LAWSUITS – 9/7/09

Published 9:28am Monday, September 7, 2009

— Ohio River Bank vs. Angela Depriest, $58,305.34 plus interest and costs.

— Capital One Bank vs. Mary E. Thompson, $20.94.71 plus interest and costs

— Capital One Bank vs. Kathy A. Walters, $1,450.92 plus interest and costs

— Dorothy Pyles vs. William Pruitt, plaintiff seeks unspecified damages for injuries sustained in auto accident.

— Green Tree Servicing vs. Kenny J. Johnson and Michelle Fetty Harris, $42,720.96 plus interest and costs

— Bank Of New York vs. James Mount, et al, foreclosure

— Kandi Walker vs. American Water Works Service Company and Goodwill Industries, plaintiff seeks unspecified damages for injuries sustained in fall on defendant’s property

— American General Finance vs. Tammy Miller, et al, $21,210.63 plus interest and costs

— Michael McWhorter vs. Ford Motor Co., plaintiff cites lemon law, seeks unspecified damages

— The Commercial Agency vs. Jack Dickess, d.b.a. Jack’s Auto Repair, $14.967.20.

— U.S. Bank vs. Robert Miller, foreclosure

— First Priority Federal Credit Union vs. William E. Sowards II, foreclosure

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