LAWSUITS – 12/07/09

Published 10:58am Monday, December 7, 2009

—   Beneficial Ohio vs. Michael D.Horan, et al, $15,846.51 plus interest and costs.

—   Wells Fargo Bank vs. Lois G. Davis, foreclosure.

—   PHH Mortgage Corp. vs. Timothy H. MacArthur, foreclosure.

—   Progressive Direct Insurance Co. and Misti Janey vs. Richard Eid Jr., $9,865.66 plus interest and costs.

—   Carrie L. Frazier and Paul Frazier vs. Amber D. Melvin, plaintiffs seek an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

—   American General Finance vs. Cathy J. Caldwell, $2,044.50 plus interest and costs.

—   Laurie Brown vs. Paula Wagner, et al, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

—   State Farm Insurance vs. Christina Abrams and David Abrams, $29,715 plus interest and costs.

—   American General Finance vs. Scott W. Hardy, foreclosure.

—   Chase Home Finance vs. Burley Gibson, foreclosure.

—   Robert D. Dawson vs. Adam P. Hall, plaintiff alleges breach of contract, seeks unspecified damages.

—   Capital One Bank vs. Rebecca Mannon, $2,670.66 plus interest and costs.

—   Capital One Bank vs. Mary E. Armstrong, $3,200.35 plus interest and costs.

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