The Cincinnati Indemnity Company, as subrogee of K & D Counter Tops, Inc., and Kenneth Schildroth
J-Stack; PA-Paul R. Lynch

  • On Feb. 7, 2003, K & D Counter Tops’ employee Kenneth Schildroth claims Greenlee collided into his vehicle at the intersection of northbound Route 255 and Route 143, near Roxana. The Cincinnati Indemnity Company, Inc., paid workers' compensation to Schildroth in the amount of $62,645.88. The Cincinnati Indemnity Company is now seeking reimbursement from Greenlee for the sum of $62,645.88, plus all costs.
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    Jack Foley v. Jeffrey R. Dunnagan d/b/a Dunnagan’s Lawn Service
    J-Matoesian; PA-Edward W. Unsell
  • Foley alleges his injuries are a result of Dunnagan’s Lawn Service’s failure to remove snow from the premises of Wegman Electric Company. Wegman employee, Foley, claims while backing into the loading dock, he collided into chalk blocks that were buried in the snow. Foley is seeking at least $50,000 for permanent injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
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    Dick Donohoo v. Merck & Co. Inc., and Walgreen Co. d/b/a Walgreen's
    J-Kardis; PA-Jeffrey J. Lowe
  • East Alton resident, Donohoo alleges he suffered a heart attack and stroke as a direct result of the pain medication Vioxx. Donohoo claims the manufacturer, Merck & Co. Inc., marketed and distributed the drug fully knowing the drug to cause cardiovascular problems. Donohoo also claims Walgreen's failed to warn customers of the harmful side effects of the drug. Donohoo is seeking at least $550,000 in damages, punitive damages, costs of the suit and all other relief as the Courts consider appropriate for the situation.
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    Helen Wood v. Merck & Co. Inc., and Walgreen Co. d/b/a Walgreen's
    J-Moran; PA-Jeffrey J. Lowe
  • East Alton resident Helen Wood claims she suffered heart problems as a direct result of the pain medication Vioxx. Wood claims the manufacturer, Merck & Co. Inc., marketed and distributed the drug fully knowing the drug to cause cardiovascular problems. Wood also claims Walgreen's failed to warn customers of the harmful side effects of the drug. Wood is seeking at least $550,000 in damages, punitive damages, costs of the law suit and all other relief as the Courts consider appropriate for the situation.
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