District of Michigan Torts - Injury Cases

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Foglia v. Hunter et al
as 1:2014cv00604
Defendant: Nicole Nystrom, Vince Nystrom, Joseph R. Hunter and others
Plaintiff: Michael Foglia
Cause Of Action: Interpleader Action
Jabrocki v. Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc.
as 1:2012cv00004
Defendant: Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc.
Plaintiff: Gary A. Jabrocki
Cause Of Action: Jones Act
Bachus v. United States of America
as 1:2011cv01339
Defendant: United States of America
Plaintiff: Nancy Bachus
Cause Of Action: Federal Question-Marine Personal Injury
Frei et al v. Lavey
as 2:2011cv00284
Plaintiff: Julia I. Frei
Defendant: Joseph F. Lavey
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Erdman et al v. Gramza
as 1:2011cv00331
Plaintiff: Arthur Andres , Gary Erdman , Daniel Erdman and others
Defendant: David Gramza
Mediator: Facilitative Mediator
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
McKeough v 2005 Mastercraft X80 STS MC 5625 SR
as 1:2011cv00256
Plaintiff: Michael McKeough
Defendant: 2005 Mastercraft X80 STS MC 5625 SR
Cause Of Action: Limitation of liability of owners-vessels
Konyn v. Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad Company We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2011cv00051
Defendant: Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad Company
Plaintiff: Jeffrey Konyn
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Youngberg v. McKeough et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2010cv00916
Plaintiff: Janice Youngberg
Defendant: Michael McKeough, Nina McKeough, Jack McKeough and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Morten et al v. Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc.
as 1:2010cv00559
Plaintiff: Nancy Morten , James Morten
Defendant: Lake Michigan Trans-Lake Shortcut, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Personal Injury
Whyte v. Spirit of Lasalle, LLC
as 2:2010cv00098
Plaintiff: Donald R, Whyte
Defendant: Spirit of Lasalle, LLC
Cause Of Action: Maritime Personal Injury
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