The Docket: Local court roundup for 11.18.21

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Laureen Fowler v. Edgehill Condominium Association; Helena Patsy Arrington; Dodson Management, LLC; Vanessa Gupton; John D. Clarke Sr.; and Community Partners of Virginia, Inc.
Plaintiff claims damages of $53,467.37, and says due to defendants’ negligence, her condo unit was flooded by water leaking from other premises in the complex.
Attorneys: William G. Shields of The Shields Law Firm
Filed: 11/1/2021
CL21003613

Del’Eja Kersey v. Jessica Doe and Richmond Wax 2, L.L.C. d/b/a The European Wax Center
Plaintiff says on/about May 19, 2021, at 12719 Stone Village Way, Midlothian, Doe negligently applied and removed wax from her genital area, causing severe and permanent injury. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $500,000.
Attorneys: Simran Rahi of Partner & Shure
Filed: 11/3/2021
CL21003635

James River Equipment Virginia, LLC a/k/a James River Equipment VA LLC d/b/a a/k/a James River Equipment a/k/a James River Equipment – Ashland v. TMorgan Construction LLC d/b/a T Morgan Construction a/k/a TMorgan Construction
Plaintiff says it provided goods and equipment on credit and is owed a balance of $34,001.76.
Attorneys: Terry C. Legum of Legum Law
Filed: 11/5/2021
CL21003661

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Air & Power Mechanical, LLC d/b/a Air & Power Mechanical; and Gary Winters
Plaintiff says the California business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $42,667.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Timothy A. Hennigan of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 11/9/2021
CL21003691

Henrico Circuit Court

Michael Allison, administrator of the estate of Geneva Carol Mitchell, deceased v. Henrico Doctors’ Neurology Associates, LLC; InPatient Consultants of Tennessee, PC d/b/a IPC Healthcare, Inc.; and Nagesh Gollahalli Shivaramaiah, M.D.
Plaintiff says defendants began treating Mitchell for a stroke when she presented at the hospital on Jan. 2, 2020, then ruled it out after testing, and failed to suspect or treat for encephalitis despite testing that showed it could be possible after a brain MRI and seizures. Plaintiff says defendants’ failure to timely diagnose and treat her encephalitis led to her death on Jan. 20, and seeks judgment of $10 million.
Attorneys: Les S. Bowers of MichieHamlett
Filed: 10/29/2021
CL21007067

KBS, Inc. v. AR Construction Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant failed to perform certain construction work as a subcontractor on the School Street Apartments in a workmanlike and timely manner and abandoned the project, causing plaintiff to incur costs and obtain replacement contractors. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $46,099.63.
Attorneys: Courtney Moates Paulk, Nathaniel L. Story and Spencer S. Allen of Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 10/29/2021
CL21007070

KBS, Inc. v. AR Construction Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant, on the Knoll at Stone View project in Ruckersville, failed to perform drywall work in a workmanlike and timely manner, failed to supply sufficiently skilled workmen, and failed to complete the work, causing plaintiff to incur significant costs. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $347,480.
Attorneys: Courtney Moates Paulk, Nathaniel L. Story and Spencer S. Allen of Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 10/29/2021
CL21007071

KBS, Inc. v. AR Construction Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant, on the Dairy Central Phase 2 project in Charlottesville, failed to meet schedule and completion dates, failed to supply sufficiently skilled workmen, failed to pay its subcontractors, and failed to complete the work, causing plaintiff to incur significant costs. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $210,000.
Attorneys: Courtney Moates Paulk, Nathaniel L. Story and Spencer S. Allen of Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 10/29/2021
CL21007072

KBS, Inc. v. AR Construction Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant, on the Carlton Views III project in Charlottesville, failed to meet schedule and completion dates, failed to supply sufficiently skilled workmen, failed to pay its subcontractors, and failed to complete the work. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $20,055.
Attorneys: Courtney Moates Paulk, Nathaniel L. Story and Spencer S. Allen of Hirschler Fleischer
Filed: 10/29/2021
CL21007073

Koontz Bryant Williams, Inc. v. Penn and Company, LLC
Plaintiff says it performed certain engineering and site design work and is owed the balance of $47,998.55.
Attorneys: Stephen C. Conte of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click
Filed: 11/1/2021
CL21007112

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Clearview Counseling Services, Inc. d/b/a Clearview Counseling Services; and Claiborne Watkins
Plaintiff says the Richmond business is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $202,725.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Timothy A. Hennigan of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 11/8/2021
CL21007254

Richmond Circuit Court

R.E. Wiles Co., LLC v. HCDK Corp.
Plaintiff says defendant is in breach of an asset purchase agreement and promissory note for a business known as Commonwealth Stain, and seeks damages of $140,000.
Attorneys: Ross C. Allen of Hairfield Morton
Filed: 11/1/2021
CL21004819

Colonial Funding Network, Inc. v. The Learning Zone Framingham, Inc. d/b/a The Learning Center Framingham; and Melissa Ananias
Plaintiff says the Massachusetts business is in default of a revenue based factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $29,515.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 11/3/2021
CL21004727

Skyler Epperly, by and through her mother and next friend, Crystal Epperly v. Riverside Middle Peninsula Hospital, Inc. and Betty Distel, RN
Plaintiff says Distel failed to properly purge an IV line of air before inserting in into Skyler, causing a cerebral air embolism resulting in permanent injury. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $2 million.
Attorneys: David L. Epperly Jr. of Epperly & Folis
Filed: 11/3/2021
CL231004731

Alice E. Anderson v. Richmond Redevelopment Housing Authority and Rita Small, in her capacity as resident manager
Plaintiff says she was exposed to black mold in her apartment at 1920 Stonewall Court, which unbeknownst to her had been plagued with a mold environment that defendants failed to correct prior to her moving in, and the mold exacerbated her pre-existing health conditions and caused blood clots and breathing problems Plaintiff seeks judgment of $1 million.
Attorneys: David O. Prince
Filed: 11/4/2021
CL21004904

Eugenia Landon v. Bridgeblue USA LLC and Shaukat N. Sindhu
Plaintiff says defendant perpetrated fraud in obtaining a building permit to construct a residence at 9 Yancey St. that plaintiff purchased, that the residence was not completed in a workmanlike manner, and that work was supervised by an unlicensed contractor. Plaintiff seeks the void of the sale, judgment of $399,000, or in the alternative, $150,000 to repair the home and punitive damages of $350,000.
Attorneys: Ross C. Allen of Hairfield Morton
Filed: 11/5/2021
CL21004917

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