Alashkar v. Ciccotto et al

Defendant: Glenn Ciccotto, U-Haul Business Consultants, Inc. and Linda Ciccotto
Plaintiff: Nick Alashkar
Case Number: 2:2013cv10181
Filed: January 16, 2013
Court: Michigan Eastern District Court
County: Wayne
Referring Judge: Mark A. Randon
Presiding Judge: Stephen J. Murphy
Nature of Suit: Motor Vehicle

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Represented By: Patricia L. Worrall
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