 2009. In October 2010, plaintiffs say the bill was mailed to an incorrect address and returned to the sender (Dailey). Plaintiffs say they first discovered the wrong billing on Aug. 22, 2011, when they received a notice from Conrad stating their account had been referred for collection. Plaintiffs paid the bill in full the next day, but say Conrad had already wrongfully published false statements to the credit reporting agencies, and when they applied for a home loan, they were turned down because of those statements. Plaintiffs say defendants have refused to correct their mistake with the credit reporting agencies and seek compensatory damages of $70,000.
Law firm: Steven S. Biss
Filed: 10/22/2014. CL14004551

World Business Lenders LLC v. Longevity Wellness Center & Spa, PLLC; Morris Carroll Petitt Jr.; and Patricia Lynn Petitt
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a note for which it was granted certain collateral and seeks judgment in principal sum of $74,000.56 plus delivery of the collateral.
Law firm: Stephen E. Scarce and Meredith L. Yoder of Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden
Filed: 10/23/2014. CL14004603

Fulton Bank, N.A. v. JTBFan LLC; Mo Roman f/k/a Amer Aburoman; Amy Roman; and Buffalo Mo Corp. t/a Buffalo Mo’s Tap & Grill
This is a confessed judgment of $577,066.68.
Filed: 10/23/2014. CL14004604

Chesterfield County

Milan Rathod v. M. Rodriguez Home Improvement Corp.
Plaintiff says defendant was contracted for renovation services at the Super 8 Motel, 10300 Hull Street Road, and plaintiff provided down payments and funds for the purchase of carpet materials and labor. Plaintiff alleges breach of contract and fraud, as no carpet was delivered and no tile or carpet has been installed, and seeks $100,000 in compensatory damages and $100,000 in punitive damages.
Law firm: Ankur K. Patel of The Patel Law Firm
Filed: 10/21/2014. CL14003211[/private]

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