Lakeview Pantry allegedly violated lease contract by failing to include Catholic Bishop of Chicago as insured party

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Jun 3, 2018

A religious organization is suing the Lakeview Pantry, John J. Matsock & Associates Inc., Covington Specialty Insurance Company and Jake Graham for alleged breach of contract.

CHICAGO — A religious organization is suing Lakeview Pantry, John J. Matsock & Associates Inc., Covington Specialty Insurance Company and Jake Graham for alleged breach of contract.

The Catholic Bishop of Chicago filed a complaint on April 26 in the Cook County Circuit Court, alleging Lakeview Pantry failed to name it as an additional insured party on its insurance policy with Covington Specialty Insurance Company, which allegedly was required under a lease agreement. As a result, the insurance company allegedly has refused to defend the plaintiff in a personal injury suit filed against Lakeview Pantry. The injury allegedly occurred on property the plaintiff had leased Lakeview Pantry. 

The plaintiff requests a trial by jury and seeks declaratory judgment, damages and any other relief that is just and necessary. The plaintiff is represented by John J. Piegore and Brian Sanchez of Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman LLP in Chicago.

Cook County Circuit Court case number 18-C-405521

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Catholic Bishop of Chicago Circuit Court of Cook County Covington Specialty Insurance Company John J. Matsock & Associates Inc. Lakeview Pantry Sanchez & Daniels & Hoffman Llp

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