Contract Cases
Cases 1 - 10 of 109
Henson et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 2:2019cv00029
Defendant: Federal Emerengency Management Agency, FEMA, Department of Homeland Security, National Flood Insurance Program
Plaintiff: Frank Lentz Henson, Beverly Sharpe Henson
Type: Contract Insurance
Arnold v. US Department of Homeland Security et al
as 3:2019cv00502
Plaintiff: Robert Arnold
Defendant: US Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Insurance Contract
Type: Contract Insurance
Campbell et al v. United States Department of Homeland Security et al
as 3:2019cv00180
Defendant: United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency
Plaintiff: Alexander Campbell, Lindsey Campbell
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Insurance Contract
Type: Contract Insurance
Dewys et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 4:2018cv04474
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program and others
Plaintiff: Matthew Dewys, Mark Dewys
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Estate of Daniel Hungerford v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 3:2018cv00368
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program and others
Plaintiff: Estate of Daniel Hungerford
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Tipp et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 3:2018cv00366
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program and others
Plaintiff: Robert W. Tipp, Gail Tipp
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Rajagopalan et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 4:2018cv04103
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program
Plaintiff: Sridharan Rajagopalan, Lakshmy Rajagopalan
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Ramsey et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 4:2018cv04111
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program
Plaintiff: Roger Ramsey, Pamela Ramsey
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Reyna et al v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 3:2018cv00365
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program and others
Plaintiff: Kelley Reyna, David R. Reyna
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance
Sellers v. National Flood Insurance Program et al
as 4:2018cv04113
Plaintiff: David Sellers
Defendant: Kirstjen Nielsen, in Her Official Capacity as Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security, Brock Long, in His Official Capacity as Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Flood Insurance Program
Cause Of Action: Payment of Flood Insurance Claim
Type: Contract Insurance

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