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					                  SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY


     MARIA C . FEDERICI, a single woman,                 NO. 06-2-1 1563-5 SEA

                                    Plaintiff,

            VS.

     U-HAUL ~~TERNATIONAL, a foreign
                                  INC.,                   PLAINTIW'S FIRST
     corporation, U-HAUL CO. OF                           AMENDED COMPLAINT
     WASHINGTON, a Washington corporation,
     CAPRON HOLDINGS, INC., d/b/a/ L A m
     HILLS TEXACO, a Washington corporation,
     and JAMES HEFLEY and JANE DOE
     HEFLEY, individually and the ma.ritaI
     community thereof,

                                    Defendants.



I          COMES NOW the Piaintisiviaria C. Federid a d dabs aid dleges zs fillows:

                                            I.    PARTIES

(          1.1     At   all times material hereto, Plaintiff Maria C. Federici, was a single woman

I   residing in the City of Renton, King County, Washington.




    PLAI;\J'rmF'SF?RST                                                     LAW OFRCES
    AMENDED COMPLAINT
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                                        ORIGINAL                                        ..
                                                             BENNETT BIGIXOW & LEEDOM, PS
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        1.2    At all times material hereto, Defendant U-Haul International, Inc. (hereinafter

LV-Haul International'') was a foreign corporation transacting business in the State of

Washington and in King County, Washington.

        1.3    At all times material hereto, Defendant U-Haul Co. of Washington (hereinafter

"U-Haul of Washington") was a Washington corporation transacting business in fhe State of

Washington and in King County, Washington.

        1.4    Based upon infonnation and belief, Defendant U-Haul International was the

holding company for Defendant U-Haul of Washington andlor controlled the business activities

of Defendant U-Haul of Washington at an times material hereto.

        1.5    At all times material hereto, Defendant Capron Holdings, Inc., dba Lake Hills

Texaco (hereinafier "Capron") was a Washington corporation transacting business in the State

of Washington and in King County, Washington. In its capacity as a U-Haul dealer, Defendant

Capron leased U-Haul products to the general public from its location at 106 148" Ave. NE,

Bellevue, Washington, 98007.

        1.6    Based upon information and belief Defendant U-Haul of Washington was the

local ageat of Defendant U-Haul International for purposes of Defendant Capron's activities as

'a U-Haul dealer at all times material hereto.

        1.7    Based upon infomation and beliec Defendants James Hefley and Jane Doe

Hefley were husband and wife and residents of the State of Washington at all times material

hereto. The true £irst name of Defendant Jane Doe Hefley is unknown at this time and she is

sued under the fictional name "Jane Doe." All acts alleged herein done by James Hefley were

done for and on behalf of their marital community.



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                                                        BENNEATBIGELOW 9E LEWOM,P S        ..
AMENDED C O M P W T                                        1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 190D
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                           U.        JURISDICTION AND V E h m

         2.1   Defendant U-Haul International, Defendant U-Haul of Washington, anc

Defendant Capron, at all times material hereto, were in the business of manufacturing, leasin:

and/or renting various kinds of equipment (hereinafter "leasing'? and "renting" will be usec

synonymously), including trailers.

         2.2   Defendant U-Haul International, Defendant U-Haul of Washington, anc

Defendant Capron, at all times material hereto, were the owners and lessors of a certain twelvc

(12) foot open utility trailer identified as RO 19065 with a "Texas Rental Trailer" license platc

79R 883 bereinafter "the trailer"), which was rented to James Hefley in King County,

Washington on February 22, 2004, under U-Haul Equipment Rental Conkact Numba

00018946.

         2.3   The incident which caused fhe injuries to Plaintiff upon which this Complaint i:

based occurred on Interstate 405 near Renton, King County, washing to^^.

         2.4   This Court has subject matter jurisdiction over this action pursuant to RCW

2.05.010.

         2.5   This court has personal jurisdiction over the Defendants pursuant to RCW

4.25.1 85 because they transacted business within the State of Washington, committed tortious

acts within the State of Washington, and owned, used, or possesseci property within the Siate of

Washington.

