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06-8180 - Kodrin et al v. State Farm Insurance Company et al

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06-8180 - Kodrin et al v. State Farm Insurance Company et al
January 23, 2007
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ORDER denying 3 Motion to Remand to State Court; denying 3 Motion to Stay; Further Ordered that plaintiffs' claims Brian R. Bubrig Insurance Agency, Inc. are dismissed. Signed by Judge Carl Barbier on 1/23/07. (sek, )
November 21, 2007
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ORDER; On November 7, 2007 a jury returned a verdict in favor of plaintiffs Judy and Michael Kodrin on their claims against their homeowner's insurer, State Farm Fire and Casualty Company; The jury awarded damages as follows for breach of contract: Dwelling $106,260.00; Other structures 10,626.00; Personal contents 79,695.00; Additional living expenses 9,736.96; Since Judy Kodrin was the sole owner of the house, she is entitled to recover amounts awarded for dwelling & other structures. The personal property or contents were owned jointly by the Kodrins, and additional living expenses were incurred jointly; In addition, the jury found that State Farm's failure to pay the Kodrins' claims within 30 or 60 days from proof of loss was arbitrary, unreasonable, and in bad faith. A final judgment will be entered in accordance with the jury verdict & this order. Counsel for plaintiffs shall file a properly supported motion for attorneys fees & costs within 20 days from entry of the final judgment. Defense counsel shall file any opposition within 10 days thereafter. Signed by Judge Carl Barbier on 11/21/07.(sek, )
January 31, 2008
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1/08. (sek, )ORDER granting 132 Motion for Attorney Fees & Costs; insofar as Plaintiffs are to be awarded attorneys fees, including paralegal fees, in the amount of $130,774.69, and costs in the amount of $8,459.70. Signed by Judge Carl Barbier on 1/3