Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Jen Utley sues moving company for $13,000 over lost property

Jennifer Utley, wife of Phillies slugger Chase Utley, has filed suit against Sanford Alderfer Transport, Inc. of Hatfield, PA seeking $13,000 to replace “various personal items,” allegedly lost by the company while Jen, Pennsylvania SPCA board vice president, and her World F---ing Champion Chase moved from one Center City condo to another last year.

Jen Utley sues moving company for $13,000 over lost property

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Photo: Peter Yang/Philadelphia magazine
Photo: Peter Yang/Philadelphia magazine

Jennifer Utley, wife of Phillies slugger Chase Utley, has filed suit against Sanford Alderfer Transport, Inc. of Hatfield, PA seeking $13,000 to replace “various personal items,” allegedly lost by the company while Jen,  Pennsylvania SPCA board vice president, and her World F---ing Champion Chase moved from one Center City condo to another last year.

Utley’s attorney Justin Wineburgh declined to elaborate on what the personal effects were. A Sanford Alderfer official had no comment today citing that she had not yet received the complaint, which was filed in Common Pleas Court.

The case is currently listed for an arbitration hearing Jan. 8, 2010 at the Arbitration Center which is where Common Pleas suits in which damages sought are less than $50,000 are sent.
 

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