New Lawsuits: Thursday Feb. 17
Wilma Juanita Kern (by and through her attorney-in-fact Mark S. Kern), and Judith A. Chapman individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, v. General Electric Capital Assurance Company, a stock life insurance companyKern and Chapman, and Class allege they paid their insurance premiums, but General Electric Capital Assurance Company refused to pay for the long-term-assisted-care. The Plaintiffs and Class claim GECAC was deceptive in the presentation of information in the policy contract, and GECAC refuses to refund benefits owed to them.
Class Action Complaint; PA- Bradley M. Lakin
The Plaintiffs and Class seek damages not to exceed $75,000, plus all costs, and further compensation as the Court sees fit.
05 L 185
Christopher J. Gray v. Moto, Inc., a Missouri Corp., d/b/a Motomart, and FKG Oil Company, a Missouri Corporation, d/b/a Motomart
J-Kardis; PA-Carol L. Cagle
Gray alleges, as a pedestrian on the premises of the Godfrey Motomart, on Mar. 23, 2003, he was struck by a vehicle. Gray claims Motomart failed to maintain its premises which provided hazardous conditions for its patrons. He is seeking damages of at least $100,000 for physical and mental anguish, medical bills, and lost wages.
05 L 186
J.F. Electric, Incorporated, J.F. Family Management Company, as general partner of J.F. Family Limited Partnership; and J.F. Family Limited Partnership, v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company
J-Stack; PA-David M. Duree
J.F. Electric, Incorporated claims a fire totally destroyed their building on Feb. 6, 2003. J.F. Electric alleges their insurer, St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance company failed to pay for the reconstruction of a new building and the demolition of the fire damaged building, as covered in the terms of the insurance policy. J.F. prays for a damages totaling $580,000, including a $60,000 penalty fee, plus attorney fees and all costs.
05 L 190