Lawsuits – 8/27/12

Published 9:21am Monday, August 27, 2012

— HSBC Mortgage vs. Chad E. Renfroe, et al, foreclosure.

— Cabell Huntington Hospital vs. Katherine Baumgardner, $21,485.85.

— Cabell Huntington Hospital vs. Gary Shaun Burdette, $15,836.25.

— Robert Hamlin Jr. vs. David Kirby, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in fall on defendant’s property.

— Capital One Bank vs. Ethel K. Simpson, $15,600 plus costs and other relief.

— Courtner M. Harris vs. Wells Fargo Group, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in an auto accident.

— PNC National Assn. vs. Donald Justice Jr., foreclosure.

— Grange Mutual Casualty vs. David Brammer, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for damages sustained to car insured by plaintiff in auto accident.

— John Roush vs. Bruce and Kathy Sheppard, $111, 934.55 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. Chistopher McMillian, $1,459.19 plus costs and other relief.

— Ally Financial vs. Eddie Mitchell, $11,311.38 plus interest, costs and other relief.

— The Bank of New York Mellon vs. Duane Dixon, foreclosure.

— Citimortgage vs. Ian S. McComas, foreclosure.

— Billy Adkins vs. Yamaha Motors Corp., plaintiff seeks unspecified damages as result of faulty vehicle.

— U.S. Bank National Assn. vs. Richard Neal, et al, foreclosure.

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