Jan. 31, 2017, 3:14pm
LOS ANGELES – An word representative alleges she is due thousands in delinquent commissions from her employer.
Rosslyn Muriu filed a censure on Jan. 17 in a U.S. District Court for a Central District of California opposite the
West Coast Life Insurance Co. and Does 1-10
alleging crack of contract, rascal and astray business practices.
According to a complaint, a plaintiff alleges that she suffered indemnification from not being paid her commissions for word policies she sole while operative for a defendant. She alleges she is due $146,043.76 for commissions and an additional $121,099 in attorney’s fees for lawsuits she shielded on seductiveness of a defendant. The plaintiff binds West Coast Life Insurance Co. and Does 1-10 obliged since a suspect allegedly refused to compensate elect to a plaintiff notwithstanding her demands.
The plaintiff requests a hearing by jury and seeks saving indemnification of $358,142.76, interest, punitive and three-way damages, disgorgement of all allegedly ill-gotten profits, all authorised fees and any other use as a justice deems just. She is represented by Andrew C. Pongracz of Seki, Nishimura Watase LLP in Los Angeles.
U.S. District Court for a Central District of California Case series 2:17-cv-00380-GW-SK
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U.S. District Court for a Central District of California
312 N Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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