Days v. Stonebridge Life Insurance Company

Filing 32

ORDER granting 30 Motion to Dismiss. Plaintiff shall have fourteen days to submit an amended complaint correcting deficiencies identified in this order. Failure to submit an amended complaint will result in dismissal of this case. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 6/29/17. (jrb)

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trn IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR OR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF s vv'' GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION O" o ( I p *.• '/' O* JEANNETTE H. DAYS, Plaintiff, CASE NO. V. CV414-214 STONEBRIDGE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant. ORDER Before the Court is Defendant's Renewed Motion to Dismiss. (Doc. 30.) For the following reasons, Defendant's motion is GRANTED. days submit to deficiencies NOTICE that However, an amended identified failure to Plaintiff in do complaint this so shall order. will result have fourteen correcting Plaintiff in is dismissal the on of this case. BACKGROXJND This case arises from the death of Plaintiff's husband, Benjamin Days Sr., in an accident that occurred on April 21, 2008. (Doc. 1, Attach. 1 at 2.) Mr. Days was covered at the time of his death by life insurance policies^ ^ Plaintiff alleged in her complaint that there are three life insurance policies. (Doc. 1, Attach. 1 at 2.) However, Defendant has stated in its First Motion to Dismiss (Doc. 6, Attach. 6 at 1; id., Attachs. 2-5), and Plaintiff I. 0

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