District of Utah Torts - Injury Cases

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Cases 21 - 30 of 1,448
Ricord v. Wright Medical Group et al
as 2:2015cv00141
Plaintiff: Curtis W. Ricord
Defendant: Wright Medical Group , Wright Medical Technology
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Smith v. Wright Medical Group et al
as 2:2015cv00140
Plaintiff: Martin L. Smith
Defendant: Wright Medical Group , Wright Medical Technology
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Trujillo v. Carnley et al
as 1:2015cv00037
Plaintiff: Joann Trujillo
Defendant: Jeffrey Carnley, Simplex Grinnell, LT Wheels
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
McIntyre v. United States of America
as 2:2015cv00114
Plaintiff: Lorna McIntyre
Defendant: United States of America
Cause Of Action: Federal Tort Claims Act
Archer v. Union Pacific Railroad Company
as 1:2015cv00033
Plaintiff: Charles T. Archer
Defendant: Union Pacific Railroad Company
Cause Of Action: Railways: Fed. Employer's Liability Act
Nicholaou v.USA
as 1:2015cv00034
Plaintiff: George Nicholaou
Defendant: USA
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Notice of Removal
Ziots v. Stryker Corporation et al
as 2:2015cv00104
Plaintiff: Susan Ziots
Defendant: Stryker Corporation, Stryker Sales Corporation
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Product Liability
Louderback et al v. United States of America
as 2:2015cv00105
Plaintiff: Aaron Louderback , Teri Louderback
Defendant: United States of America
Cause Of Action: Tort Claim
Roach v. Kmart
as 2:2015cv00091
Plaintiff: Kristee A. Roach
Defendant: Kmart
Cause Of Action: Notice of Removal- Personal Injury
Hatch v. Techtronic Industries North America et al
as 2:2015cv00063
Plaintiff: Christopher Allen Hatch
Defendant: Techtronic Industries North America , One World Technologies , Ryobi Technologies
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
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