Bolivar Offshore seeks to enforce $128K settlement

David Yates Jun. 17, 2011, 4:32am

Bolivar Offshore Services recently filed a motion to enforce a $128,000 settlement it reached with Global Disaster Service.

As previously reported, Bolivar Offshore filed its suit June 21, 2010, in Jefferson County District Court, alleging Global Disaster failed to pay more than $150,000 for sea vessels it used for months.

After nearly a year of litigation, the parties reached a settlement on March 17, court paper say.

On May 26 Bolivar Offshore filed a motion to enforce settlement, stating that Global Disaster still owes $128,000.

Court records show Bolivar provided equipment, vessels and services to Global Disaster from March through June. During the time period, Global Disaster racked up a bill of at least $167,700.

Gary Linthicum of Wells, Peyton, Greenburg and Hunt in Beaumont represents Bolivar.

Beaumont attorney Michael Lindsay represents Global.

Judge Bob Wortham, 58th District Court, is presiding.

Case No. A187-117

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