WARREN — A North Canton enterprise is suing a Warren ambulance service, stating it has fallen behind in funds for paramedic assist.
In accordance with a civil lawsuit filed just lately in Trumbull County Frequent Pleas Court docket, attorneys for Emergency Medical Transport Inc., a North Canton-based paramedic and medical transport enterprise, declare Med StarAmbulance of 1600 Youngstown Street SE owes it $15,199 plus curiosity for nonpayment of 43 separate “medical transportation events” since August 2016.
The lawsuit has been assigned to Choose Andrew D. Logan, who has not set any hearings within the case. A docket entry confirmed the mother or father firm for MedStar, primarily based in Mount Vernon, was served efficiently.
In accordance with paperwork supplied by the plaintiffs within the lawsuit, the primary medical transport affected by the settlement occurred in 2016 and Emergency Medical Transport charged $398 per run for 36 of the 43 transports. The opposite runs value $150 every on Could 8, 2020; Could 5, 2020; Sept. 2, 2020; Sept. 7, 2020; and Nov. 26, 2020. Paramedic runs on June 7 and Aug. 11 value $198 every, the doc states.
For this alleged breach of contract, Emergency Medical Transport Inc. is asking just for fee and no different damages, in accordance with plaintiff attorneys Scott P. Sandrock and Jack W. Hinneberg of Akron.
A name to Tom Younger, supervisor of the Warren MedStar workplace, was not returned.