Adamscheck v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company

Filing 46

FINAL JUDGMENT in favor of Patrick Adamscheck against American Family Mutual Insurance Company pursuant to 43 Jury Verdict, by Clerk on 1/30/2015. (ebuch)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 13-cv-02074-RPM PATRICK ADAMSCHECK, Plaintiff, v. AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE, Defendant. ____________________________________________________________________________________ FINAL JUDGMENT ____________________________________________________________________________________ In accordance with the orders filed during the pendency of this case, and pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 58(a), the following Final Judgment is hereby entered. This matter was tried from January 26, 2015 through January 30, 2015, before an empaneled jury of twelve, Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch presiding. Pursuant to and in accordance with the jury’s verdict for the plaintiff for underinsured motorist benefits in the amount of $395,561.00 and the jury’s finding of unreasonable denial of benefits, the plaintiff is allowed to recover two times the covered benefit according to C.R.S. 10-3-1116. It is ORDERED that judgment is entered in favor of plaintiff Patrick Adamscheck and against defendant American Family Mutual Insurance in the total amount of $1,186,683.00. It is FURTHER ORDERED that post-judgment interest shall accrue at the legal rate of 0.17 % from the date of entry of judgment. It is FURTHER ORDERED that plaintiff Patrick Adamscheck will be awarded reasonable attorney’s fees. It is FURTHER ORDERED that plaintiff Patrick Adamscheck shall have his statutory costs by the filing of a Bill of Costs with the Clerk of this Court within fourteen days of entry of judgment. DATED at Denver, Colorado, this 30th day of January, 2015. FOR THE COURT: Jeffrey P. Colwell, Clerk By: s/Emily Buchanan Deputy Clerk

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