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Sunrise At Home 
Greater Philadelphia
1100 East Hector Street Suite 200
Conshohocken, PA  19428
Phone: 610-238-9040
Fax: 610-238-0604
Sunrise Senior Living, Inc.  (Public, NYSE:SRZ) 
International Headquarters
Sunrise Senior Living
7902 Westpark Dr.
McLean, Virginia 22102
Tel: 703-273-7500 
Fax: 703-744-1601
jill.bartlett@sunriseseniorliving.com
michael.stein@sunriseseniorliving.com
paul.klaassen@sunriseseniorliving.com
teresa.klaassen@sunriseseniorliving.com

Sucks!


 

PAUL J. AND TERESA M. KLAASSEN
9050 Falls Run Rd
McLean, VA 22102

http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/9050-Falls-Run-Rd-Mc-Lean-VA-22102/51712486_zpid/


Former North Carolina senator and Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards 
sold his Georgetown mansion for $5.2 million to Paul and Terry Klaassen.
Paul J. Klaassen is Founder, Chairman and CEO of Sunrise Senior Living. He is currently Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of The Trinity Forum and was previously its Chairman. Mr. Klaassen founded Sunrise with his wife Terry in 1981 to introduce a new model of eldercare based loosely on Dutch assisted-living models in which his grandmothers had lived. Known for their award-winning architecture and resident-centered services, Sunrise communities provide a full range of personalized senior living services. Sunrise's principles of service include encouraging independence, enabling choice, preserving dignity, celebrating individuality, and nurturing the spirit. Sunrise has over 360 communities either open or under construction in the United States, U.K., and Canada. The company went public in 1996 and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SRZ). 
Paul Klaassen founded the industry trade association, 
"ALFA" Assisted Living Federation of America in 1990. 
He served as its Founding Chairman from 1990-1994 
and presently serves on its board. 
http://www.alfa.org/
In addition to his service with the Trinity Forum, Paul serves on the boards of The Hudson Institute, The United States Chamber of Commerce, The Institute for American Values, and the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Chairman of the Board of Merritt Academy, a private school in Northern Virginia President of the Netherland-America Foundation Member of the Advisory Committee for the Harvard Medical School Department of Health Care Policy A graduate of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with a degree in International Finance, Paul also studied at The University of Utrecht in The Netherlands. Paul and his wife, Terry have three children, Christin, David, and Lindsey, and live in McLean, Virginia.
Sunrise says Ordan will replace Klaassen as CEO


CALVIN B. JOHNSON, M.D., M.P.H.
SECRETARY OF HEALTH
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Health & Welfare Building
7th & Forster Streets
Harrisburg, PA 17120
717.787.6436
Telephone Directory

Home Health Complaints  800-222-0989
Secretary of Health  717-787-6436
Office of the Physician General  877-724-3258
Policy Office 717-787-4525
Legislative Liaison Office  717-783-3985
Office of Communications  717-787-1783
General Counsel  717-783-2500

Gerald Radke, Deputy Secretary of Health 
(former Marketing Director for Eli Lilly)

Richard Lee, Deputy Secretary for Quality Assurance 
“Ensuring the safe delivery of quality healthcare services is a hallmark of the Department of Health,” said Secretary Johnson.  “I am confident Dick Lee will continue his strong leadership in ensuring that Pennsylvanians in our health care facilities are cared for in a safe setting and receive the quality of care they all deserve.”
The Department of Health has the duty and power to protect the health of the people. It has authority to enforce all statutes pertaining to public health for the prevention and suppression of disease and injury. The Department also works closely with local health agencies in cities, counties and municipalities. 

The Department was created by the Act of April 27, 1905, P.L. 312, and modified subsequently through the Administrative Code of 1929. Of recent significance, Act 87 of July 2, 1996, P.L. 518, removed the requirement that the Secretary be a physician; the Act also established the new position of Physician General.

Department Mission and Core Functions 
The Department's mission is to promote healthy lifestyles, prevent injury and disease and assure the safe delivery of quality health care services for all Pennsylvanians.


