Wing Chau, et al v. Aviva Life and Annuity Company

Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES SUNG, MD and an Individual and CHARLES SUNG MD PC, a Washington Professional Corporation
Defendant - Appellee: AVIVA LIFE AND ANNUITY COMPANY, an Iowa Corporation, formerly doing business as Amerus Life Insurance Company, doing business as Indianapolis Life Insurance Company
Case Number: 13-10064
Filed: January 21, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Fraud

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Plaintiff - appellant: CHARLES SUNG, MD and an Individual
Represented By: Stephen D. Phillabaum
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Plaintiff - appellant: CHARLES SUNG MD PC, a Washington Professional Corporation
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