District of New Hampshire Torts - Injury Cases

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Bisson et al v. Shaw's Supermarkets, Inc.
as 1:2014cv00438
Defendant: Shaw's Supermarkets, Inc.
Plaintiff: Rene Bisson, Lorraine A. Bisson
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Fischer v. Winslow
as 1:2014cv00434
Plaintiff: Madalyn Barton Fischer
Defendant: Eugene Winslow
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Fischer v. US Social Security Administration We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2014cv00435
Defendant: US Social Security Administration
Plaintiff: Madalyn Barton Fischer
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Calledare v. Potter We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2014cv00416
Defendant: Samantha Potter
Plaintiff: Brandon Calledare
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Fischer v. Naylor
as 1:2014cv00412
Plaintiff: Madalyn Barton Fischer
Defendant: David Naylor
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Tingle et al v. General Electric Company
as 1:2014cv00385
Plaintiff: Jane Tingle, Russell Tingle
Defendant: General Electric Company
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Personal Injury
Chase et al v. Morse
as 1:2014cv00381
Defendant: Stanley Morse
Plaintiff: Greg Chase, Debra Chase
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Gobbi v. Hospital Medicine Associates, LLC
as 1:2014cv00354
Plaintiff: Mariann Gobbi
Defendant: Hospital Medicine Associates, LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Medical Malpractice
Ingalls v. USA
as 1:2014cv00348
Defendant: USA
Plaintiff: Erica Ingalls
Cause Of Action: Federal Tort Claims Act
Lauretani et al v. Canobie Lake Park Corp.
as 1:2014cv00344
Plaintiff: Christopher Lauretani, Maria Lauretani
Defendant: Canobie Lake Park Corp.
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
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