Pennsylvania Office 
of Attorney General
Strawberry Square
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Phone: 717-787-3391
Fax: 717-783-1107

 

INCIDENT REPORT
 

In November 2004 we had contracted Sunrise At Home Assisted Living Services of Greater Philadelphia. By late February of 2005 we learned that the Sunrise resident CNA living with our Mother had contracted the Flu and was forced to work for 3 days in the home without relief from Dotti Larson, RN who was the Sunrise registered nurse "supervising and overseeing" the case. During March 2005 the Sunrise resident CNA was carried out of the client's house "paralyzed" by EMS and taken to Lankenue Hospital ER while claiming a "drug interaction" occurred with her blood pressure medication and "an over-the-counter medication" she had taken. Sunrise Senior Living Corporate Headquarters never bothered to drug screen the Sunrise At Home resident CNA even though they had ample probable cause. We now know that the resident CNA's "drug interaction" resulting in her "paralysis" and EMS transport to Lankenue's ER was in fact her overdosing on crack-cocaine, as there was an eyewitness who later reported it to us.

When we got Mike Stein's retaliatory Sunrise cancellation letter dated April 13, 2005 we then filed simultaneous complaints with the PA Health Department http://www.dsf.health.state.pa.us/health/cwp/browse.asp?a=188&bc=0&c=35675 
and the PA Attorney General's Home Health Care Section seeking enforcement action. 
http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/seniors.aspx?id=395

According to Janice Staloski, PA Health Department, Director Home Health, only an inspection of Sunrise At Home's Conshohocken, PA office and their records would take place in their investigation process and that no action could or would be taken to address the license violations or the condition of the client's home.

On the PA Attorney General's side of the complaint, Senior Agent Sherron was assigned to mediate an extension. It was made clear by Linda Williams and Agent Sherron that no "enforcement" action would be taken in this case and that there would be an effort made to grant an extension to allow for a more orderly transition of care. Agent Sherron was able to secure a tentative verbal agreement from Sunrise's in-house General Counsel, Michael Stein on May 2, 2005 to extend the contract until May 23, 2005 but at the last minute the nefarious Michael Stein reneged. A bar complaint was filed against Mr. Stein with the Virginia State Bar Counsel and several disciplinary board members on May 4, 2005. http://www.vsb.org/committees/boards/disciplinary.html 

On May 5, 2005 Sunrise Senior Living sent Dotti Larson RN and Melissa CNA manager to client's home.  A domestic violence incident was "fabricated" between our Mother and the resident CNA in order to cancel the contract as early as possible and get out from underneath the case. We were given 2 choices via telephone, PA Adult Protective Services or an area hospital. The hospital was chosen. 

When we arrived we found our home had been severely neglected for 6 months. The vacuum cleaner was never used. I had placed a pen mark on the bag before I left in November 2004 and it was the same bag, unused. The house was positively filthy. All the bathrooms were laden in urine and feces. The Sunrise resident CNA's room looked like a pig sty. Filth everywhere. It took us 16 hours of hard labor to clean up the house and make things safe, sanitary and presentable when Mom was to come home from the hospital.

We later discovered via an eyewitness account that the Sunrise resident CNA was engaged in the usage of crack cocaine and that Dotti Larson RN, Melissa, Donna Manning and so many others at Sunrise At Home and Sunrise Senior Living did absolutely nothing to stop it and even attempted to cover it up

When I called Sunrise At Home to inform them of the next wave of complaints relative to the condition of the home and the drug abuse by the Sunrise resident CNA, "Donna Manning and Company" contacted the Whitemarsh Township Police and filed a false police report pertaining to the content of the communication, which was simply a notification of further complaints forthcoming

On May 25, 2005 I received a call from Joseph Roynan, Montgomery County Human Services Director. http://www.montcopa.org/hhs/ Mr. Roynan was mortified by my description of the events. Mr. Roynan assured me that Sunrise's contracts with Montgomery County were already in the process of being canceled as a result of my complaints and others they had received. Mr. Roynan apologized to me and wished me a "pleasant stay" in Montgomery County.

