Nielson et al v. Eagle Tugs, LLC et al
DEFAULT JUDGMENT, Plf Nielson's 80 MOTION to Set Aside Order is GRANTED as set out. 79 Order dismissing Plf Nielson's claims for failure to prosecute is SET ASIDE & VACATED. Judgment is entered in favor of Derrin Nielson against Chaiss on Tugs, LLC, Eagle Tugs, LLC. in the total sum of $9,962.50, plus pre-judgment interest at the rate of 6% per annum from 12/15/09 through the date of this judgment, & post-judgment interest shall accrue at the rate of.18% from the date this judgment is entered on the docket until the judgment is paid. Costs are to be taxed against Dfts. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 3/15/2012. (copies mailed to Chaisson Tugs, LLC & Eagle Tugs, LLC on 3/16/12) (tot)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
DERRIN NIELSON, SAMUEL
GRISWOLD, CHAD DUET,
STEVEN SCOGGINS and
EAGLE TUGS, LLC, a corporation;
the M/V MR. LESTER, its hull,
engines and appurtenances, In Rem; *
CHAISSON TUGS, LLC,
a corporation; and the M/V
CARL T, its hull, engines and
appurtenances, In Rem,
CIVIL ACTION NO: 10-0074-CG-C
ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME
CLAIM UNDER RULE 9(h)
DEFAULT JUDGMENT IN FAVOR OF PLAINTIFF
Upon due consideration of the motion to set aside order (Doc. 79) dismissing
the claim of Derrin Nielson without prejudice (Doc. 81), said motion is hereby
GRANTED. The court’s order dismissing plaintiff Derrin Nielson’s claims for
failure to prosecute is hereby SET ASIDE and VACATED.
On the motion and affidavit of the Plaintiff, Derrin Nielson, and default
having been entered against the Defendants herein on October 5, 2011 (Doc. 61), it
is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that judgment is entered
against Defendants, Eagle Tugs, LLC and Chaisson Tugs, LLC, for wages earned by
the Plaintiff, Derrin Nielson, while employed as a pilot or wheelman of the M/V MR.
LESTER and the M/V CARL T, in the total sum of $9,962.50, plus pre-judgment
interest thereon at the rate of 6% per annum from December 15, 2009 through the
date of entry of this judgment. Post judgment interest is imposed pursuant to Title
28, U.S.C., § 1961, and shall accrue at the rate of 0.18 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 15th day of March, 2012.
/s/ Callie V. S. Granade
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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