Tenth Circuit Torts - Injury Cases

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Eaton v. Lattimore Materials Corporation et al
as 6:2015cv00071
Plaintiff: Larry R. Eaton
Defendant: Lattimore Materials Corporation , Bill Fussell
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Personal Injury
Marquez v. Maersk Line, Limited
as 1:2014cv00024
Defendant: Maersk Line, Limited
Plaintiff: Chrisnoen Marquez
Cause Of Action: Jones Act
Navico, Inc.
as 4:2014cv00623
Petitioner: Navico, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
In re: Aramark Sports, LLC, et al
as 14-4118
In Re: - Appellant: ARAMARK SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, as owner of a certain 20' 2007 Baja Islander 202 for exoneration from limited liability
Defendant - Appellee: THE ESTATE AND HEIRS OF ROBERT PRESCOTT, THE ESTATE AND HEIRS OF TERRY TARANTO, THE ESTATE AND HEIRS OF MARYANNE TARANTO and others
In Re: Andrade Auto Exchange, Inc. et al
as 2:2014cv02169
Plaintiff: Auto Exchange, Inc. , Andrade Auto Exchange, Inc.
Defendant: Claimants
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Archer v. Perako
as 14-1117
Petitioner - Appellant: DANIEL ARCHER, In Re: Petition of DANIEL ARCHER, as owner of the unnamed vessel Hull ID #SERA5032J798, for Exoneration from or Limitation of Liability
Respondent - Appellee: ALEXIS PERAKOS
Archer v. Perakos We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2013cv03139
Petitioner: Daniel Archer
Respondent: Alexis Perakos
Cause Of Action: Violation of Maritime Regulations
In Re: Aramark Sports and Entertainment Services
as 2:2013cv00818
Defendant: Defendant Placeholder
Plaintiff: Plaintiff Placeholder
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
In Re: Aramark Sports and Entertainment Services
as 2:2012cv01065
Plaintiff: Plaintiff Placeholder
Defendant: Defendant Placeholder
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Djamal v. Verbaet
as 2:2012cv00260
Defendant: Thomas Verbaet
Plaintiff: Dani Djamal
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
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