I immediately called Linda Williams, Deputy Counsel at the PA Attorney General's Health Care Section but she and others at Tom Corbett's office were intent upon ducking my calls. Tom Corbett and his irascible subordinates knew first hand that we had to come to Pennsylvania to correct this nightmare without any help from them whatsoever and that we successfully busted these "crooks carrying healthcare licenses".  I contacted Corbett's main switchboard number and demanded to go down the chain of command so that I would have accurate data for this web page. I later spoke to my Mother's estate counsel who told me that the PA Attorney General's office called him to tell him they wanted to "arrest" me for that call.  Linda WIlliams and her pals at the PA State Attorney General's office and Dick Lee and Gerald Radke at the PA Health Department lied to investigators at Troop H and filed a false police report in a pathetic effort to silence this website.

It's an attempt that carries a capitol offense charge: 

Title 18, U.S.C., Section 1001
Fraud and False Statements 

Statements or entries generally 
  (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of the executive, legislative, or judicial branch of the Government of the United States, knowingly and willfully -
        (1) falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact;
        (2) makes any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or
        (3) makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry; shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.

As I promised Linda Williams, Deputy Counsel, in one earlier telephone call prior to our arrival in Pennsylvania, "The PA Health Department's (Gerald Radke and Dick Lee) and the PA Attorney General (Tom Corbett's) Health Care Section's negligence and malfeasance in this eldercare abuse case will be on the web for all to see." 



Pennsylvania State Police
Troop H
8000 Bretz Drive 
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Phone: 717-671-7500
FAX: 717-787-2948 

When we finally arrived back home after securing competent care for our Mother, there was a voice mail message waiting from Trooper, Brian Krause, 717.671.7537 requesting that I return his call for what sounded like an interrogation. I called his commanding officer, Corporal Golleti, got his voice mail and essentially told him "This better have something to do with how the State Troopers are going to prosecute Sunrise At Home and Sunrise Senior living employees." 

Contact with Trooper Brian Krause on June 13, 2005 confirmed that a false police report was filed by PA Health Department employees (Dick Lee and Gerald Radke), in direct retaliation for this website. It is noteworthy to mention that Gerald Radke is a former Marketing Director for Eli Lilly and fully engaged in the "revolving-door". What we have here is a false police report and a conspiracy effort by the PA Health Department (and the PA Attorney General's Office) to exploit the services of the Pennsylvania State Police Troop H, like it's some sort of personal gestapo, in a wildly unconstitutional scheme to harass, intimidate and chill protected activities under the 1st and 14th amendments, disseminating this information via the internet.




Whitemarsh Township Police
616 Germantown Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444
Phone:(610) 825-6530
Fax: (610) 825-5078


http://www.whitemarshtwp.org/

On May 27, 2005 I received a call at my Mother's home in PA from Officer Richard Zadroga, Badge #53 rzadroga@whitemarshtownship.org  (since promoted to Detective status) Whitemarsh Township Police Department, 616 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. Officer Zadroga, interrogated me and chastised me severely for attempting to contact Sunrise At Home of Conshohocken on May 25, 2005. "You were supposed to contact Jill Bartlett!" My response was "Officer Zadroga, you have no right to aide and abet Sunrise At Home Assisted Living employees in their conspiracy." You don't have all the facts in this case. I advise you get your facts straight before you go around accusing innocent citizens of harassment charges, who are trying to protect their elderly parents from abuse and neglect. Just who's side are you on in the fight for better eldercare and greater oversight?" Officer Zadroga was zealous and adamant in severing my open lines of communication (unlawful prior restraint) with Sunrise on my mother's behalf, even though these monsters (Sunrise At Home) continued to control my mother's assignment of benefits for her senior home health care insurance policy. I asked Zadroga what he was planning next and he boasted to me that he was deciding: "Whether or not I am going to arrest you, take a report or issue a Citation."

On June 22, 2005 I received a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Non-Traffic Citation-Summons, that was forwarded to me via US MAIL by the new caregiver living with my mother. Richard Zadroga's citation was even improperly served, sending it to my Mother's address in Pennsylvania via regular 1st Class mail. Zadroga's "Harassment" Citation-Summons was also totally non-specific, stating that the "victims" were the "Employees of Sunrise".  The Charge: "The Defendant has repeatedly contacted the employee's workplace with no legitimate reason. The Defendant was notified by certified mail."

