Civil Litigation

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STATE OF
WINSCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT OF ADAMS COUNTY

CONSTANCE WOLF,

F/K/A CONSTANCE WOLFGRAMPLANTIFF

V.Civil Action No. 112

LEWIS OLSONDEFENDANT

V.

ALBER DOBIASHDEFENDANT

COMPLAINT

Comes Plaintiff, Constance Wolf F/K/A Constance Wolfgram, by counsel, and for her complaint states as follows:

1. The Court has jurisdiction in this matter under section 6 of the code of the state of Wisconsin. 2. Plaintiff, Constance Wolfgram, resides at 123 Number Street, Friendship, Wisconsin. 3. Defendant, Lewis E. Olson, resides at 456 Number Street, Friendship, Wisconsin. 4. Defendant, Albert Dobiash, resides at 789 Number Street, Friendship, Wisconsin. 5. On October 1, 2003 Plaintiff hired the Defendants to analyze and compose condition reports on both the basement and foundation of a home they were planning to purchase. 6. In the Home Inspection Report from the Defendants, it was indicated that, “basement walls appear to be sound.” Defendants further stated in that report that they believed “the house to be reasonably sound.” 7. In reliance on the information contained in the Home Inspection Report, Plaintiff purchased the home for $90,000. 8. After purchasing the home, Plaintiff determined that the foundation was at risk of collapsing and causing substantial damage to the house. 9. Defendants were negligent in their inspection of the property by negligently provided incorrect analysis of the condition of both the basement and foundation 10. As a result of the Defendants’ aforesaid negligence, Plaintiff suffered $46,000 in damages.

Wherefore Plaintiff demands court costs expended, trial by jury and all other relief to which Plaintiff may be entitled Being first duly sworn, __________ states that he has read the foregoing complaint and that the allegations therein are true to best of his knowledge, information and belief.

Elisa Smith
Elisa Smith
Attorney

010 Alpha Ave.
Friendship, Wisconsin
Bar Assoc NO. 1234

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STATE OF
WINSCONSIN
CIRCUIT COURT OF ADAMS COUNTY

CONSTANCE WOLF,

F/K/A CONSTANCE WOLFGRAMPLANTIFF

V.Civil Action No. 112

LEWIS OLSONDEFENDANT

V.

ALBER DOBIASHDEFENDANT

INTERROGATORIES PROPOUNDED TO LEWIS OLSON, DEFENDANT and ALBER DOBIASH, DEFENDANT. DEFINITIONS:
As used herein below, the following words have the meaning hereafter set forth: 1. “Defendant”, “you”, and “your” refer to the party or parties to whom these Interrogatories are directed and all other persons acting on behalf of such party, including, but not limited to, attorneys and their associates, investigators, agents, employees, representatives, and others who are in possession of or who may have obtained information for or on your behalf of this answering party. 2. “Plaintiff” means Constance Wolf, f/k/a Constance Wolfgram. 3. “Document” is used herein in its broader sense to mean every document or other tangible thing, including without limitation the following items, whether printed, typed, recorded, photographed, filmed or reproduced by any process namely: agreements, letters, memoranda, records, reports, contracts, agreements, expense accounts, business records, notes, reports, photographs, and/or summaries of investigations, and any other information containing papers, writings or physical things. 4. “Identify” means

a. when referring to an individual, corporation, or other entity shall mean to set forth the name and telephone number, and if a corporation or other entity, its principle place of business, or if an individual, the present or last known address, his or her job title or titles, by whom employed and address of the place of employment. b. when used in reference to a document means: a description of the type of document, the identity of the persons who authored, prepared, signed, and received the document, the date, title and general description of the subject matter of the document, present...
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