Torts - Injury Cases

Cases filed

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Rys v. Police Report File #1 #2 et al
as 3:2015cv01155
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Personal Injury
Rory Walsh v. USA, et al
as 15-2228
Plaintiff - Appellant: RORY M. WALSH
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In re: NFL Players Concussion
as 15-2272
Plaintiff - Appellee: KEVIN TURNER, Subclass 2 Representative, SHAWN WOODEN, Subclass1 Representative
Defendant - Appellee: NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE, NFL PROPERTIES
Not Party - Appellant: RAYMOND ARMSTRONG, NATHANIEL NEWTON, JR., LARRY BROWN and others
Movant - Appellant: EVAN OGELSBY
In re: NFL Plyers Concussion
as 15-2273
Plaintiff - Appellee: KEVIN TURNER, Subclass 2 Representative, SHAWN WOODEN, Subclass1 Representative
Defendant - Appellee: NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE, NFL PROPERTIES
Not Party - Appellant: LIYONGO PATRISE ALEXANDER, CHARLIE ANDERSON, CHARLES E. ARBUCKLE and others
Larry Naquin, Sr. v. Elevating Boats, L.L.C.
as 15-30471
Defendant-Third Party Plaintiff - Appellant: ELEVATING BOATS, L.L.C.
Third Party Defendant - Appellee: STATE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY
Haskell v. American Medical Stystems, Inc.
as 2:2015cv06595
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Canales v. Kohl's Department Stores, Inc.
as 2:2015cv00227
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Notice of Removal
National General Insurance Company v. Walker Express Delivers, L.L.C. et al
as 1:2015cv00272
Plaintiff: National General Insurance Company
Defendant: Walker Express Delivers, L.L.C., Michael Walker, Julie Walker and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Declaratory Judgement
Kirkland v. Progressive Insurance Company
as 1:2015cv00274
Plaintiff: Johnny Kirkland
Defendant: Progressive Insurance Company
Cause Of Action: Removal of Civil/Criminal Action from State Court
Mugnolo v. DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. et al
as 4:2015cv02314
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Motor Vehicle Product Liability
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