District of South Carolina Torts - Property Cases

Cases filed

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Arch Insurance Company v. Graham Golf Cars Inc
as 4:2015cv01738
Plaintiff: Arch Insurance Company
Defendant: Graham Golf Cars Inc
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Other Contract
Lane v. Lane et al
as 9:2015cv01740
Plaintiff: Robert M Lane
Defendant: Vikki L Lane, Bruce Glesby, Marisa Beuoy and others
Cause Of Action: Breach of Contract
Twin City Fire Insurance Company v. Thomas Spry et al
as 2:2015cv01663
Plaintiff: Twin City Fire Insurance Company
Defendant: Thomas Spry , Thomas Paige International , Deborah Estrin and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Fraud
Quarterman v. Radius Engineering International Inc et al
as 8:2015cv01598
Plaintiff: Mark Quarterman
Defendant: Radius Engineering International Inc, Hyperspan Infrastructures Inc, Walton W McCarthy and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Besley v. FCA US LLC
as 1:2015cv01511
Plaintiff: Robert K Besley, Jr
Defendant: FCA US LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Fraud
Holcomb et al v. Hamilton Beach Brands Inc et al
as 3:2015cv01383
Plaintiff: Grant Holcomb , Denise Holcomb
Defendant: Hamilton Beach Brands Inc, Hamilton Beach Inc, Lowe's Home Centers Inc and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Ashmore v. Poole et al
as 8:2015cv01350
Plaintiff: Beattie B Ashmore
Defendant: Robert Poole , Ann B Ring, Timothy J Ring
Cause Of Action: Federal Receiver Case to Disgorge Profits
Ashmore v. Townsend et al
as 8:2015cv01337
Plaintiff: Beattie B Ashmore
Defendant: Roger Townsend , Janice Townsend
Cause Of Action: Federal Receiver Case to Disgorge Profits
Ashmore v. Nalley et al
as 8:2015cv01339
Plaintiff: Beattie B Ashmore
Defendant: Wayne Nalley , Sandra Nalley
Cause Of Action: Federal Receiver Case to Disgorge Profits
Ashmore v. Rowell
as 8:2015cv01336
Plaintiff: Beattie B Ashmore
Defendant: Vernon E Rowell
Cause Of Action: Federal Receiver Case to Disgorge Profits
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