Flood Brothers sues Chicago apartment management company for failing to pay for trash hauling

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Oct 29, 2018

CHICAGO — A waste disposal company is suing a Chicago apartment management group for allegedly failing to pay for trash hauling at 10 different properties, incurring unpaid expenses of more than $133,000.

Flood Bros Disposal filed a complaint on Oct. 18 in Cook County Circuit Court against Perry Management, alleging the defendant had breached the terms of their agreements.

Between May 20, 2013, and Nov. 30, 2017, Flood Brothers entered into 10 separate contracts with Perry Management for trash hauling services at 10 properties throughout the Chicago area, according to the complaint, yet was not paid for its services.

The plaintiff requested a trial by jury seeking unpaid payments and all additional damages, including interest and attorney's fees. Flood Brothers is represented by Kevin O'Hagan, Sean Rohan and Nicholas DeBruyne of O'Hagan Meyer in Chicago.

Circuit Court of Cook County Case number 18-L-011349

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