Michael Kelly, as Administrator of the Estate of Everett Kelly, deceased, and Patti Kelly v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
J-Stack; PA- Donald M. Flack

  • Michael Kelly, son of the deceased Everett Kelly, claims the employees, agents, and, or brokers of Martin & Baley, d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores fraudulently represented and sold Phillip Morris' Marlboro Lights cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Kelly claims his father, who died of lung cancer on June 4, 2003, was unaware to the degree of the cigarettes' cancer-causing effects. Kelly is seeking a punitive judgment in excess of $50,000 to compensate the estate as the court sees fit, plus all costs.
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    Charmaine Beard v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Matoesian; PA-Donald M. Flack
  • Beard alleges Martin & Bayley, Inc. d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store deceptively marketed and sold R.J. Reynolds' Salem Lights cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Beard claims she did not learn of the higher levels of tar and nicotine until after her diagnosis of lung cancer in November 2003. Beard seeks a judgment in excess of $50,000 to necessarily compensate for medical expenses; past and future wage loss, pain and suffering, loss of life expectancy, plus costs of the suit.
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    Lafy Wilkerson, Individually and as Executor of the Estate of Amy Wilkerson, deceased v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Kardis; PA-Stephen M. Tillery
  • Husband of the deceased, Lafy Wilkerson, alleges his wife, Amy Wilkerson, was unaware of the high content of tar and nicotine as contained in Phillip Morris' Marlboro Light cigarettes until after her diagnosis of lung cancer in April 2003. Wilkerson claims Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores was deceptive in its marketing and distribution of Marlboro Light cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Wilkerson is seeking a punitive judgment in excess of $50,000 to compensate the Estate as the court sees fit, plus all costs.
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    Debra LaTempt v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Moran; PA-Stephen M. Tillery
  • LaTempt claims she was unaware of the high levels of nicotine and tar as contained in Phillip Morris' Marlboro Lights cigarettes until after her May 29, 2003, lung cancer diagnosis. LaTempt alleges Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores marketed and sold Marlboro Light cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. LaTempt seeks a judgment in excess of $50,000 to necessarily compensate for medical expenses; past and future wage loss, pain and suffering, loss of life expectancy, plus costs of the suit.
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    Lawrence Lucas v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Byron; PA-Donald M. Flack
  • Lucas alleges that he was unaware of the high levels of tar and nicotine as contained in Phillip Morris' Marlboro Lights cigarettes until after his diagnosis of lung cancer in June 2003. Lucas alleges Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores, marketed and sold Marlboro Light cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Lucas seeks a judgment in excess of $50,000 to necessarily compensate for medical expenses; past and future wage loss, pain and suffering, loss of life expectancy, plus costs of the suit.
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    Tom Maulding and Marynelle Maulding v. Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Stack; PA-Donald M. Flack
  • Wife of the deceased, Marynelle Maulding, alleges her husband, Tom Maulding, was unaware of the high content of tar and nicotine as contained in Phillip Morris' Marlboro Light cigarettes until after his diagnosis of lung cancer on Dec. 10, 2003. Maulding claims Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores, was deceptive in its marketing and distribution of Marlboro Light cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Maulding seeks judgment in excess of $50,000 in fair compensation, plus all costs.
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    Herb Ousley, Individually and as Special Administrator of the Estate of Shermalee Ousley, deceased v. Martin & Bayley, Inc. d/b/a Huck's Convenience Store
    J-Matoesian; PA-Donald M. Flack
  • Husband of the deceased, Herb Ousley, alleges his wife, Shermalee Ousley, was unaware of the high content of tar and nicotine as contained in Phillip Morris' Marlboro Light cigarettes until after her diagnosis of lung cancer on Nov. 14, 2004. Ousley claims Martin & Bayley, Inc., d/b/a Huck's Convenience Stores was deceptive in its marketing and distribution of Marlboro Light cigarettes as having less tar and nicotine than regular cigarettes. Ousley is seeking a punitive judgment in excess of $50,000 to compensate the Estate as the court sees fit, plus all costs.
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    Aaron P. Spears v. Burnell Isaacs
    J-Byron; PA-Brad L. Badgley
  • Spears alleges Isaacs collided with his vehicle on July 6, 2004, while driving South on Route 3 at the intersection of North Street in Granite City. Spears is seeking at least $15,000 for permanent injuries, medical expenses, and pain and suffering, plus all costs.
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