Chesterfield Circuit Court
Peggy V. Hayes v. Williams Tree Service LLC and Jason Streightiff
Plaintiff says on/about March 23, 2021, she visited a nearby friend’s property in Matoaca, where defendants were cutting/pruning trees, to check about when they would come to her property, and without making sure she had cleared the property, Streightiff negligently started cutting a large limb, which fell and impaled her and cause other serious injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: F. Neil Cowan Jr. and W. Henry M. Jones of CowanGates
L/B Water Service, Inc. d/b/a L/B Water a/k/a LB Water v. TMorgan Construction, LLC
Plaintiff says it provided goods and services on an open account and is owed the sum of $360,353.88.
Attorneys: Terry C. Legum of LegumFitzpatrick
Innovative Behavioral & Mental Health Services, LLC v. HTS, LLC
Plaintiff says it was contracted in July 2022 to provide psychiatric consultative services for adults and children and defendant has failed to pay amounts due for August through October and terminated the contract, owing $59,250.
Attorneys: Richard M. Bing
Mary P. Wojcik v. Costco Wholesale Corporation
Plaintiff says on April 5, 2022, Costco had blocked all ingress and egress on the sidewalk at the store’s entrance at 1401 Mall Drive with shopping carts, forcing her to step into the travel surface of the parking lot, where she immediately tripped over the speed bump and fell. Plaintiff says she sustained severe and permanent injuries and seeks judgment of $1.5 million.
Attorneys: Randy B. Rowlett of Gordon, Dodson, Gordon & Rowlett
Henrico Circuit Court
Cheryl Vessels v. The Andrews Group, Inc.; Verizon Business Network Services, LLC; Riverstreet Communications of Virginia, Inc.; Lambert’s Cable Splicing Company, LLC; Vasi-Soso, LLC; Genesis Utility Communications, Inc.; and John Doe
Plaintiff says on/about Jan. 18, 2021, on or near Route 360 West near the intersection with Dabney’s Mill Road in King William County, defendants were in the process of installing cable and negligently caused a large spool of plastic tubing to roll down the hill into the highway, striking the car she was operating, damaging the car and injuring her. Plaintiff claims damages of $100,000.
Attorneys: Brenda L. Page and Alan F. Duckworth of Page Law Firm
Richmond Circuit Court
Malcolm Greene v. The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place, Inc.
Plaintiff says he was receiving in-patient behavioral health care at the facility on/about Jan. 6 through Jan. 15, 2021, and on/about Jan. 14 had a roommate named Darryl Logan, whom he complained about and requested a different roommate. Plaintiff says defendant failed to separate them and while he was sleeping, he was assaulted by Logan, causing severe and permanent injuries. Plaintiff contends defendant knew or should have known of Logan’s propensity for violence, and seeks judgment of $10 million.
Attorneys: David L. Epperly Jr. of Epperly & Follis
JPL Richmond Realty LLC v. Vincent Bray and Braco & Sons, LLC
Plaintiff says in early 2021 defendant agreed to provide labor and materials for renovation of a property at 123 Lipscomb St., and defendant invoiced plaintiff by submitting invoices and materials pay applications to plaintiff’s manager of the property, Dodson Property Management, and in each of the cases, intentionally and knowingly misrepresented the work performed and materials provided and billed plaintiff for work not done. Plaintiff alleges fraudulent actions and seeks compensatory damages of $200,000.
Attorneys: Robert F. Moorman of KaneJeffries
Shani A. Holman, individually and as administrator of the estate of Xavier My’Kell Holman v. Linda D. Meloy, M.D.; Tiffany N. Kimbrough, M.D.; Erin Dunbar, M.D.; Adam P. Hemminger, M.D.; and MCV Associated Physicians
Plaintiff says defendants negligently treated Xavier beginning in 2018, by failing to appropriately evaluate him for pre-diabetes and/or diabetes despite his family history and the fact he was obese, failing to repeat lab tests and failing to obtain appropriate consultations, failing to obtain blood glucose levels and failing to diagnose and treat an impending diabetic crisis on Jan. 26, 2021, and as a result, he died on Jan. 30 having suffered an anoxic brain injury. Plaintiff asks judgment of $5 million.
Attorneys: Brewster S. Rawls and Glen H. Sturtevant Jr. of Rawls Law Group
Woodrow Claxton, individually and by and through his attorney-in-fact Brandi Claxton; and Brandi Claxton, as attorney-in-fact for Woodrow Claxton v. Westport Operator LLC t/a Westport Rehabilitation and Nursing Center; Virginia Care Holdco, LLC; Nicole Miller, N.P.; Tissue Analytics, Inc.; and Net Health Systems, Inc.
Plaintiff says Woodrow was admitted to Westport on Jan. 18, 2021, for total care, following a spinal cord injury with resulting quadriplegia from a fall from a ladder while trimming tree branches in his yard. Plaintiff says defendants failed to prevent and properly treat his pressure ulcers; provide incontinence care and Foley catheter care; or care for his wrist splint, and alleges his neglect was complete, gross and willful. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $6 million.
Attorneys: Robert W. Carter Jr. and Mary Estfanous