It was nothing less than intriguing to see "Donna Manning and Company" at Sunrise At Home Assisted Living so desperate to silence this website ("my Mother's internet voice") that they were willing to commit multiple felonies, subsequently filing a false police report for Harassment, PA Title 18, 2709, a, 3,  with the Whitemarsh Township Police.

Chapter 27 Assault, Title 18, § 2709. Harassment 
(a) Harassment.--A person commits the crime of harassment when, with intent to harass, annoy or alarm another, the person:

3. engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts which serve no legitimate purpose.

(d) False reports.--A person who knowingly gives false information to any law enforcement officer with the intent to implicate another under this section commits an offense under section 4906 (relating to false reports to law enforcement authorities).

On June 28, 2005 a private criminal complaint was filed with the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office http://www.montcopa.org/da/against Sunrise At Home Assisted Living of Conshohocken, PA and Sunrise Senior Living of McLean, VA employees, providing full details to the Pennsylvania authorities of Sunrise's tangled web of lies and deceit.

On June 30, 2005 the case was assigned to Detective Marsh, who agreed to do an investigation "We will get to the bottom of this and find out what happened."  Later that day, mid-afternoon, I received a call from Officer Richard Zadroga, Whitemarsh Township Police Department, acting all demure, stating "I am withdrawing the citation" and  "A letter will come to you from the Whitemarsh Township Police and the District Court indicating that the charge is withdrawn."  I asked Zadroga point-blank why he wrote the citation and his best answer still was, "You called Sunrise." I said, "Yes I did Officer, that's my job as my Mother's Power of Attorney, to act as her voice, advocating on her behalf in these matters."

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Withdrawal of Charges         Montgomery County, PA District Attorney's Response








SUNRISE LABOR DISPUTES - UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES
344 NLRB No. 151 7/29/05 Sunrise Senior Living, Inc, 08-CA-34969

Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., 9-RC-18066; 6-30-06

Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., 8-RC-16609 6-1-04





The Quadrangle
3300 Darby Road
Haverford, PA 19041
Call: 610-642-3000
Fax: 610-642-5743 

Quadrangle employees in Haverford, PA charged with physically abusing an elderly resident 


Families Sue Assisted Living Center For Alleged Neglect
Suit Charges Sunrise Assisted Living With Wrongful Death
By Sue Lindsay, Rocky Mountain News 
August 29, 2003 
DENVER -- Relatives of six residents at an assisted living center in Centennial have filed a lawsuit claiming neglect killed one resident and jeopardized the lives of others. The plaintiffs in the suit against the Sunrise Assisted Living facility include state Senate President John Andrews, R-Centennial, whose mother-in-law was a resident. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in Denver District Court. Families say their loved ones were left in wet diapers for hours and not bathed for months, the suit says. Residents suffered falls and were deprived of adequate water and food at the facility, which was poorly staffed and often filthy, according to the lawsuit. Jamison Gosselin, spokesman for Sunrise in Washington, D.C., said he knew nothing about the lawsuit and had no comment. The lawsuit charges Sunrise with the wrongful death of Catherine Fuerst, who lost more than 40 pounds during her eight months at Sunrise and weighed 87 pounds when she died June 7. The lawsuit charges she died of starvation and dehydration. 

"Virginia Assisted Living Fails to Deliver on Promises to Alzheimer's Patients"
http://www.nursing-home-abuse-resource.com/news/virginia.html
May 25, 2004
The nation's largest chain of assisted living, Sunrise Senior Living, has 370 assisted living operations, including 27 in the state of Virginia. Although it advertises special services for dementia patients, including security systems, increased supervision and "safe and stimulating" surroundings at around $200 a day, licensing records show about 80 violations related to seriously mentally impaired residents from 2000 through early this year. An internal email written early in 2003 by the head of the Virginia state licensing division called problems in general at Sunrise facilities "very bad, high risk and inexcusable." Another administrator said that the chain had made improvements, but also pointed out problems caused by aging security systems and inaccurate assessments of residents' impairments. According to that administrator "our greatest concern is the number of recent wandering incidents."

