Chartis Property Casualty Company v. Whirlpool Corporation

Plaintiff: Chartis Property Casualty Company and American Home Assurance Company
Defendant: Whirlpool Corporation
Case Number: 1:2012cv23310
Filed: September 11, 2012
Court: Florida Southern District Court
Office: Miami Office
County: Miami-Dade
Presiding Judge: Patricia A. Seitz
Referring Judge: Andrea M. Simonton
Nature of Suit: Property Damage Product Liability
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: Chartis Property Casualty Company
Represented By: Andrew Nicholas Mescolotto
Represented By: Christopher Rogers Fertig
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Plaintiff: American Home Assurance Company
Represented By: Andrew Nicholas Mescolotto
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Defendant: Whirlpool Corporation
Represented By: James W. McCready, III.
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