Graber et al v. First Federal Savings Bank

Plaintiff: Paul A Graber, Carol Graber and David Wynn Miller
Defendant: First Federal Savings Bank
Case Number: 3:2012cv00330
Filed: June 20, 2012
Court: Indiana Northern District Court
Office: South Bend Office
County: Marshall
Referring Judge: Christopher A Nuechterlein
Presiding Judge: Joseph S Van Bokkelen
Nature of Suit: Truth in Lending
Cause of Action: 31:3729
Jury Demanded By: None

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Plaintiff: Paul A Graber
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Plaintiff: Carol Graber
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Plaintiff: David Wynn Miller
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Defendant: First Federal Savings Bank
Represented By: Christopher G Walter
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