Glenn L Thrash Sr v. State Farm Fire And Casualty Company et al

VERDICT

Trial
08/25/14 – 09/05/14

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Summary

Plaintiff Glenn Thrash, a homeowner, filed suit against defendants State Farm; ServPro, a home repair business; and Jackie Copeland, ServPro's officer, claiming breach of the insurance contract and negligence related to the repair and cleaning of Thrash's home after a water pipe break. Thrash claimed negligent repair of the home led to the growth of mold in the dwelling. State Farm claimed that it had complied with its coverage under the contract and that ServPro functioned as an independent contractor for which State Farm was not liable.

The jury found in favor of defendant State Farm in Thrash's breach of contract claim and also found that Servpro was not the agent of State Farm. The jury found in favor of Thrash in his negligence claim against ServPro, awarding $177,919.33 and apportioning 40% fault to Thrash and 60% to Servpro.

Outcome

State Farm - 0%
Servpro - 60%
Glenn Thrash - 40%

Damages - $177,919.33

Sessions

AM Session
Plaintiff Witness(es)
2 Chapters
AUG
29
AM Session
Defense Witness(es)
3 Chapters
SEP
2
SEP
3
PM Session
Other
2 Chapters
PM Session
Other
2 Chapters
SEP
4

Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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