U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit Torts - Injury Cases

Personal Injury- Product Liability Cases, Dockets and Filings
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Cases 1 - 10 of 55
Satchi v. Rheon U.S.A.
as 17-1640
Plaintiff - Appellant: THIRU SATCHI, as administrator of the estate of Yogambigai Pasupathipillai
Defendant - Appellee: RHEON U.S.A
Defendant: INTRALOX, LLC
Reyes, et al v. Kane Caribbean
as 17-1587
Plaintiff - Appellee: CARLOS J. REYES, MARIBELLA REYES, A. REYES-REYES, Minor and others
Defendant - Appellant: KANE CARIBBEAN
Defendant: KOMATSU AMERICA, KOMATSU LATIN AMERICA
McKeague v. One World Technologies, Inc., et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 16-2148
Plaintiff - Appellant: TODD MCKEAGUE
Defendant - Appellee: ONE WORLD TECHNOLOGIES, INC., RYOBI TECHNOLOGIES, INC., HOME DEPOT U.S.A., INC.
Swift v. Spatafore
as 16-1967
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES SWIFT
Defendant - Appellee: ANTHONY SPATAFORE, Inside Liability Adjuster Massachusetts Bay Insurance Company
Swift v. Spatafore
as 16-1883
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES SWIFT
Defendant - Appellee: ANTHONY SPATAFORE, inside liability adjuster Massachusetts Bay Insurance Company
LaPage, et al v. E-One Inc., et al
as 15-1909
Plaintiff - Appellee: DIANE LAPAGE, individually and as Administratrix of the Estate of Allan P. LePage
Plaintiff: ALLAN P. LEPAGE, JR.
Defendant - Appellant: E-ONE INC., f/k/a Emergency One Inc.
Defendant: GREENWOOD EMERGENCY VEHICLE, INC.
Interested Party: KINGSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING ASSOCIATES, INC., FORSTER ASSOCIATES, LLC
LaPage, et al v. E-One Inc., et al
as 15-1860
Plaintiff - Appellant: DIANE LAPAGE, individually and as Administratrix of the Estate of Allan P. LePage
Plaintiff: ALLAN P. LEPAGE, JR.
Defendant - Appellee: E-ONE INC., f/k/a Emergency One Inc.
Defendant: GREENWOOD EMERGENCY VEHICLE, INC.
Interested Party: KINGSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING ASSOCIATES, INC., FORSTER ASSOCIATES, LLC

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