New Lawsuits: Thursday Feb. 3

Heather Anderson Feb. 3, 2005, 12:50pm

Kenneth J. Wagon, Daniel M. Carney, Gayla W. Carney, Sharol B. Rasberry, and Robert E. Rasberry v. James R. Mrkacek and Suzanne Mrkacek
J-Stack; PA-John E. Sabo

  • Wichita, Kansas residents, the Wagons, Carneys, and Rasberrys are seeking at least $93,201.26 in damages, plus all costs from the Mrkaceks for breach of contract in the stock purchase of Premier Air, Inc. The Wichita buyers claim the Mrkaceks, former owners of Premier Center, Inc., omitted and misrepresented information in the Stock Purchase Agreement of the Madison County business.
    05 L 108

    John M. Cooper v. State Farm Insurance Company
    J-Matoesian; PA-H. Carl Runge
  • Cooper alleges State Farm Insurance Company failed to pay damages from a fire on Jul. 17, 2003 in his Granite City home. Cooper is seeking at least $100,000 plus all other costs.
    005 L 109

    Tammy Bush-Hamilton v. Marlene Waggoner
    J-Kardis; PA-Thomas C. Rich
  • On Jul. 19, 2004, Hamilton claims she received injuries when Waggoner's dog jumped on her. Hamilton is seeking at least $50,000 for multiple injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
    05 L 110

    Dale Hughes v. Granite City Anesthesia, and Granite City Illinois Hospital Company, LLC
    J-Moran; PA-Thomas C. Rich
  • Hughes claims that on Sept. 16, 2004, while undergoing surgery, Granite City Anesthesia broke his tooth while administering anesthesia. Hughes also claims Granite City Anesthesia tampered with the medical records that contained information that would provide probable evidence for a lawsuit. Hughes is seeking a judgment of at least $200,000.
    <05 L 111

    Betty Cunningham v. Argosy Gaming Company d/b/a Argosy's Alton Belle Casino
    J-Byron; PA-Steve Selby
  • Cunningham alleges, on Feb. 15, 2003, she slipped and fell on ice and snow that was accumulated on the walkways and stairways. Cunningham claims the Argosy's Alton Belle Casino was negligent in providing safe conditions for it patrons. Cunningham is seeking at least $50,000 in damages for permanent injuries, medical expenses, and lost income.
    05 L 112

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