Headlines: Police Called to Virginia ALF; Find Staff Asleep 
Senior Living Facility in Alexandria May Face Sanctions
Sunrise N.J. Nursing Home Sued for Reviving Alzheimer's Patient
Jury awards $1 million in punitive damages in Laguna Hills, CA (May, 2008)

Karen Love, a consumer advocate who works with the Consumer Consortium on Assisted Living, can personally attest to what a problem this can cause. During the mid 1990s she worked as an administrator for Sunrise Assisted Living's Arlington, Va., facility. She resigned after she realized she couldn't run a safe residence under the corporation's strict rules and staffing constraints. Her No. 1 complaint was that the caregivers had such little training. "You can't just throw [staff members] into a room and show them a tape," she says. "That's not meaningful training."10 Things Your Assisted-Living Facility Won't Tell You


September 23, 2005
Sunrise Senior Living Inc.
Brighton Gardens of Bellaire 
4620 Bellaire Boulevard Bellaire, TX 77401
tel: 713-665-3888
fax: 713-666-0888

Bus Fire Kills 23 Texas Rest Home Evacuees

SAFER Web - Carrier Snapshot GLOBAL LIMO INC.

Sunrise Chairman and Chief Executive Paul Klaassen said in a statement that the company's "primary concern is for the safety of our residents, and we are shocked and saddened that this event occurred during our evacuation."

•According to the bankruptcy filing, the company employs three full-time and six part-time bus drivers, who receive no salary but are paid 35 cents per mile to drive.
•In the last 2 1/2 years, Global Limo had five drivers put "out of service" during random inspections in Texas, New Mexico and Missouri, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
•And the company had a driver safety rating of 97, meaning it is worse than 97 percent of all companies.

The tragic chain of events began about 3 p.m. Thursday, when officials with Brighton Gardens, a 115-bed assisted living and nursing home in Bellaire, began loading residents onto two buses provided by Global Limo with the help of Bellaire firefighters. Some people had been picked up by family members earlier in the week after weather forecasts suggested Rita could devastate the area.

Bus driver charged in hurricane evacuation deaths case
The driver of a bus that caught fire and killed 23 passengers who were being evacuated from the path of Hurricane Rita is facing criminal charges for each of the passengers’ deaths. On Friday, Oct. 14, Juan Robles Gutierrez, a Mexican citizen, was charged with 23 counts of criminally negligent homicide for allegedly contributing to the deaths of his passengers, the Houston Chronicle reported. Gutierrez’s bus, which was carrying 45 senior citizens from a retirement home in Bellaire, TX, caught fire and exploded on Interstate 45, just as thousands of residents in the Houston and Galveston area fled their homes in preparation for the approaching hurricane. Authorities believe a mechanical failure in the brakes caused the fire, which spread into the passenger area and may have exploded when it reached some of the passengers’ oxygen tanks. According to The Associated Press, a motorist told investigators that he motioned the bus driver to pull over after he noticed that a rear wheel hub was glowing red. Investigators said Gutierrez didn’t mention that encounter when they interviewed him after the fire. If convicted, Gutierrez could face up to two years and a $10,000 fine for each of the homicide charges.

Nursing Home Chain Sued for Fatal Bus Fire During Rita Evacuations
By KEVIN MCVEIGH, ESQ., Andrews Publications Staff Writer
Thursday, Oct. 13, 2005

