Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company et al v. 84 Lumber Company

Defendant: 84 Lumber Company
Plaintiff: Palace Properties, LLC and Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company
Case Number: 3:2010cv00194
Filed: February 26, 2010
Court: West Virginia Southern District Court
Office: Huntington Office
County: Cabell
Presiding Judge: Robert C. Chambers
Nature of Suit: Personal Property: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1332 Diversity-Breach of Contract
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Defendant: 84 Lumber Company
Represented By: Troy N. Giatras
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Plaintiff: Palace Properties, LLC
Represented By: Chad S. Lovejoy
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Plaintiff: Erie Insurance Property & Casualty Company
Represented By: Teresa L. Kleeh
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