Chesterfield Circuit Court
Courtney Gonzalez and Lenin Gonzalez v. Bahen, Inc. and ServPro Industries, LLC
Plaintiffs say Bahen, d/b/a ServPro, failed to perform restoration, cleaning and remediation services in their home following a water leak, resulting in cross-contamination and moisture throughout the home, and as a result, the home had to undergo extensive and complete mold remediation and other construction services. In addition, plaintiffs say defendant removed and stored the contents of their home, and in the process disposed of 15 boxes of plaintiffs’ property without authorization, one of which contained the remains of Courtney’s father. Plaintiffs allege negligence and negligent disposal of human remains and seek damages of $1 million, and punitive, $300,000.
Attorneys: Nicholas Hantzes
Elizabeth Gillespie v. Main Street Homes of VA, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has failed to correct deficiencies and structural defects in a new home it built for her, and seeks damages of $75,000.
Attorneys: John H. Click Jr. of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click
Team Andy’s Trucking, Inc. v. Fam First Trucking, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on leases for 2015 and 2016 Volvo trucks and seeks judgment of $102,150.
Attorneys: Jeffrey A. Oppleman of Zwerdling, Oppleman, Adams and Gayle
Charles G. Mitchell v. John J. Coalson Jr. and Coalson Enterprises, Corp.
Plaintiff says defendants filed a police report and criminal complaint about him that each contained lies, omissions and intentionally misleading statements that caused him to be arrested, with the ulterior motive to stop, hinder or delay him in the pursuit of two lawsuits he filed against CEC alleging that CEC owes him over $450,000 for unpaid work performed pursuant to a contract. Plaintiff alleges malicious prosecution and abuse of process and seeks judgment of $4 million, and punitive damages of $1 million.
Attorneys: Stephen Bryce Wood of The Wood Law Firm
Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Todd Albert Homes, LLC d/b/a Todd Albert Construction; and Todd Richendollar
Plaintiff says the Oklahoma business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $26,614.50.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Vince’s Food Center, Inc. d/b/a Vince’s Food Center; and Nazar Sharrak
Plaintiff says the Michigan business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $36,404.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Carlos Lopez Azpeitia d/b/a Window Affairs
Plaintiff says the Oklahoma business is in default of a future receivables factoring agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $42,190.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Henrico Circuit Court
Edgar O. Abreu Villegas v. UDR Legacy at Mayland LLC and Redi-Carpet Sales of Virginia, Inc.
Plaintiff says he was directed to see a unit at Legacy at Mayland Apartments where Redi-Carpet was repairing and remodeling stairs, and when he stepped on the last tread on the stairwell it separated from the stairs, causing him to fall and sustain multiple injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $250,000.
Attorneys: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Joyce Hicks v. Implant Dentistry Associates of Virginia, P.C.
Plaintiff says from Dec. 15, 2020, through Oct. 27, 2021, defendant provided dental, oral surgery and prosthodontic treatment, and failed to advise her that she was not a suitable candidate for upper implants due to lack of sufficient bone in her upper jaw, among other issues, or to offer alternative treatment. Defendant performed the implant surgery on Jan. 27, 2021, plaintiff says, after which she suffered significant injury and damages, and she seeks judgment of $3 million.
Attorneys: Michael W. Lantz of Lantz & Robins
MEB General Contractors, Inc. v. Great American Insurance Company and ASI Construction LLC
Plaintiff says it has not been paid in full for work performed on a portion of the Cobbs Creek Reservoir Dam and Facilities project, and seeks judgment of $210,794.47.
Attorneys: James R. Harvey III and Gaela R. Normile of Vandeventer Black
Leaf Capital Funding, LLC v. H.H.H. Underground, LLC d/b/a Mjw Construction; and Matthew Hanley
Plaintiff says defendant leased equipment and has an outstanding balance of $196,920.02.
Attorneys: Susan J. Klein and Jamie Glick of Friedman Framme Thrush
L&W Supply Corporation v. M.A. Mortenson Company; Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America; and Federal Insurance Company
Plaintiff says it supplied construction materials for a project in Chantilly and is owed the principal balance of $39,070.69.
Attorneys: Richard T. Pledger and Thomas J. Moran of Wright, Constable & Skeen
Betty Lowkaran v. Marshalls of MA, Inc. and Linda Newcomb
Plaintiff claims damages of $565,000, and says on/about Aug. 15, 2020, at 7506 W. Broad St., she was caused to be injured by metal shelves sitting on the floor.
Attorneys: Scott Fitzgerald of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen
Richmond Circuit Court
Omar Abumahsooseh v. Anna C. Chen; Bronwyn A. Kiser; Pius Amponsah; and Walgreen Co.
Plaintiff says beginning on/about Dec. 1, 2019, at the pharmacy at 2924 Chamberlayne Ave., defendants failed to dispense the proper medication prescribed by his physician, and as a result of their negligence, he sustained severe and permanent injuries, including but not limited to improper management of Crohn’s disease, gynecomastia requiring surgery and ongoing endocrine and urologic defects. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $9,455,000, and punitive, $500,000.
Attorneys: Jay Tronfeld, David E. Durrett, Eric W. Speer and Jenny E. Mattingley of Tronfeld West & Durrett
Dylan Holt, administrator of the estate of Charlie Holt v. Shockoe Realty Ventures, LLC and Envirostruct, LLC
Plaintiff says defendants failed to properly install and maintain a perimeter siltation fence in the construction of a new apartment building adjacent to residential property at 509 Cedar St., and as a result, decedent’s personal property was significantly damaged from rainfall and runoff. Plaintiff asks judgment of $35,000.
Attorneys: Henry W. McLaughlin
Filament Equity Partners, LLC, individually and on behalf of Barking Iron LLC d/b/a Barking Iron v. Barking Iron Productions LLC and Julian Ashbee LaVancher
Plaintiff says it and LaVancher were equal equity business partners in the video creation, film distribution and broadcast and media production company, but in spring 2021, defendant began diverting business from Barking Iron to a new business entity he created and owned separately – Barking Iron Productions – which directly competed with plaintiff and utilized its assets. Plaintiff alleges breach of fiduciary duties and tortious interference and seeks damages of $100,000 and judicial dissolution.
Attorneys: Mark C. Shuford of The Shuford Law Group
Main2525, LLC v. Walter Parks Architect, PLLC and Lu + Smith Engineers, PLLC
Project owner plaintiff says it developed a 180,000-square-fot apartment building at 2525 E. Main St., and alleges that flawed architectural and mechanical, electrical and plumbing design discovered during the construction process revealed defendants failed to properly prepare, draft and coordinate construction documents, leading to a large number of change orders and a delay in project completion, for which plaintiff incurred additional costs. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $626,321.
Attorneys: W. Alexander Burnett and Anna T. Birkenheier of Williams Mullen
William Caplan and Virginia A. Thorn v. Ridge Point Real Estate LLC and Christopher Jefferson
Plaintiffs say defendant has defaulted on several promissory notes and seek judgment of $375,983.78.
Attorneys: Kenneth V. Farino of Farino Law
Atlantic Union Bank v. L & H Holding Group, LLC
This is a confessed judgment of $292,459.32.
Attorneys: Michael E. Walsh