Nielson et al v. Eagle Tugs, LLC et al
DEFAULT JUDGMENT in favor of Chad Duet against Chaisson Tugs, LLC, Eagle Tugs, LLC in the total sum of $7,200.00 plus pre-judgment interest thereon from 1/9/10 until the date of entry of this judgment on the docket, at the rate of 6% per an num. Post-judgment interest shall accrue at the rate of .12% from the date this judgment is entered on the docket until the judgment is paid. Costs are to be taxed against the dfts. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 2/2/12. (copies mailed to Chaisson Tugs, LLC & Eagle Tugs, LLC on 2/3/12) (tot) Modified on 2/3/2012 (tot).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
DERRIN NIELSON, SAMUEL
GRISWOLD, CHAD DUET,
STEVEN SCOGGINS and
* CIVIL ACTION NO: 10-0074-CG-C
EAGLE TUGS, LLC, a corporation;
* ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME
the M/V MR. LESTER, its hull,
* CLAIM UNDER RULE 9(h)
engines and appurtenances, In Rem; *
CHAISSON TUGS, LLC,
a corporation; and the M/V
CARL T, its hull, engines and
appurtenances, In Rem,
DEFAULT JUDGMENT IN FAVOR OF PLAINTIFF
On the motion and affidavit of the Plaintiff, Chad Duet, and default having
been entered against the Defendants herein, it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED
and DECREED that judgment be entered against the Defendants, Eagle Tugs,
LLC, and Chaisson Tugs, LLC, for wages earned by the Plaintiff, Chad Duet, while
employed as a member of the crew of the M/V MR. LESTER and the M/V CARL T,
in the total sum of $7,200.00 plus pre-judgment interest thereon from January 9,
2010 until the date of entry of this judgment on the docket, at the rate of 6% per
annum. Post judgment interest is imposed pursuant to Title 28, U.S.C., § 1961, and
shall accrue at the rate of 0.12 percent from the date this judgment is entered on
the docket until the judgment is paid.
Costs are to be taxed against the defendants.
DONE and ORDERED this 2nd day of February, 2012.
/s/ Callie V. S. Granade
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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