Bowers v. Life Insurance Company of North America
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 28, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER Defendant Life Insurance Company of North America's finding that Plaintiff Mark Bowers's total amount of life insurance coverage under his policy is $672,000 is AFFIRMED; Plaintiff is awarded $54,215 in attorney's fees and $604.63 in costs (Written Opinion). Signed by Judge Ann D. Montgomery on 08/28/2014. (TLU)
|May 14, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying 22 Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 28 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment. This matter is REMANDED to Defendant Life Insurance Co. of North America for the following matters: a. Determining the amount of Plaintiffs coverage under the Life Policy as of June 13, 2009; and b. Calculating and returning the premiums paid by Plaintiff to Defendant for supplemental coverage from June 27, 2008, until December 26, 2008. Defenda nt shall have 30 days from the date of this Order to address the matters on remand, after which it shall file a one-page letter notifying the Court and Plaintiff of its determinations. Within 14 days, Plaintiff may respond by memorandum to Defendant 's findings and also address the issue of attorney's fees, should Plaintiff decide to seek them and the parties cannot resolve the issue on their own. Defendant shall have 14 days to respond to Plaintiff's memorandum. The party's memoranda shall not exceed 5,000 words each (Written Opinion). Signed by Judge Ann D. Montgomery on 05/14/14. (TLU)
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