Simmons v. USAA Casualty Insurance Company et al

Defendant: USAA Casualty Insurance Company and Benjamin B. Dye
Plaintiff: Albert Simmons
Case Number: 2:2013cv00632
Filed: April 5, 2013
Court: Louisiana Eastern District Court
Office: New Orleans Office
County: Orleans
Presiding Judge: Eldon E. Fallon
Referring Judge: Daniel E. Knowles
Nature of Suit: Motor Vehicle
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Auto Negligence
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Defendant: USAA Casualty Insurance Company
Represented By: Craig Joseph Canizaro
Represented By: Shantell L. Payton
Represented By: Kathryn T. Trew
Represented By: Peter Joseph Wanek
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Defendant: Benjamin B. Dye
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Plaintiff: Albert Simmons
Represented By: Christopher James Williamson
Represented By: Edward J. Womac, Jr.
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