The Docket: Local court roundup for 10.27.22

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Ecology Solar, LLC d/b/a Ecology Solar; and Lawrence Hernandez
Plaintiff says the Colorado business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $144,102.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 10/13/2022
CL22003515

Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P. v. Paramount Express Transport, LLC
Plaintiff says it leased vehicles to the Alexandria business on an open account, and the amount due is $161,884.89.
Attorneys: Brian H. Jones and Laurel E. Via of Barnes & Diehl
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22003556

Derius Swinton v. Dennis Smith and DJS Investments, LLC
Plaintiff says defendants are in breach of a promissory note dated May 28, 2021, and that he relied on certain representations that turned out to be false and misleading. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $92,000, and punitive damages of $100,000.
Attorneys: John H. Click Jr. of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22003561

Henrico Circuit Court

Judy L. Thompson v. Christopher Harris and Yellow Cab Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says on Oct. 20, 2020, Harris failed to put the vehicle in park as he pulled up, and when his foot slipped off the brake, the vehicle hit her, causing serious injuries. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment of $250,000.
Attorneys: Donald J. Gee of The Gee Law Firm
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22006432

Brenda Lee Perry, as attorney in fact for Clifton Jacob Perry Jr. v. MCAP West End d/b/a Commonwealth Senior Living at the West End
Plaintiff says defendant allowed Perry, an 80-year-old with a diagnosis of dementia, to elope from the facility on Gaskins Road before dawn on Nov. 27, 2020, walking past employees as he left the building, and he was struck by a vehicle less than a block away and severely injured. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment of $4 million.
Attorneys: Les S. Bowers of MichieHamlett; and Brody H. Reid of ReidGoodwin
Filed: 10/18/2022
CL22006476

Catina Boldt v. Camping World RV Sales, LLC; RV World, LLC; Lippert Components, Inc. and 7 related companies; Keystone RV Company; and Thor Industries, Inc.
Plaintiff says on Oct. 13, 2020, she purchased a Cougar Travel Trailer with Solera Awning from Camping World in Thornburg, and due to defendants’ negligence and failure to discuss extending the awning or its actual operation or safety protocols, on Oct. 20, 2020, when she tried to adjust the pitch and release water on top of the awning, the awning collapsed and caught her left thumb near the joint, nearly severing it and causing permanent and debilitating injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $5 million.
Attorneys: M. Scott Bucci of Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci
Filed: 10/19/2022
CL22006506

Richmond Circuit Court

Estes Express Lines v. Grind Interactive, Inc.
Plaintiff says the Houston business tendered 116 shipments of goods between March and June 2022 under a pricing agreement, and has failed to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $52,733.21.
Attorneys: John T. Husk and Jeffrey E Cox of Seaton & Husk
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004510

Delia Quinlan v. Michel S. Godin, MD, PLC and Michael S. Godin, MD
Plaintiff says due to defendants’ negligence she suffered post-operative complications and puckering in her neck that required additional surgical remediation and seeks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: Pro se
Filed: 10/12/2022
CL22004532

Natalie R. Linton v. William Holt Edmunds, individually; Hugh G. Edmunds Jr., individually; and William Holt Edmunds and Hugh G. Edmunds Jr. jointly d/b/a Richmond Rentals; and Richmond Rentals
Plaintiff says she was exposed to excessive moisture and mold conditions resulting from repeated interior water leaks at 232 S. Cherry St. and seeks damages of $1.2 million.
Attorneys: David S. Bailey of The Environmental Law Group
Filed: 10/14/2022
CL22004603

Jessica Madison Dean v. Broadway Condos, LLC; Priority Property Management, LLC; and Air Quality Systems, Inc.
Plaintiff, a student at JMU at the time and member of ROTC, says on Oct. 17, 2020, after completing an Army 10-Miler that ended at Miller Circle in Harrisonburg, she was resting on the grass when the Miller Circle structure exploded and she was seriously injured by millions of pieces of glass and structural debris. Plaintiff says after the natural gas explosion she lost the ability to properly use her left arm and hand, and it ended her prospective career in the U.S. military. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $1.5 million.
Attorneys: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004611

