Metro East Physical Rehabilitation, S.C., individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. OneBeacon Insurance Company, OneBeacon American Insurance Company and Commercial Union Insurance Companies, d/b/a OneBeacon Insurance Group
Class Action Complaint; PA-Paul M. Weiss and Bradley M. Lakin

  • Metro East Physical Rehabilitation and Class claim OneBeacon was deceptive in the utilization of a computer software scheme that systematically reduced the benefit payouts to healthcare providers for services rendered to OneBeacon claimants. Plaintiff and Class members are seeking all amounts owed them not exceeding $75,000, and further relief as the Court sees fit.
    05 L 173

    Paula Beals, individually and on behalf of all others similarly v. The Variable Life Insurance Company
    Class Action Complaint; PA-Stephen M. Tillery
  • Beals and Class allege investment management company, The Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company, permitted market-time trading to occur, allowing for certain investors to prosper, while at the same time, Beals and Class members’ investments were diluted. Beals and Class seek compensation and punitive damages not exceeding $75,000, plus all costs.
    05 L 175

    Diane A. Turner, individually and as the representative of a class of similarly situated persons, v. ITI Internet Services, INC d/b/a ITI Bank, The Bancorp Bank, and Moonlight Marketing, Inc.
    Class Action Complaint; PA-Paul M. Weiss and Bradley M. Lakin
  • Turner and Class allege ITI Bank, on behalf of Moonlight Marketing and The Bancorp Bank, conspired together to deposit a forged electronic check in the amount of $199 into her checking account on April 2004. Turner and Class members seek compensation not exceeding $75,000, plus all costs.
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    Richard C. Coy d/b/a Coy Chiropractic, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, v. Chesapeake Life Insurance Company
    Class Action Complaint; PA-Paul M. Weiss and Bradley M. Lakin
  • Coy Chiropractic and Class allege Chesapeake Life Insurance Company, a non-PPO network member, was deceptive in its withholding of benefit payouts owed to healthcare providers for treatment rendered to Chesapeake policy holders. Coy and Class claim Chesapeake manufactured a fraudulent software program designed to systematically pay Coy and Class at the discounted PPO rate. Plaintiff and Class members are seeking all amounts owed them not exceeding $75,000, and further relief as the Court sees fit.
    05 L 177

    Frank Bemis, D.C. et.al v. Cincinnati Insurance et.al.
    Class Action Complaint; PA-Bradley Lakin
  • Bemis alleges Cincinnati improperly applied Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) discounts, withheld payment for valid insurance claims and unfairly profited by their schemes. Bemis seeks a judgment in damages not to exceed $75,000, plus all costs, and further compensation as the Court sees fit.
    05 L 178

    Frank C. Bemis & Associates d/b/a Bemis Chiropractic, individually and on behalf of others similarly situated, v. Auto-Owners Casualty and Surety Company and The Auto-Owners Indemnity Company Class Action Complaint; PA-Paul M. Weiss and Bradley M. Lakin
  • Bemis & Associates and Class allege Auto-Owners Casualty and Surety Company was deceptive in its withholding of benefit payouts owed to healthcare providers for treatment rendered to Auto-Owners' policy holders. Bemis and Class allege Auto-Owners, a non-PPO network member, exploited the PPO network to increase profits, while at the same time causing financial loss to the Plaintiff and Class. Bemis and Class seek damages not exceeding $75,000, plus all costs.
    05 L 179

    Phone Masters, Ltd., Barbara Davis, and Janet Chappell v. Raymond S. Stillwell and Stillwell Law Office, P.C.
    J-Byron; PA-Scott Forbes
  • Phone Masters, Ltd. Business owners, Davis and Chappell allege in January 2002, Stillwell of Stillwell Law Firm was retained for advice and representation concerning the transferal of ownership of the business between shareholders. Davis and Chappell claim Stillwell advised them to invest $265,000 into an illegal investment scheme. The Plaintiffs claim breach of contract to provide competent legal services and are seeking damages of at least $300,000, plus all costs, and further compensation as the Court sees fit.
    05 L 180

    Jim Blasa v. Nooter Construction Company and Nooter Corporation
    J-Stack; PA-Steve Selby
  • Blasa is seeking a judgment in damages of at least $100,000 for injuries and medicals expenses resulting from a fall. Blasa claims Nooter Construction Company improperly installed a handrail at Conoco Philips Company which gave way and caused his fall.
    05 L 181

    Crystal Calvert, Attorney in Fact and Next Friend of Sarah Ferguson v. Beverly Enterprises-Illinois, Inc., d/b/a VIP Manor Nursing Home
    J-; PA- Robert H. Gregory
  • Calvert claims nursing home patient Ferguson experienced substantial injuries from a fall occurring on Dec. 30, 2003, while in the care of VIP Manor Nursing Home located in Wood River. Calvert alleges VIP Manor Nursing Home failed to provide necessary medical care to it residents. Calvert is seeking a judgment in damages of at least $100,000 for injuries and future medical expenses, plus all costs.
    05 L 182

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