Supplemental Medical Services, Inc. v. Mediplex Health Care Services et al

Defendant: Mediplex Health Care Services
Plaintiff: Supplemental Medical Services, Inc.
Garnishee: CGS Administrators, LLC
Case Number: 3:2014cv00849
Filed: March 26, 2014
Court: Tennessee Middle District Court
Office: Nashville Office
County: Davidson
Presiding Judge: Aleta A. Trauger
Nature of Suit: Medicare Act
Cause of Action: 28:1441
Jury Demanded By: None

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Defendant: Mediplex Health Care Services
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Plaintiff: Supplemental Medical Services, Inc.
Represented By: Jennifer A. Coke
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Garnishee: CGS Administrators, LLC
Represented By: John E. B. Gerth
Represented By: Waverly David Crenshaw, Jr.
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