Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. as subrogee of Carlton Prillaman v. United States of America
Plaintiff: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. as subrogee of Carlton Prillaman
Defendant: United States of America
Case Number: 4:2013cv00129
Filed: June 10, 2013
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
Office: Newport News Office
County: Norfolk City
Presiding Judge: Lawrence R. Leonard
Presiding Judge: Rebecca Beach Smith
Nature of Suit: Railway Labor Act
Cause of Action: 28:1345
Jury Demanded By: None
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Plaintiff: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. as subrogee of Carlton Prillaman
Represented By: Daniel Robert Brooks
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Defendant: United States of America
Represented By: Kent Pendleton Porter
Represented By: Daniel Patrick Shean
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