2/17/2014 1:16:00 PM Dog and a fall prompt
two different civil suits
Lloyd Wayne Howard has filed suit against Leighton K. and Marietta Kegley, 2683 Nottingham Ct, NV. On Feb. 29, 2012, the Kegleys owned real estate at 142 White Oak Way, NV where they had or owned a dog. On that day, Howard was operating a 2010 Huzhou Daixi 3-wheel moped on white Oak Way when, the suit alleges, the defendants failed to properly restrain the dog, which was running free. The dog ran into the path of the 3-wheeler, which crashed. As a result, Howard suffered a shattered right fibula that required 16 stitches and 2 plates; had cuts to the front and back of his head which needed stitches; and suffered other abrasions, cuts and bruises. The suit asks for a judgment to compensate Howard for medical bills, pain and suffering, both in the past and in the future, as well as loss of enjoyment of life. A trial is requested. In another civil case, Ross E. Carroll has filed suit against Country Chevrolet Inc. On or about March 13, 2013, Carroll was visiting the business and fell. He is claiming the business failed to exercise reasonale care. Ross is asking for a jury trial to determine compensation for his medical bills, injuries, physical and mental pain, lost income, etc.