         2.6   Venue is proper in King County pursuant to RCW 4.12.025(1) because

Defendant U-Haul International, Defendant U-Haul of Washington and Defendant Capron

transact business in King County, have an office for the transaction of business in King County,



PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                    LAW omm
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                        BENNEIT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P-S
                                                             1700 Swenth Avenue, Suite 1900
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and transacted business in King County at the time this cause of action arose. Venue is also

proper in King County pursuant to RCW 4.12.025(1) because the registered agents for service

of process for Defendant U-Haul of Washington and Defendant Capron reside in King County.

Venue is also proper in King County pursuant to RCW 4.12.025(3) because the torts alleged

herein occurred in King County.

                                           III.    FACTS

         3.1   Injuries suffered by Plaintiff Maria Federici on February 22, 2004 were caused

when a piece of furniture was launched from the U-Haul open utility trailer identified herein,

smashed throu& the windshield of her car, and struck her h e . Immediately before she was

injured, Plaintiff Maria Federici was driving southbound on Interstate 405 in a reasonable

manner and at a reasonable distance behind the &Haul kailer being towed by a Dodge Ram

"quad cab" driven by Defendant James Hefley.

         3.2   The trailer fiom which the piece of fixnitme that struck Plaintiff was launched

was a U-Haul open utility trailer, identified as "the trailer" herein. There were no restrictions in

the contract as to the type of material that could be hauled in the trailer.

         3.3   The trailer beats a stamp indicating that the trailer was manufactured by

Defendant U-Haul International. According to the jointly filed Form 10-K Annual Report

Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, filed for the fiscal yea.

ended March 31,2005, Defendant U-Haul Ltlternational manufactures U-Had trailers at U-Haul

operated manufacturing and assembly facilities located throughout the United States.

         3.4   James Hefley and U-Haul International, acting through its actual or apparenl

agents, mutually consented at the time of the rental transaction that James Hefley shall act in


PLAINTIE"F9SFIRST                                                        LAW OFFICES
9 E D COMPLAINT
MN m                                                         BENPRXT BICEWW & LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite I900
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such a way that was in U-HauI International's interest and/or on U-Haul International's behalf

and further mutually consented that James Hefley would act subject to the control of U-Haul

International andlor its actual or apparent agents. As such, an agency relationship existed at the

time of the accident between U-Haul International and James Hefley.

        3.5     James Hefley and U-Haul of Washington, acting though its actual or apparenl

agents, mutually consented at the time of the rentaI transaction that James Hefley shall act ir

such a way that was in U-Haul of Washington's interest andfor on U-Haul of Washington's

behalf, and hrther mutually consented that James Hefley would act subject to the control of U-

Haul of Washington andlor its actual or apparent agents. As such, an agency relations%

existed at the time of the accident between U-Haul of Washington and James Hefley.

        3.6     James Hefley and Capron, acting through its actual or apparent agents, mutuall3

consented at the time of the rental transaction that James Hefley shall act in such a way that wa

in Capron's interest andlor on Capron's behalf, and further mutually consented that Jam=

Hefley would act subject to the control of Capron andor its actual or apparent agents. As such,

an agency relationship existed at the time of the accident between Capron and James Hefley.

              nT.     FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION: U-lBAUL INTERNATIONAL,
                    STRICT LIABILITY FOR PRODUCT NOT REASONABLY SAFE
                                       AS DESIGNED

       4.1      Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 3.9 above as il

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

       4.2      U-Haul International is a product seller under RCPV 7.72.010(1) because it is

engaged in the business of selling products.




PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                    LAW OFFl-
                                                          B-
                                                           E       BIGELOW % LEXDOM, P A
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                            1700 SeventhAvenue, Suite 1900
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            4.3    U-Haul Tnternational is a manufacturer under RCW 7.72.0 1O(2) because U-Haul

IInternational designed, produced, made, fabricated constructed, or remanufactured the trailer 1
    before its sale to a user or consumer.

            4.4     U-Haul International is a manufacturer under RCW 7.72.01 O(2) because U-Haul

1 International held itself out   as the rninufacturer of the trailer.
                                                                                                            1
I           4.5     U-Haul International has the liabiLiQ of a manufacturer under RCW


I   7.72.040(2)(d) because U-Haul International provided the plans or specifications for the

 manufacture or preparation of the trailer and such plans or specifications were a proximate

    cause of the defect in the trailer.

