Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company v. WISPACT, Inc. et al
ORDER granting 28 Joint Motion to Dismiss Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Company. Signed by District Judge William M. Conley on 4/11/2018. (kwf)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
HARTFORD LIFE AND ANNUITY
WISPACT, INC., CHEMICAL BANK
MATTHEW SKALITZKY, JOSEPH
SKALITZKY, c/o Gary Alan Hehl, Esq.,
and THE ESTATE OF JANE
SKALITZKY, c/o Gary Alan Hehl, Esq.
Case No.: 17 CV 748
CONSENT ORDER FOR DISMISSAL OF
HARTFORD LIFE AND ANNUITY INSURANCE COMPANY
Upon Joint Motion for Dismissal of Plaintiff Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance
Company (“Hartford”), and the Court having considered the application of the parties, and for
good cause having been shown;
IT IS ORDERED as follows:
Hartford shall be, and hereby is, discharged from any and all liability to
Defendants Wispact, Inc., Chemical Bank, Mathew Skalitzky, Joseph Skalitzky, and the Estate
of Jane Skalitzky relating in any way to individual life insurance policy number U01 901 840
(the “Policy”) and/or the Policy death benefits and interest payable thereunder as a result of the
death of Jane Skalitzky, which funds were distributed by Hartford and deposited into the
Registry of this Court on or about March 20, 2018 (together, the “Death Benefit”);
The Defendants shall be, and hereby are, permanently enjoined from making any
further actual or implied claims, demands and causes of action, asserted or unasserted, express or
implied, foreseen or unforeseen, real or imaginary, suspected or unsuspected, known or
unknown, liquidated or unliquidated, of any kind or nature or description whatsoever, that the
Defendants, jointly and severally, ever had, presently have, may have, or claim or assert to have,
or hereinafter have, may have, or claim or assert to have, against Hartford with respect to the
Death Benefit or otherwise in connection with the Policy against Hartford;
Hartford shall be, and hereby is, dismissed from the above-captioned action with
prejudice, and any and all claims against Hartford relating to the Death Benefit or otherwise in
connection with the Policy shall be, and the same hereby are, dismissed with prejudice and
without further costs or fees to any party; and
Jurisdiction over this action shall be retained on the Court’s docket for resolution
of defendants’ cross-claims to the funds deposited by Hartford, and distribution thereof.
This ORDER shall be deemed a final judgment as to plaintiff in accordance with Fed. R.
Civ. P. 54(b), there being no just reason for delay.
ORDERED this 11th day of April, 2018.
BY THE COURT:
WILLIAM M. CONLEY
United States District Judge
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