But the construction company claims several payment deadlines elapsed and the water district allegedly has failed to pay the full amount.
The water district has denied the construction company’s allegations, citing a lack of information, according to a counter complaint to the lawsuit. The company is seeking $93,903 in damages.
Jennifer Minezaki v. Karapet Naapetyan et al, Case No. EC050372
Burbank resident Jennifer Minezaki was driving Nov. 10, 2007, in a parking lot near Victory Place and Empire Avenue when Glendale resident Karapet Naapetyan collided with her, according to a lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court.
Minezaki claims the force of the crash caused pain, suffering and physical injury that required surgery.
The extent of her injuries were not listed in the lawsuit.
Naapetyan answered her complaint and denied the allegations.
He claims she failed to mitigate her injuries and that she didn’t wear a seat belt.
Minezaki is seeking more than $25,000 in damages.
Florence Dorick v. Costco Wholesale Corporation et al, Case No. EC050377
Florence Dorick was shopping at the Costco store in Burbank on Aug. 1, 2007, when a bottle of liquid Cascade soap fell from a display stack and hit her on the head, according to a lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court.
She claims to have suffered serious and severe injuries to her head and neck.
Costco’s failure to secure the soap was negligent, the lawsuit claims.
She is suing for more than $25,000 in damages.
Alvart Markarian v. Nissan North America Inc., Case No. EC050373
With its 293-horsepower engine and sporty exterior, Alvart Markarian decided to commit to a 2008 Infiniti G37.
He leased the stylish car for $38,887 in March 2008 and agreed to make 23 $448 monthly payments.
But then something went terribly wrong with the car.
Markarian claims in a lawsuit filed in Glendale Superior Court that the car had a defective transmission and brake system, which he tried to repair twice.
The car would not start, allowed excessive noise to enter the interior, had defective exterior lamps and an unrepairable check engine light.
The car remained out of service for 69 days, Markarian claims.
He is suing to get back what he spent on the car.
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