New Lawsuits: Friday, June 24
Todd Rehg, individually and as father and next friend of Tyler Rehg, a minor v. American Banner CompanyRehg claims that his son injured his left femur on July 18, 2003, while at the Space Crazy concession stand at the St. Jacob Homecoming. Rehg is seeking damages in excess of $50,000 plus costs.
J-Moran; PA-Glenn Bradford
05 L 587
James Sexton v. Michelle Sykes
J-Byron; PA-Rodney Caffey
Sexton claims he was permanently injured on May 3, 2004, when Sykes allegedly collided with him on Route 111 and Horseshoe Lake Road in Collinsville. Sexton is seeking at least $50,000 in damages.
05 L 588
Karen Harris v. Mary Doctor
J-Stack; PA-Richard Gibson
Harris claims she was seriously injured on Oct. 16, 2003, when Doctor allegedly collided with her on I-255 and Horseshoe Lake Road in Collinsville. Harris is seeking damages in excess of $50,000 plus costs.
05 L 589
Janet Goode v. The Chrysler Group, a unit of Daimler Chrysler, Competition Auto
J-Matoesian; PA-Robert Rowland
Goode claims she was permanently injured on Feb. 19, 2004, when her Jeep ran over her leg after it allegedly slipped from park to reverse. Goode is seeking economic and non-economic damages in excess of $350,000.
05 L 590
Greg Hensler v. Mustang Sally’s Bar and Grill
J-Kardis; PA-Barbara Sherer
Hensler claims he permanently injured himself on June 26, 2003, when he tripped on a barstool in the alley near Mustang Sally’s. Hensler is seeking at least $50,000 in damages.
05 L 591