- Report: #1037933
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Complaint Review: Ross Barr patient care now drive md
Ross Barr patient care now drive md6313 owensmouth Woodland hills, California United States of America
Ross Barr patient care now drive md Stole employee money Woodland hills, California
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Not including my case, there are 6 cases listed. Of those, 4 are still pending waiting for their day in court to arrive, 1 was dismissed after the parties reached an agreement outside of court, and 1 was an outright win by the driver. Here are the case summaries:
Armen Papoyan V. PCT: case pending with next court date 4-8-13.
Dean Coffman V. PCT: case pending with next court date 4-29-13.
David Patterson V. PCT: case pending with next court date 4-15-13.
Andres Valderrama V. PCT: case pending with next court date 4-8-13.
Sarkis Mambreian V. PCT: this one is more complicated. Sarkis filed his suit. PCT counter sued saying Sarkis stole employees and customers. PCT lost their counter suit. Judgement for Sarkis in the amount of $10,000 plus court costs. PCT has filed an appeal of the ruling, next court date 5-9-13.
Harold Wright V. PCT: case was dismissed after both parties reached a settlement agreement outside of court. The court retains jurisdiction pursuit to CCP 664.6 to enforce full terms of the settlement. The settlement details were not entered into the case summary
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/25/2013 06:44 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ross-Barr-patient-care-now-drive-md/Woodland-hills-California-/Ross-Barr-patient-care-now-drive-md-Stole-employee-money-Woodland-hills-California-1037933. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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