Insurance firm alleges trucking company failed to pay premiums

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Oct 2, 2017

FRESNO — An insurance company is suing a trucking business, alleging breach of contract in failure to pay more than $27,000.

National Continental Insurance Company filed a complaint Aug. 23 in Fresno County Superior Court against AKAL Distribution Inc; and Does 1 to 10, alleging the defendants violated the terms of the insurance policy by failing to pay required premiums and deductibles due.

According to the complaint, National Continental executed and entered into a written agreement where it agreed to provide an insurance policy to AKAL. The plaintiff says it has performed all its obligations under the policy but failed to receive required payments of more than $27,000 to all premiums and deductibles due as agreed in the contract policy. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed and refused to pay the amount of $27,105 due and owing and payable together with interest at the legal rate.

National Continental Insurance seeks trial by jury, judgment for the principal sum of $27,105, plus interest at the legal annual rate of 10 percent from Sept. 21, 2015, all costs incurred, and all relief the court deems proper. It is represented by attorney Rudy Gaba Jr. of Gaba Law Corporation in Laguna Hills.

Fresno County Superior Court case number 17CECG02901

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