Lawsuits — 11/5/12

Published 9:26am Monday, November 5, 2012


• Greg Lawson vs. Joni M. Smith, $25,000 plus costs and other relief.

• Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. William S. Thorton, et al, foreclosure.

• Deutsche Bank National Trust Company vs. Alan D. Burke, et al, foreclosure.

• City National Bank of West Virginia vs. Jeremiah M. Bennett, et al, foreclosure.

• Carol A. Ransbottom vs. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, et al, workers comp rights and other relief.

• Michele L. Carter vs. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, et al, workers comp rights and other relief.

• U.S. Bank National Association vs. Erin K. McConnell, et al, forclosure.

• Landmark Financial Services Inc. vs. Robert Short, $4,996.04 plus costs and other relief.

• Carol Fuller vs. Heather Nicole Stanley, punitive damages plus costs and other relief.

• Advantage Bank vs. Scott E. Woodyard, et al, foreclosure.

• Beneficial Financial Inc vs. Carol Fraley, et al, foreclosure.

• Angela Collins vs. Angie Taylor, stalking.

• Tiffany Corbin vs. Jeffery Corbin, domestic violence.


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