Thatcher v. Hanover Insurance Group, Inc., The et al

Defendant: Massachusetts Bay Insurance Company, The
Plaintiff: Allen Thatcher
Case Number: 4:2011cv04118
Filed: November 28, 2011
Court: Arkansas Western District Court
Office: Texarkana Office
County: Miller
Presiding Judge: Susan O. Hickey
Nature of Suit: Insurance
Cause of Action: 28:1332caf
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Defendant: Massachusetts Bay Insurance Company, The
Represented By: R. T. Beard, III
Represented By: John B. Greer, III
Represented By: Lyn Peeples Pruitt
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Plaintiff: Allen Thatcher
Represented By: Timothy Chad Hutchinson
Represented By: John C. Goodson
Represented By: D. Matt Keil
Represented By: Derrick Lee Morton
Represented By: James M. Pratt, Jr.
Represented By: Jason Earnest Roselius
Represented By: Brad E. Seidel
Represented By: Douglas Anthony Terry
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