Highland Supply Corporation has filed a breach of contract complaint against a Michigan resident, alleging he failed to pay for goods the company sold him.

Represented by Christoher P. Threlkeld of Lucco, Brown, Threlkeld and Dawson in Edwardsville, Highland Supply claims it sold merchandise to James W. Dickerson and he agreed to pay for it, but has refused to make payments.

"After allowing Defendant all just credits due, there still remains due and unpaid the sum of $240,887.17," the complaint filed Oct. 20 in Madison County Circuit Court states.

In addition to the balance due, Highland is seeking prejudgment interest from the first unpaid invoice of Feb. 14, 2005, at an 18 percent rate, plus costs.

Madison County Circuit Court case number: 08-L-1026

The company also is suing a Pennsylvania corporation, alleging it failed to pay for goods the company sold it.

Represented by Threlkeld, Highland Supply claims it sold merchandise to Designer Dispatch and it agreed to pay for the goods, but has refused to make payments.

"After allowing Defendant all just credits due, there still remains due and unpaid the sum of $109,523.40," the complaint filed Oct. 30 in Madison County Circuit Court states.

Madison County Circuit Court case number: 08-L-1028.

A third suit filed by Highland Supply is against a New York company.

Highland Supply claims it sold merchandise to Kurt Weiss Greenhouses and it agreed to pay for the goods, but has refused to make payments.

"After allowing Defendant all just credits due, there still remains due and unpaid the sum of $221,201.83," the complaint filed Oct. 30 in Madison County Circuit Court states.

Madison County Circuit Court case number: 08-L-1027.

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