New Lawsuits: Friday, Oct . 22
Pamela Day v. Harold McBrideNegligence; Case file was not immediately available, check in the update section next week for case details.
J-Kardis; PA-Doug Mendenhall
04 L 1174
Carolanne Edwards v. Ricky Boyer, Ashley Duley
J-Byron; PA-Brian L Polinske
Negligence; Edwards alleges that while she was a passenger in Duley's 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier, Boyer was involved in an accident at 29th Street and Madison Avenue in Granite City with Boyer's 1998 Chevrolet Camaro on Feb. 26. Edwards is seeking damages in excess of $50,000 from each defendant.
04 L 1175
Karen A. Tripp v. James J. Palovich Jr.
J-Moran; PA-Del A. Goldenhersh
Negligence; Tripp claims that Palovich Jr. of Collinsville crashed into her parked 2001 Hyundai Elantra while she was waiting for a friend on VFW Lane in Nameoki. She is claiming damages in excess of $15,000 and is demanding a trial by jury.
04 L 1176
Bryan Linder v. Allstate Insurance Company
J-Matoesian; PA-Matthew J. Marlen
Breach of Contract; Linder claims that on Oct. 30, 2002 his Allstate policy for $82,947 for dwelling protection and $58,063 for personal property went into effect, however Allstate denied his claim for damages resulting from a fire on his property at 111 Cooper in East Alton. He is seeking damages in excess of $50,000.
04 L 1177
Stacey R. Stegall v. Gene A. Kain
J-Kardis; PA-Ronald G. Kesinger
Assault; Stegall alleges that while she was looking at a rental property owned by Kain at 2819 Sanford, Kain commented about her breasts while they were looking at the basement. With the purpose of leaving, Stegall started to walk up the stairs when Kain allegedly pulled Stegall into a bedroom, placing her hand on his crotch. During the struggle, Stegall claims she injured and bruised herself while trying to get away, and also was embarrassed and frightened. She is seeking at least $50,000 and demands a trial by jury.
04 L 1178
Tiffany Watson v. Jones Edwardsville Property LLC
J-Byron; PA-David Perrey
Negligence; Watson claims that while she was at property owned by Jones Property, she fell on the slick and uneven pavement that she claims was caused by unnatural accumulation of ice and snow. She is seeking at least $50,000 due to injuries and surgery needed due to the fall.
04 L 1179