Denis Quintanilla v. Broadway Condos, LLC; Priority Property Management, LLC; Air Quality Systems, Inc.; Naza Salon & Barber Shop; Shwan Mahdi, an individual, owner and operator of Naza Salon & Barber Shop; and Salwa Mahdi, an individual, owner and operator of Naza Salon & Barber Shop
Plaintiff says he suffered numerous severe and traumatic permanent injuries on Oct. 17, 2020, following a natural gas explosion that occurred as he was sitting in a barber chair at 34 Miller Circle, Harrisonburg, when he was thrown 50 feet away from the building. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004612

Sergio Valdez v. Air Quality Systems, Inc.
Plaintiff says on/about Oct. 17, 2020, at 8:30 a.m., he was cutting hair in a barbershop at 30-46 Miller Circle, Harrisonburg, when a gas explosion occurred, resulting in permanent injuries including a brain injury and hearing loss. Plaintiff says defendant failed to properly service, test and maintain the gas, and seeks judgment of $45,000.
Attorneys: Edmund C. Meade of Meade Law Firm
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004662

D.C. v. Cumberland Hospital, LLC d/b/a Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents; Universal Health Services, Inc.; UHS of Delaware, Inc.; Daniel N. Davidow; and Daniel N. Davidow, M.D., P.C.
Plaintiff, now 20, says she arrived at the facility in 2019 as a minor suffering from an eating disorder, and was physically restrained, and sexually and physically abused by staff, including Davidow, who suffered no consequences. Plaintiff alleges gross negligence, reckless retention and false imprisonment and seeks judgment of $16 million, and punitive damages of $350,000.
Attorneys: Kevin Biniazan, Jeffrey A. Breit, Justin M. Sheldon, Lee A. Floyd and Sarah G. Sauble of BreitBiniazan
Filed: 10/19/2022
CL22004679

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Ecology Solar, LLC d/b/a Ecology Solar; and Lawrence Hernandez
Plaintiff says the Colorado business is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $144,102.
Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen, Timothy A. Hennigan and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 10/13/2022
CL22003515

Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P. v. Paramount Express Transport, LLC
Plaintiff says it leased vehicles to the Alexandria business on an open account, and the amount due is $161,884.89.
Attorneys: Brian H. Jones and Laurel E. Via of Barnes & Diehl
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22003556

Derius Swinton v. Dennis Smith and DJS Investments, LLC
Plaintiff says defendants are in breach of a promissory note dated May 28, 2021, and that he relied on certain representations that turned out to be false and misleading. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $92,000, and punitive damages of $100,000.
Attorneys: John H. Click Jr. of Blackburn, Conte, Schilling & Click
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22003561

Henrico Circuit Court

Judy L. Thompson v. Christopher Harris and Yellow Cab Service, Inc.
Plaintiff says on Oct. 20, 2020, Harris failed to put the vehicle in park as he pulled up, and when his foot slipped off the brake, the vehicle hit her, causing serious injuries. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment of $250,000.
Attorneys: Donald J. Gee of The Gee Law Firm
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22006432

Brenda Lee Perry, as attorney in fact for Clifton Jacob Perry Jr. v. MCAP West End d/b/a Commonwealth Senior Living at the West End
Plaintiff says defendant allowed Perry, an 80-year-old with a diagnosis of dementia, to elope from the facility on Gaskins Road before dawn on Nov. 27, 2020, walking past employees as he left the building, and he was struck by a vehicle less than a block away and severely injured. Plaintiff alleges negligence and seeks judgment of $4 million.
Attorneys: Les S. Bowers of MichieHamlett; and Brody H. Reid of ReidGoodwin
Filed: 10/18/2022
CL22006476

