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Date: 02-05-2013

Case Style: Shannon Liddle v. USAA Casualty Insurance Company

Case Number: CJ-2012-7294

Judge: Thomas E. Prince

Court: District Court, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

Plaintiff's Attorney: Joshua Blair

Defendant's Attorney: Richard A. Bruce

Description: Shannon Liddle sued USAA Casualty Insurance Company claiming:

1. On or about May 16, 2012, at SE 149th and Hiwassee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, the minor child was injured in an automobile accident.

2. That Shannon Liddle is the biological Parent and Next Friend ol the minor child.

3. As a result of the accident, the minor Plaintiff required medical attention, and the minor Plaintiffs Parent and Next Friend incurred certain expenses for the care of the minor Plaintiff.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays for judgment against the Defendant in an amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00).

Defendant USAA appeared and answered as follows:

1. Defendant denies specifically and generally each and every allegation contained in Plaintiff’s Petition and demands strict proof thereof.

WHEREFORE, Defendant moves the court to set Plaintiff’s Petition for hearing.

Outcome: NOW, ON THIS 25th DAY OF January, 2013, this matter comes on for consideration of the parties’ Joint Application for Court Approval of Settlement, and Order for Deposit. The Plaintiffs appear in person and the Defendant appears through counsel of record, Richard A. Bruce. The Court, having reviewed the stipulations and considering the evidence presented on the record, finds as follows:

1. On or about May 16, 2012, at SE 149th and Hiwassee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, the minor child was injured in an automobile accident.

2. That Shannon Liddle is the biological Parent and Next Friend of the minor child.

3. As a result of the accident, the minor Plaintiff required medical attention, and the minor Plaintiffs parent and next friend incurred certain expenses for the care of the minor Plaintiff.
4. USAA Casualty Insurance Company issued a policy of Uninsured/Under-insured Motorist insurance covering this loss.

5.The parties have reached a compromise settlement whereby the Plaintiffs agree to release and discharge Defendant USAA Casualty Insurance Company from all claims arising from the accident, in exchange for the total payment to the Plaintiffs in the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars
($10,000.00).

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