A Galveston County business brought a lawsuit against a Florida company on grounds of alleged contractual breach in 2014.
Geneysis Spine of Austin filed suit against Access Mediquip LLC of Florida in Galveston County District Court on May 18, claiming infringement of a July 2014 sales agreement between the parties.
According to the suit, the plaintiff sold goods in the form of medical equipment to the defendant for which it allegedly has not been paid. The complaint alleges that the defendant owes Geneysis a principal balance of $6,550 after payments, credits and offsets; and that Access has failed to remit payment despite demands from Geneysis made more than 30 days prior to the complaint filing.
Court documents allegedly support the plaintiff’s assertion with documentation in the form of an itemized invoice displaying the cost of eight items dated July 21, 2014.
Citing quantum meruit obligation, the plaintiff seeks compensation for $6,550; pre- and post-judgment interest; an additional $2,180 minimum in attorney’s fees, with additional contingent amounts in the event of appellate proceedings; expenses; costs; and any further relief as deemed appropriate by the court.
The plaintiff is represented by attorney Charles Kaufmann of Galveston, Texas.
Galveston County District Court case number CV-0074248