           4.6      U-Haul International has the liability of a manufacturer under RCW

    7.72.040(2)(e) because the trailer was marketed under the trade name or brand name of U-Haul.

            4.7     U-Haul International has the liability of a manufacturer under RCW 7.72.010 et

    seq. because U-Haul Intmational's leasing activities are sufficiently great to justify holding it


I   accountable for the acts of a manufacturer.
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I          4.8     The trailer was not reasonably safe as designed under RCV 7.72.030(1)(a)

 because, at the time of manufacture, the likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage

 similar to that claimed by Plaintiff Maria Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage,


II
 outweighed the burden on U-Haul International to design a trailer that would have prevented the
                                                                                                            1
 injury or damage and outweighed the adverse effect that an alternative design that was practical
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 PLAINTLEF'S FIRST                                                               LAW OFFICES
 AMENDED COMPLAINT                                                B         m BIGEX.O\y ;Pr LEEDOM, P S
                                                                        1700 Seventh Avenue, Snitc 1900
 Page 6                                                                    Seattle, Washington 98101
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        4.9        The trailer was not reasonably safe as designed under RCW 7.72.030(1)(a)

because the trailer was unsafe to a 1 extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an
                                   1

ordinary user.

        4.10       The trailer was not rcasonabIy safe as designed at the time the trailer left U-Haul

International's control.

        4.1 1      The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

              V.     SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION: U-J3AUL XNlXRNATIONAL
                    STRICT LIABTLITY FOR DEFECT M CONSTRUCTION

        5.1        Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 4.11 above as if

stated l l l y herein, and further alleges as follows:

        5.2        The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction under RCW 7.72.030(2)

because, when the trailer lea the control of U-Haul International, the trailer deviated in some

material way gom the design specifications or performance standards of U-Haul International,

or deviated in some material way gom otherwise identical units in the same product line.
                                                                                                         I
        5.3        The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction under RCW 7.72.030(2)

because the trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an
                                                                                                         I
ordinary user.

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       .           U-Haul International supplied a product that was not reasonably safe in
                                                                                                         i
construction at the time the product left U-Haul Tnternational's control.

        5.5        The unsdc condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

to Plaintiff Maria Federici.



PXIAZNTIFF'SFIRST                                                                 mE
                                                                            LAW 0 c S
                                                              BENWEIT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                                 1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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                VI.      THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION: - U-HAUL LITERNATIONAL,
                       STRICT LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE
                          W A R N ~ G S INSTRUCTIONS wrra THE PRODUCT
                                      OR

         6.1          Plaintiff realleges the facts set fo~th paragraphs 1.1 though 5.5 above as if
                                                             in

stated filly herein, and fiuther alleges as follows:

         6.2          Under RCW 7.72.030(1)@), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided with the trailer because, at the time of manufacture,

h e likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage similar to that claimed by Plaintiff

Maria Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage, rendered the wamings or

instructions of U-HauI International inadequate, and U-Haul International could have provided

       warnings or instructions.
~dequate

         6.3          Under RCW 7.72.030(1)@), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided with the trailer because the trailer was unsafe to an

     beyond that which would be contemplated by the ordinary user.
~xtent

         6.4          The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

LOPlaintiff Maria Federici.

               VII.     FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL INTERNATIONAL,
                       NEGLIGENT FATLURE TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE WARNINGS
                            AFTER THE PRODUCT WAS MANUFACTURED

         7.1          Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 6.4 above as if

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

         7.2          Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(~),the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided after the trailer w s manufactured because U-Haul
                                                              a



PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                           LAW OFFICES
                                                                B E r i i BIGELOW & m o M , P5.
QMENDED COME'LAINT                                                  1700 Scventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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          International learned, or a reasonably prudent manufacturer should have learned, about a danger


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2 connected with the trailer after it was manufactured.

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                 7.3     Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(~),
                                                 U-Haul lntemational had a duty to act with regard to
                                                                                                                                I
     (issuing warnings or instructions concerning the danger in the manner that a reasonably prudent,                           1
     1   manufacturer would act in the same or similar circumstances.

