Chesterfield Circuit Court
Mary Kaitlyn Rittenberry v. Drs. Monacell, Sorenson & Associates, D.D.S. of Midlothian, PLLC a/k/a R. Adrian Sorenson, DDS and William R. Monacell, DDS a/k/a Dr. Robert A. Sorenson & Associates, P.C. d/b/a Midlothian Family Dentistry d/b/a Midlothian Family Dentistry (Chesterfield Co); R. Adrian Sorenson, DDS, LLC; and Robert A. Sorenson, D.D.S.
Plaintiff, now 22, alleges that as a result of defendants’ negligence Oct. 27, 2020-Feb. 23, 2021, including negligent preparation for restoration, negligent placement of crowns, negligent performance of root canal therapy and failure to diagnose and treat ongoing infections, she sustained injuries and damage that necessitated treatment by other providers. Plaintiff asks judgment of $4 million.
Attorneys: Stephanie E. Grana and Dascher L. Pasco of Cantor Grana Buckner Bucci
Susie Doe v. The Commonwealth of Virginia; TyKeshae Fowlkes Tucker, in her individual capacity; Rebecca Young, in her individual capacity; and Nkemdilim Okoli, in his individual capacity
Plaintiff says she was sexually assaulted and harassed by Okoli, a correctional officer at Central Virginia Correctional Unit #13, on multiple occasions beginning in/around January 2021, and that Okoli was known throughout the prison as “Sergeant Rapes-A-Lot.” Plaintiff says the other defendants has knowledge that there were blind spots in the prison where the encounters took place, but acted with deliberate indifference to the safety of inmates. Plaintiff seeks judgment of $750,000, and punitive damages of $350,000.
Attorneys: Miriam Airington-Fisher, Jennifer Quezada and Bianca White of Airington Law
County of Chesterfield, Virginia v. Carolina Marine Structures, Inc. and Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company
Plaintiff says CMS was contracted in December 2019 to restore Falling Creek Reservoir by removing excess sediment and constructing an access road, to comply with its MS4 permit to control and manage stormwater discharge to reduce pollutants discharged to state waters, work that was to be substantially completed by Oct. 15, 2021. Plaintiff says defendant breached the contract by persistently failing to perform work in accordance with the contract, failed to direct work competently and efficiently, failed to submit progress schedules and failed to take actions to ensure the work would be completed by the due date, and it has had to incur substantial costs to complete the work. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of at least $14,293,175, and at least $2,155,439 in consequential damages.
Attorneys: Jeffrey L. Mincks, David W. Robinson and Meredith E. Carpenter
Henrico Circuit Court
Fabling Built v. Samia Abdelmagid and Eastern Estates Realty, LLC
Plaintiff says defendant has failed to pay all amounts due for a home remodeling project and seeks judgment of $88,888.84.
Attorneys: Timothy S. Feehan of Cook, Hayward, Lee, Hopper & Feehan
NCP Delta, LLC a/k/a Northlight Capital Partners v. Appendix R Solutions, Inc.
Plaintiff says defendant has defaulted on a promissory note and seeks judgment of $726,162.47.
Attorneys: Brian T. Gallagher
Robin Craft v. MK Hospitality, LLC
Plaintiff says on/about March 20, 2021, she tripped and fell on an uneven walkway at the Sandston Inn, injuring her neck. Plaintiff asks judgment of $7.5 million.
Attorneys: Daniel Renfro, Katie Freeman and Curtis Hazelton of Renfro & Renfro
Richmond Circuit Court
Estes Express Lines v. TC Corriher Implement Company, Inc.
Plaintiff says the North Carolina business tendered 456 shipments of goods between May and December 2022 under a pricing agreement and has failed to pay. Plaintiff asks judgment of $462,664.63.
Attorneys: John T. Husk and Jeffrey E. Cox of Seaton & Husk
Rexel USA, Inc., as successor in interest by way of merger to Mayer Electric Supply Company, Inc. v. Budget Electrical & Mechanical, Inc. t/a Budget Electrical & Mechanical; and Scott Bazzarre
Plaintiff says is furnished materials and equipment on credit for projects in Charlottesville, and is owed the principal balance of $166,597.80.
Attorneys: Eugene W. Shannon
Brooke West v. RVA Rooftop, LLC d/b/a Kabana Rooftop; and LX Group, LLC
Plaintiff says she was at the establishment at 700 E. Main St., on/about Oct. 10, 2021, and the floor collapsed, causing her to fall between the roof and ceiling of the floor below, sustaining injuries. Plaintiff asks judgment of $400,000.
Attorneys: David E. Durrett of Tronfeld West & Durrett
Rosemarie Alberta v. Virginia Capital Trail Foundation; Virginia Department of Treasury; and Virginia Department of Transportation
Plaintiff says on/about April 20, 2021, she was traveling on a bike on the trail at approximately mile marker 26-29 in Charles City County, when she hit a large crack, causing her to lose control of the bike and forcing her into the woods, where she struck a large tree. Plaintiff says she sustained severe and permanent injuries and seeks judgment of $2.5 million.
Attorneys: William H. Parcell III and Andrew S. Herzog of Parcell, Webb & Baruch
Susan McRaney v. City of Richmond, Virginia
Plaintiff says on/about Aug. 4, 2018, she trip8ped on a raised/buckled portion of the sidewalk at/near 3859 Fauquier Ave., which defendant knew was hazardous, falling and sustaining injuries for which she seeks $1.2 million in damages.
Attorneys: Matthew W. Lastrapes and Allison R. Bennett of Commonwealth Law Group
Gladys H. Fleming v. Karen Sween and Rehab JV LLC d/b/a Sheltering Arms Institute
Plaintiff, 81 at the time, says after helping her with toileting, Sween, a nurse, covered two fingers with a washcloth and thrust her fingers into plaintiff’s vagina, causing her to yelp with pain. Plaintiff says following a shift change she described what happened and defendant was suspended pending outcome of an investigation, but she is unaware of any disciplinary actions being taken. Plaintiff seeks compensatory damages of $5 million.
Attorneys: Thomas L. Johnson Jr. and Christopher L. Anderson of Bricker Anderson & Johnson
Jazmine Tiesman, administrator of the estate of Paradise Olivia Malia Davis, deceased v. Fisher-Price, Inc. and Mattel, Inc.
Plaintiff says Paradise died March 1, 2021, while sleeping in a Rock ‘n Play Sleeper. Plaintiff alleges negligence in the manufacture, marketing, labeling and/or sale of the sleeper, and seeks $25 million in compensatory damages.
Attorneys: Donald J. Gee and Brian K. Telfair of The Gee Law Group