Bryson, et. al. v. Neal, Koch, et. al

Case: JAMES BRYSON, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of NICHOLAS BRYSON, a minor, and MELANNIE BRYSON, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of NICHOLAS BRYSON, a minor, and JOHN GRIFFITH, IV, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of JOHN GRIFFITH, V, a minor, and ANGELA ROSSI, individually, and as co-administrator of the Estate of JOHN GRIFFITH, V, a minor, and SHIRLEY BUCHER TERENCHIN, individually, and as the administrator of the Estate of DEVAUGHN LEE, a minor v. BRUCE NEAL and PAMELA J. NEAL, MARK NEAL, HENRY M. KOCH, JR., as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor, TRICIA L. KOCH, as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor, and CHAD M. HOLLINGER, as co-administrator of the Estate of CODY AUSTIN HOLLINGER, a minor
Case number: CI-13-00417
Presiding judge: Cullen
Names of all parties: James Bryson, Estate of Nicholas Bryson, Melannie Bryson, John Griffith IV, Estate of John Griffith V, Angela Rossi, Shirley Bucher Terenchin, Estate of Devaughn Lee, Bruce Neal, Pamela J. Neal, Mark Neal, Henry M. Koch Jr., Estate of Cody Austin Hollinger, Tricia L. Koch, Chad M. Hollinger
Attorney(s): Howard G. Silverman, Thomas E. Brenner, Paul W. Grego, Peter J. Speaker, Michael W. Wagman, Candidus K. Dougherty, Joseph F. Murphy, David Dowling, John M. Zimmerman, George E. Saba Jr.
Date: 05-30-2014
Abstract:

Bryson, et al. v. Neal, Koch, et al. – No. CI-13-00417 – Cullen, J. – May 30, 2014 – Civil – Judgment on the Pleadings – Summary Judgment – Negligence – Joint Venture.

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