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Estate executor alleges Lincoln word breached contract

Louie Torres

Feb. 27, 2017, 8:16am

PITTSBURGH — A Pittsburgh lady is suing word companies, alleging crack of contract.

Susan G. Farber, as executor of a estate of Zola H. Gold and persons entitled to resources of a estate of Zola H. Gold, Rise Insurance Agency, Inc., and Steffi B. Gold filed a lawsuit Feb. 16 in U.S. District Court for a Western District of Pennsylvania opposite

Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Lincoln Financial Advisors Corporation, Gerald Silver and Capital Coordination Insurance,

alleging refusal to compensate commissions warranted by a plaintiff.

According to a complaint, Farber postulated financial indemnification when her elect was not paid to her. The plaintiff alleges a defendants have unsuccessful to compensate a elect to Farber after a genocide of Zola H. Gold on Aug. 10, 2015.

Farber seeks hearing by jury, visualisation of during slightest $75,000, and interest, punitive damages, justice costs and all serve service a justice grants. She is represented by attorneys Lauren D. Rushak and Jerri A. Ryan of Clark Hill PLC in Pittsburgh

U.S. District Court for a Western District of Pennsylvania Case series 2:17-cv-00220-LPL


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Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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