Pierce v. Central United Life Insurance Company
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|December 28, 2010
ORDER that Dft's 87 Motion for Summary Judgment Re Class Action and Alternative Motion to Stay is granted in part; that Dft's Motion to Stay (Doc. 87) is granted for a period of 120 days while the parties may petition for relief as approp riate in Skelton v. Central United Life Insurance Company, No. CV-2008-900178, Circuit Court of Mobile County, State of Alabama; that the parties shall file a Joint Status Report every 30 days, commencing on 02/01/11, informing the Court of the statu s of the case; that Dft's 87 Motion for Summary Judgment Re Class Action and Pla's Motion to File a Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment (Doc. 89 - 90 ) remain pending while the case is stayed. Signed by Judge Earl H Carroll on 12/28/10. (ESL)
|July 15, 2009
ORDER that Dft's Motion 31 for Summary Judgment is denied. FURTHER ORDERED that Pla's Motion 33 for Partial Summary Judgment is granted. FURTHER ORDERED that the phrase "actual charges" as used in the Dixie National Life Insur ance Company Cancer Treatment Benefit Policy shall mean, for the purpose of this action, the amount billed by the health care provider, without any reduction based on the amount that the health care provider accepted as payment in full. FURTHER ORDERED that the Parties shall submit a Joint Status Report by July 31, 2009, updating the Court on the status of the case and proposing relevant case management deadlines and dates for trial. Signed by Judge Earl H Carroll on 7/14/09.(KMG, )
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