Feb. 6

  • Curtis Phillips vs. A.O. Smith Corp. et al

    PA – Bryan Blevins, J – Gary Sanderson

    A Texas man has filed an asbestos suit on behalf of his recently deceased relative against 27 defendant corporations, claiming the asbestos-related disease with which the deceased man was diagnosed was wrongfully caused.

    Curtis Blake Phillips claims Omar Rucker Phillips worked as a pipefitter and welder where he was required to work with or around asbestos-containing products and materials.

    Although Omar Rucker Phillips already sued for a non-malignant asbestos-related disease, Curtis Blake Phillips alleges his claim is allowable because Omar Rucker Phillips died from a different malignant disease than what was presented in his original suit.

    The plaintiff cites Pustejovsky vs. Rapid American Corp., a 2000 decision in which the Texas Supreme Court ruled that a victim may file an additional suit for asbestos-related cancer if he develops a second illness from the same cause at a later date.

    Curtis Blake Phillips states the defendants were negligent because they did not adequately test products before putting them into the stream of commerce, according to the lawsuit.

    B182-228

  • Georgiana Volz vs. Dr. Barbara Stubee

    PA – Jacqueline Ryall, J – Gary Sanderson

    Since 2003, the defendant had been treating the plaintiff. In December of 2006, the plaintiff learned she had breast cancer.

    The plaintiff claims the defendant misdiagnosed her symptoms as menstrual related and negligently failed to detect her cancer.

    The plaintiff is suing for past and future mental anguish, lost wages, medical expenses and impairment.

    B183-229

  • Amy Frazier vs. Capitol County Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

    PA – Jason Byrd, J – Milton Shuffield

    The plaintiff is suing the insurance company for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of her Hurricane Rita claim.

    The plaintiff claims the defendants breached its contract and is guilty of several insurance code violations.

    She is seeking actual and consequential damages.

    D183-232

  • Ryan Rosson vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Donald Floyd

    The plaintiff is suing the insurance company and several of its claims adjusters for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of his Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiff claims the defendants breached their contract and are guilty of several insurance code violations.

    He is seeking actual and consequential damages.

    E183-234

  • Curtis and Cynthia Marsh vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Donald Floyd

    The plaintiffs are suing the insurance company and several of its claims adjusters for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of their Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiffs claim the defendants breached their contract and are guilty of several insurance code violations.

    They are seeking actual and consequential damages.

    E183-237

  • Peggy Lee vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Donald Floyd

    The plaintiff is suing the insurance company and several of its claims adjusters for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of her Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiff claims the defendants breached their contract and are guilty of several insurance code violations.

    She is seeking actual and consequential damages.

    E183-235

  • Alfred Gerson vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Bob Wortham

    The plaintiff is suing the insurance company and several of its claims adjusters for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of his Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiff claims the defendants breached their contract and are guilty of several insurance code violations.

    He is seeking actual and consequential damages.

    A183-236

    Feb. 9

  • Henry Washington vs. Union Pacific Railroad Co.

    PA - Michael Hennen, J – Donald Floyd

    A former Union Pacific Railroad Company employee claims in a lawsuit against the company his spine was injured while he was working for the railroad.

    Henry Washington claims his spine was injured on Feb. 10 while he was working as a maintenance of way employee near Houston.

    Because of his injury, Washington suffered great physical and mental pain and anguish, plus lost earnings.

    E183-242

  • Prince Rogers vs. Gilbert Kasper

    PA – John Morgan, J – Milton Shuffield

    On May 11, 2008, the defendant's home exploded, causing damage to neighboring homes, including the plaintiff's residence.

    The suit does not state how the defendant's home exploded.
    The plaintiff is suing for actual damages and mental anguish.

    D183-243

    Feb. 10

  • Natalie Martin vs. Manuel Rodriguez III and Gary's Auto Sales

    PA – David Wilson, J – Bob Wortham

    On Dec. 14, 2008, the defendant was allegedly driving a Gary's Auto Sales vehicle while intoxicated when he failed to yield the right-of-way and collided with the plaintiff's vehicle.

    The plaintiff alleges the defendant driver negligently failed to keep a proper lookout and is suing for past and future mental anguish, lost wages, medical expenses and impairment.

    A183-244

  • Joris and Ozie Colbert vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Donald Floyd

    The plaintiffs are suing the insurance company and one of its claims adjusters for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of their Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiffs claim the defendants breached their contract and are guilty of several insurance code violations.

    They are seeking actual and consequential damages.

    B183-246

  • Nadine Reed et al vs. Texas Windstorm Insurance Association et al

    PA – Steve Mostyn, J – Milton Shuffield

    The plaintiffs are suing the insurance company for allegedly refusing to pay at least a portion of their Hurricane Ike claim.

    The plaintiffs claim the defendant breached its contract and is guilty of several insurance code violations.

    They are seeking actual and consequential damages.

    D183-248

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