Nesbitt et al v. Bacot et al

Filing 58

ORDER granting 57 Motion for approval of the compromise of the claim of Plaintiff A.N., a minor, as to Defendant Wesley Adam Sherrod. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 7/28/17. (jlm)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA ^ JUL ^8 p;1 P:5 o7 SAVANNAH DIVISION DALLAS NESBITT,Individually, BRIANNA CORDOVA,Individually and as NEXT FRIEND ofA.N., a minor. Civil Action No. CV4:16-009 Plaintiffs, V. BRITTANY BACOT,BACOT'S ELECTRICAL SERVICES,LLC, & WESLEY ADAM SHERROD, Defendants. ORDER Before the Court is the Petition of Plaintiffs Dallas Nesbitt and Brianna Cordova, the parents and guardians of Plaintiff A.N., a minor,for approval of the compromise ofthe claim of Plaintiff A.N., a minor, as to Defendant Wesley Adam Sherrod. Having read and considered the petition, including the Local Rule 17.1(B) Verified Statement of Plaintiffs Counsel, Thomas A. Withers, Esq., the Court hereby approves the allocation of settlement proceeds from Defendant Sherrod, including the payment of attomey's fees and litigation expenses, as requested in said Petition. Specifically,out ofthe $39,500.00 settlement firom Defendant Sherrod,Plaintiffs counsel shall receive $11,850.00 in attorneys' fees and be reimbursed $3,078.38 in litigation expenses.The remaining proceeds from Defendant Sherrod shall be distributed on a 2-1-1 basis, with $12,285.81 to minor Plaintiff A.N., $6,142.90 to Plaintiff Dallas Nesbitt, and $6,142.91 to Plaintiff Briaiuia Cordova. The resolution ofany valid lien for medical services to minor PlaintifT A.N. shall be made out ofthe portions of die proceeds allocated to Plaintiffs Dallas Nesbitt and Briana Cordova,and shall not be the responsibility of minor Plaintiff A.N. SO ORDERED this^^ay of .2017. HONORABLE WILLIAM T. M0B3RE,JR. JUDGE,UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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