Adamson v. Wadley Health System et al
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|February 6, 2009
JUDGMENT in favor of Lisa Adamson, Individually and as Special Administratrix of the Estate of Charles Adamson, Deceased against separate defendant Michael Potter in sum of $37,250.00 with interest at a rate of.49% from date of judgment unt il paid and in favor of Lisa Adamson,Individually and as Special Administratrix of the Estate of Charles Adamson, Deceased against Wadley Health System, Wadley Regional Medical Center, Wadley Health System Managed Health Care Employee Benefit Plan an d Michael Potter in sum of $26,226.56 with interest at a rate of.49% from date of judgment until paid, for which execution may issue; this judgment in addition to Order 39 entered on October 20, 2008, for payment of medical expenses of Charles Adamson, deceased. Signed by Honorable Jimm Larry Hendren on February 6, 2009. (cnn)
|October 20, 2008
ORDER: decision of Plan Administrator of Wadley Health System reversed, matter remanded to Plan Administrator with directions to process and pay claims in accordance with this order; plaintiff's claims against WebTPA Employer Services, LLC, are dismissed; crossclaim of WebTPA Employer Health Services, LLC, against Wadley Health System and Wadley Regional Medical Center is dismissed; plaintiff's claims against American Health Holdings, Inc., are dismissed; plaintiff's claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent misrepresentation are dismissed; any petition for attorney's fees be filed within fourteen (14) days. Signed by Honorable Jimm Larry Hendren on October 20, 2008. (cnn)
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