A Virginia-based nursing home chain has been sued by the estate of an elderly resident killed in a bus explosion while being evacuated from a Houston-area facility during Hurricane Rita. The lawsuit was filed in Texas' Hidalgo County District Court on behalf of the estate of Mary Gillette by Vicki Whitlow Thomas, the executor of her estate. Gillette was one of 23 people killed in the explosion, according to the complaint. The lawsuit names Sunrise Senior Living Inc., Global Limo Inc., BusBank and driver Juan Robles Gutierrez as defendants. Sunrise is the owner of the Brighton Gardens nursing home in Bellaire, Texas, a suburb of Houston. Global Limo owned the bus, according to the filing. BusBank was the broker that Sunrise contracted with to provide its residents with transportation. According to Thomas' complaint, Gillette was a resident at Brighton Gardens Sept. 23 when Hurricane Rita threatened the Texas Gulf Coast. Brighton Gardens evacuated its residents and made arrangements to get them to the safety of another Sunrise facility in Dallas. To transport the evacuees, the nursing home contacted BusBank, which chartered the Global Limo bus. Due to unprecedented traffic caused by the massive evacuations, the bus made slow progress. Sixteen hours after it left the nursing home, the bus burst into flames and exploded, killing 23 of the nursing home residents.

According to published reports, the bus was carrying 38 residents and six employees of Brighton Gardens at the time of the explosion. Thomas cites worn tires and a faulty brake system as possible causes of the fire. She also says residents' oxygen tanks on board the bus may have contributed to combustion. She charges that Sunrise did not exercise the required level of care in transporting its elderly residents. Specifically, she alleges that the nursing home did not take the proper precautions for transporting the oxygen tanks and failed to train its staff on proper procedures for removing patients from a bus in an emergency situation. Thomas also contends that, even though Sunrise's staff members were under a duty to care for Gillette, they "put themselves first and left [her] on the bus to burn to death." The lawsuit also accuses Sunrise of failing to ensure that the vehicle was "in good working order, properly registered and inspected." Thomas charges that the registration for the bus had expired and that Global Limo had an "extremely poor driver safety rating." Furthermore, she alleges that the bus did not have proper fire suppression equipment. Thomas filed the lawsuit as a survival action, seeking $5 million in compensatory damages for Gillette's conscious pain and suffering, as well as for the mental anguish of knowing that she was going to die. The lawsuit is seeking $25 million in punitive damages from Global Limo, alleging that it demonstrated a consistent disregard for the rights and welfare of others. Thomas also requests a temporary injunction and restraining order preventing the disposal of the bus and allowing the plaintiff's experts to inspect it. She also asks that the court secure all records and documents pertaining to the bus. 

Sunrise Chairman and CEO Paul Klaassen issued a statement Sept. 24 praising the actions of the staff members on the bus and expressing sympathy for the victims' families. "The team members who were traveling on the bus were there to assist these residents during their trip to Dallas. Their heroic actions helped save the lives of many residents and I am extremely proud of their actions," Klaassen said. "Sunrise has been devastated by this tragedy. ... Our primary concern is for the safety of our residents and we are shocked and saddened that this event occurred during our evacuation," he added.

A spokesman for Virginia-based Sunrise Senior Living, which owns Brighton Gardens, declined to comment. 

"My opinion is that it's a time to mourn,'' Jamison Gosselin said. 

Gillette v. Sunrise Senior Living Inc. et al., No. C-2366-05-E, complaint filed (Tex. Dist. Ct., Hidalgo County Sept. 28, 2005).


washingtonpost.com
Numerous Violations Alleged in Bus Fire

By Bill Brubaker
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, October 18, 2005; A01



HEADLINES:
Tragic symptoms of a system that's ailing
Medical errors, neglect jeopardizing lives of residents 
at Sunrise Senior Living Inc., assisted living centers
Sunrise Senior Living Inc., New York
Sunrise faces regulatory challenges



United Food And Commercial Workers Union Local 880 - Retail Food Employers Joint Pension Fund, et al. v. Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., et al. 
 COURT: D. District Columbia  DOCKET NUMBER: 07-CV-00102 
 JUDGE NAME: Hon. Reggie B. Walton 
 DATE FILED: 01/16/2007  SOURCE: Notice of Filing 
 CLASS PERIOD START: 08/04/2005  CLASS PERIOD END: 06/15/2006 
 TYPE OF COMPLAINT: Unamended/Unconsolidated 
COMPLAINT FOR VIOLATION OF FEDERAL SECURITY LAWS
DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
PLAINTIFF FIRMS IN THIS OR SIMILAR CASE: 

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