Catina Boldt v. Camping World RV Sales, LLC; RV World, LLC; Lippert Components, Inc. and 7 related companies; Keystone RV Company; and Thor Industries, Inc.
Plaintiff says on Oct. 13, 2020, she purchased a Cougar Travel Trailer with Solera Awning from Camping World in Thornburg, and due to defendants’ negligence and failure to discuss extending the awning or its actual operation or safety protocols, on Oct. 20, 2020, when she tried to adjust the pitch and release water on top of the awning, the awning collapsed and caught her left thumb near the joint, nearly severing it and causing permanent and debilitating injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $5 million.
Attorneys: M. Scott Bucci of Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci
Filed: 10/19/2022
CL22006506

Richmond Circuit Court

Estes Express Lines v. Grind Interactive, Inc.
Plaintiff says the Houston business tendered 116 shipments of goods between March and June 2022 under a pricing agreement, and has failed to pay. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $52,733.21.
Attorneys: John T. Husk and Jeffrey E Cox of Seaton & Husk
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004510

Delia Quinlan v. Michel S. Godin, MD, PLC and Michael S. Godin, MD
Plaintiff says due to defendants’ negligence she suffered post-operative complications and puckering in her neck that required additional surgical remediation and seeks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: Pro se
Filed: 10/12/2022
CL22004532

Natalie R. Linton v. William Holt Edmunds, individually; Hugh G. Edmunds Jr., individually; and William Holt Edmunds and Hugh G. Edmunds Jr. jointly d/b/a Richmond Rentals; and Richmond Rentals
Plaintiff says she was exposed to excessive moisture and mold conditions resulting from repeated interior water leaks at 232 S. Cherry St. and seeks damages of $1.2 million.
Attorneys: David S. Bailey of The Environmental Law Group
Filed: 10/14/2022
CL22004603

Jessica Madison Dean v. Broadway Condos, LLC; Priority Property Management, LLC; and Air Quality Systems, Inc.
Plaintiff, a student at JMU at the time and member of ROTC, says on Oct. 17, 2020, after completing an Army 10-Miler that ended at Miller Circle in Harrisonburg, she was resting on the grass when the Miller Circle structure exploded and she was seriously injured by millions of pieces of glass and structural debris. Plaintiff says after the natural gas explosion she lost the ability to properly use her left arm and hand, and it ended her prospective career in the U.S. military. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $1.5 million.
Attorneys: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004611

Denis Quintanilla v. Broadway Condos, LLC; Priority Property Management, LLC; Air Quality Systems, Inc.; Naza Salon & Barber Shop; Shwan Mahdi, an individual, owner and operator of Naza Salon & Barber Shop; and Salwa Mahdi, an individual, owner and operator of Naza Salon & Barber Shop
Plaintiff says he suffered numerous severe and traumatic permanent injuries on Oct. 17, 2020, following a natural gas explosion that occurred as he was sitting in a barber chair at 34 Miller Circle, Harrisonburg, when he was thrown 50 feet away from the building. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: E. Wayne Powell of Powell Law Group
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004612

Sergio Valdez v. Air Quality Systems, Inc.
Plaintiff says on/about Oct. 17, 2020, at 8:30 a.m., he was cutting hair in a barbershop at 30-46 Miller Circle, Harrisonburg, when a gas explosion occurred, resulting in permanent injuries including a brain injury and hearing loss. Plaintiff says defendant failed to properly service, test and maintain the gas, and seeks judgment of $45,000.
Attorneys: Edmund C. Meade of Meade Law Firm
Filed: 10/17/2022
CL22004662

D.C. v. Cumberland Hospital, LLC d/b/a Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents; Universal Health Services, Inc.; UHS of Delaware, Inc.; Daniel N. Davidow; and Daniel N. Davidow, M.D., P.C.
Plaintiff, now 20, says she arrived at the facility in 2019 as a minor suffering from an eating disorder, and was physically restrained, and sexually and physically abused by staff, including Davidow, who suffered no consequences. Plaintiff alleges gross negligence, reckless retention and false imprisonment and seeks judgment of $16 million, and punitive damages of $350,000.
Attorneys: Kevin Biniazan, Jeffrey A. Breit, Justin M. Sheldon, Lee A. Floyd and Sarah G. Sauble of BreitBiniazan
Filed: 10/19/2022
CL22004679

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