Lots of collection efforts this week, including Bank of Virginia, which is trying to recover more than a million dollars lent to a restaurant operator. Plus another feud at a condo/home owner’s association. A lawyer is suing a plaintiff from a previous case for making remarks in an article that criticized the fairness of the trial. And a motorist is suing a farm in Caroline County for damages allegedly incurred when a vehicle struck an errant cow that escaped from the farm.
Altria wants a document storage company to look harder for paperwork it was storing and cannot find, while a gas station owner says the chain put another station too close. And trouble at a condo association in Henrico. Plus lots of landlords trying to collect from tenants. And a local law firm tries to collect an unpaid bill from a client.
Lots of businesses trying to collect, including Valpak, a restaurant supply company and a bank trying to recover funds from a New Kent County builder. Plus a Richmond dance club is getting sued by a patron for injuries allegedly suffered at the hands of the bouncer.
A landlord wants $35,000 in unpaid rent while a local bank is trying to collect $400,000 from a developer and $200,000 from a restaurant. Plus a $300,000 garnishment from a dentist.
An architecture/engineering firm is trying to collect $200,000 related to work on the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts addition. A real estate feud involving Vistas o the James. Plus an accounting firm is being sued for malpractice and a Performance Food Group is trying to collect from a Stony Point restaurant. And Chesterfield is going to try and sell developments that are delinquent on taxes.
Lots of disputes this week, including some interesting cases in the construction industry. For example, a contractor hired to fix a pond for the City of Richmond wants the court to approve higher compensation because the project was allegedly more complicated than the City said it was. Plus a woman claims she tripped in the buffet line at a Piccadilly restaurant when her foot got entangled in a mat.
Capital One wants damages from a Richmond-based consultant. An architect tries to collect fees. A wrongful termination and defamation suit at Wellpoint. Meanwhile a former City Councilman has sued VCU and it’s current and former president. Plus A Valentines-Day slip and fall from 2009 and a plaintiff claims he cracked a tooth on an undercooked rice kernel at Taco Bell.
The partners of an apartment complex in Jackson Ward are feuding, while a brick company is trying to collect from a home builder. Plus a tourist claims she fell of a Segeway while on a tour and wants $2.5 million in damages.
Lots of real-estate-related cases this week, and more fallout from Justin French. Plus a plaintiff wants $5 million from the Byrd Theater after a board gave way while he/she was cleaning the organ, which resulted in a loss of an eye.
A laboratory claims a former executive used company assets. A lender is trying to recover funds from an ambulance authority. Plus a billboard company is trying to collect from a Hampton Inn that didn’t pay its bill and lots of landlords trying to collect rent. And of course some slip and falls, including one at an ice skating rink.