HYDER et al v. A-C PRODUCT LIABILITY TRUST

Plaintiff: WILLARD E. BARTEL and DAVID C. PEEBLES
Defendant: A-C PRODUCT LIABILITY TRUST
Case Number: 5:2011cv53737
Filed: October 3, 2011
Court: Pennsylvania Eastern District Court
Office: Allentown Office
County: Outside the State of PA.
Presiding Judge: EDUARDO C. ROBRENO
Nature of Suit: Airplane
Cause of Action: 46:0688
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: WILLARD E. BARTEL
Represented By: DUANE C. MARSDEN
Represented By: DONALD A. KRISPIN
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Plaintiff: DAVID C. PEEBLES
Represented By: DONALD A. KRISPIN
Represented By: DUANE C. MARSDEN
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Defendant: A-C PRODUCT LIABILITY TRUST
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