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CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Committee on Claims and Pending Suits

Monday, January 29, 2018

 

1. Organizational Meeting:

           Election of Chairperson

WATER SUPPLY BOARD

2. DAVID LUONGO, 17-136.  Compensation for damages sustained on February 18, 2017, whereby petitioner’s water was coming out discolored and continued after Providence Water flushed the line. (Continued June 9, 2017, November 30, 2017)

T. Gomes Heating & Cooling                     $900.00

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

3. CHRISTOPHER CIVITTOLO, 17-331.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 16, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a raised manhole cover on South Main Street.

Route 3 Auto Service                         $1,106.19

Grasso’s Service Center                         $110.00

4. COLLEEN DUPRE, 17-332.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 7, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck an unmarked manhole cover on South Main Street.

Town Fair Tire Centers of Massachusetts, LLC         $267.82

Firestone Complete Auto Care                     $250.74

5. EDWARD L. EACUEO, 17-391.  Compensation for damages sustained on December 8, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a pothole on Sabin Street.

Town Fair Tire Centers of Rhode Island LLC         $176.42

6.  MARILYN GARNER, 17-370.  Compensation for damages sustained on March 6, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a ditch under the bridge on Allens Avenue at Eddy Street.    

K & B Service                             $106.00

Joe’s Automotive Services                     $320.57

Riverside Automotive II                         $450.09    

Town Fair Tire Center of Massachusetts LLC         $436.09

7. MISHELLE MITCHELL (Wayne G. Resmini, Esquire), 17-349.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on October 11, 2017, whereby petitioner fell off the RIPTA Bus Shelter bench in front of Dexter Manor on 100 Broad Street.

Claim                                 $100,000.00

8. CAITLYN MOSS, 17-358.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 23, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a median curb on Westminster Street between Cahir Street and Fricker Street directly in front of the Providence School Department.

Herb Chambers Honda of Seekonk                 $1,229.23

Balise Collision Repair of Warwick                 $2,054.70

9. NOOK, LLC, 17-327.  Compensation for damages sustained on June 2, 2017, whereby petitioner alleges Providence sewage system backed up into the two lower apartments and hallway of 3 Glasgow Street.

AMCO Insurance Company                     $14,344.41

First Response Restoration                     $10,439.21

10. MARTA LUX PEREZ, 17-345.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 30, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a pothole on Huntington Street.

Tire Warehouse                             $220.00

Balise Toyota Scion of Warwick                 $69.95

11. ASHLEY SCHOMER, 17-378.  Compensation for damages sustained on December 6, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck a pothole on Dudley Street between Prairie Street and Gay Street.

Herb Chambers Honda of Seekonk                 $113.00

12. VERIZON, 17-323.  Compensation for damages sustained on or about September 19, 2017, whereby petitioner alleges City of Providence damaged a Verizon cable in the area of 27 Weybosset Street. (Denied November 30, 2017)

13. SHANNA WILSON, 17-361.  Compensation for damages sustained on September 7, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car struck two open manholes on Vandewater Street.

National Car Rental                         $4,157.14

Coletta’s Garage                            $150.00

FIRE DEPARTMENT

14. ALLSTATE INSURANCE a/s/o JULIAN LOPEZ, 17-223.  Compensation for damages sustained on February 25, 2017, whereby petitioner’s parked vehicle was struck by a Fire Department vehicle operated by Cipriano Illiano on Smithfield Avenue. (Denied September 19, 2017)

15. IRENE C. FERREIRA, 17-369.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on November 14, 2017, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a Providence Fire Department ambulance on Hope Street.

Mario’s Towing Inc.                         $154.00

State Auto Body                             $2,719.45

North Smithfield Auto Body                     $5,343.92

PARKS DEPARTMENT

16. KEVIN N. MCVAY, 17-350.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 29-30, 2017, whereby petitioner’s fence was damaged from a fallen City tree.

Wood & Wire Fence Co., Inc.                     $267.87

17. VINAL RAMSDELL, 17-333.  Compensation for damages sustained on October 4, 2017, whereby petitioner’s car was struck with acorns and debris on Hawkins Street.

Thompson Auto Sales                         $330.00

PARKS DEPARTMENT & DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

18. ELIZABETH A. HOLROYD (Harry J. Hoopis, Esquire), 17-341.  Compensation for damages sustained on April 24, 2017, whereby petitioner alleges City tree roots caused sewer line damage.

POLICE DEPARTMENT

19. ALLSTATE a/s/o BENNY DELANUEZ, 17-360.  Compensation for damages sustained on August 19, 2017, whereby petitioner’s parked vehicle was struck by a City of Providence vehicle operated by Greg Paolo in front of 31 Elma Street.

Claim                                 $5,249.02

20. MICHAEL TODARO (Artin Coloian, Esquire), 17-161.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on March 15, 2017, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a Police Department cruiser at the intersection of Manton Avenue and Glenbridge Avenue.

Alpine Auto Body, Inc.                         $2,594.13

SUITS

21. ARBELLA INSURANCE GROUP a/s/o PETER AGUIAR (Lynda L. Laing, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE, 17-250.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on or about October 17, 2016, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a City of Providence vehicle operated by David Vollucci on Allens Avenue.

Claim                                 $13,262.19

22. JAMES BURNS (Richard S. Pollock, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE AND CARLOS SANTOS, 15-63.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on January 28, 2015, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a Public Works vehicle driven by Carlos Santos.

23. JAMES BURNS (John S. Coughlin, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE AND CARLOS SANTOS, 15-603.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on January 28, 2015, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a City of Providence motor vehicle operated by Carlos Santos.

Claim                                       $25,000.00

24. COMMERCE INSURANCE COMPANY a/s/o DENNIS J. O'GRADY, 15-607.  Compensation for damages sustained on June 25, 2015, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a Fire Department vehicle operated by Mark Livingsten. (Settled June 8, 2016)

Claim                                       $20,599.19

25. JOANNE L. EDDY (Robert M. Brady, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE, 16-103.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on February 4, 2016, whereby petitioner tripped and fell on the sidewalk in front of 147 Rutherglen Avenue.

Claim                                       $100,000.00

26. GEICO a/s/o LUCIA NEWTON (Lynda L. Laing, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE, 15-623.  Compensation for damages sustained on February 9, 2015, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident with a City vehicle operated by Anthony Arnold.

Claim                                       $5,551.43

27. DALE RANKIN (John S. Coughlin, Esquire) vs. the CITY OF PROVIDENCE AND MICHELLE TRICARICO, 16-206.  Compensation for injuries and damages sustained on November 5, 2013, whereby petitioner was involved in an accident at the intersection of Branch Avenue and Veazie Street.

 

 

PER ORDER THE Committee on Claims and Pending Suits

    Councilman Nicholas J. Narducci, Jr., Vice-Chairman

 

 

The Committee will seek to enter into Executive Session pursuant to Rhode Island General Laws Section 42-46-5 (a) (2).

Offices and City Council Chambers are accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you are in need of interpreter services for the hearing impaired, please contact the Office of Neighborhood Services at 421-7768 not less than 48 hours in advance of the hearing date.

Click here to view an electronic version of the agenda with supporting documentation

 

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