Target Corporation v. Allstate Insurance Company

Full title: TARGET CORPORATION, Plaintiff, v. ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant

Court: United States District Court, E.D. Michigan, Southern Division

Date published: Aug 7, 2007

Facts

The plaintiff sponsored and administered an employee benefit plan known as the HealthCare Network Plan (the “Plan”), which paid benefits to Julie Verge, one of its employees, as a result of injuries she suffered in an automobile accident on August 30, 2000. The plaintiff paid Verge $22,223.46 in benefits from the plan but claims that such coverage was secondary to any no-fault insurance that she would later be able to recover under. defendant admits that its no-fault coverage carries primary responsibility for Verge’s expenses that the plan paid following her accident. (Pl.’s Mot. for Declaratory J. (hereinafter, “Pl.’s Mot.”) at 1.) An entity named Healthcare Recoveries, Inc. works to collect amounts owed from other parties to the plan and was involved in attempting to recover the monies that Plaintiff paid to Verge from Defendant. ( Id. at 2.)

Issue

Decision

Being fully advised in the premises, having read the pleadings, and for the reasons set forth above, the Court hereby orders that Plaintiff’s motion for declaratory judgment against Defendant of $22,223.46 is granted and Defendant’s motion for summary judgment is denied.

SO ORDERED.

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