                 7.4     The trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by

          an ordinary user.
 8

 9               7.5     The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage


     I
10 to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

                       VIIT. FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-BAUL INTERNATIONAL,
                                    NEGLIGENT FAILURE TO WARN

l3   I           8.1     Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 7.5 above as if1

     1
l4 stated fully herein, and fvnher alleper as foilors:

l5   1           8.2     As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers                        I
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l6 of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul International had a duty to exercise reasonable care to warn                                       I
   customers of U-Haul dealers of dangers associated with the products leased fiom U-Haul
18
          dealers.

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                 84      U-Haul International had no reason to believe that those for whose use the trailer

          w s supplied would realize its dan~erous
           a                                     condition.
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                 8.5     U-Haul International failed to exercise reasonable care to inform James Hefley of
25

26   /    the dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be dangerous.

          P r n r n ' S ]FIRST                                                   IAW OFFlCES
          ANENDED C O r n L r n T                                                      ED M
                                                                    BENNETT BIGELOW & L E O ,P.S.
                                                                       1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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I           5.6     The failure of U-Haul International to exercise reasonable care to warn James


I   Hefley of the dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be


I    dangerous proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

            5.7     Had James Hefley been warned by U-Haul Internatio~lalof the dangerous

     condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it Iikely to be dangerous, he would

Ihave secured the load that        was launched fiom the trailer and not proximately caused injury to   (
1   Plaintiff Maria Fededci.

                  IX.    SXXTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL INTEWATIONAL,
                        NEGLIGENT LEASE OP CHATTEL FOR IMRlEDIATE USE

            9.1     Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 5.7 above as if

    stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

1           9.2     As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers     I
     of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul International had a duty to exercise reasonable care to make the

    trailer safe for immediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to customers.

1           9.3     U-Haul International knew or should have known that James Hefley would(

    immediately use the trailer.

            9.4     U-Haul International failed to exercise reasonable care to make the trailer safe


I   fir immediate use or to disdose h e kaiier's aciuai wnciiiion to James Eiefiey.
                                                                                                        II
1I          9.5     The neghgence of U-Haul International in failing to exercise reasonable care to

    make the t r d safe for immediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to James
                    ~                                                                                   1
    Hefley proximateIy caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.




    PLAINTIFF'S FlRST                                                        LAW OFFICES
                                                                BENNEAT BIGELOW 9r LEEDOM, P S
    AMENDED COMPLAINT                                               1700 Seventh Avenue, Smte 1900
    Page 10                                                            Seattle, Washmgton 98101
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               X.       SEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTJON: U-HALX INTERNATIONAL,
                         NEGLIGENT PROVISION OF CHATTEL UNLIIKELY TO BE
                                      MADE SAIX FOR USE

              10.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 9.5 above as if

    stated &lly herein, and further alleges as follows:

              10.2    As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

1   of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul International had a duty to exercise reasonable care not to provide

I   for lease to customers chattels that were unlikely to be made safe for use.

              10.3    U-Haul hternational supplied the trailer to James Hefley knowing or having


I   reason to know that the trailer was unlikely to be made reasonably safe before being put to a use


I   which U-Haul International should expect it to be put.

              10.4    James Hefley was ignorant of the dangerous character of the trailer.

              10.5    The negligence of U-Haul International in supplying the trailer to James Hefley,

    knowing or having reason to know that the trailer was unlikely to be made reasonably safe

    before James Hefley put it to a use which U-Haul Zntcmational should expect it to be put,

    proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici



I               XI.      EIGECTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL INTERNATIONAL,
                                    NEGLIGENT ENTRUSTMENT


II            11.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 10.5 above as if

    stated fully herein, and finther alleges as follows:


I             11.2    As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

( of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul International andlor its actual or apparent agents exercised control
1   over the trailer and was responsible for the use of the trailer for purposes of negligent


I   PLAISTZFP'S FIRST
1 AMENDED COMPLAINT
                                                                            LAW OFFICES
                                                                BliXWElT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                     1700 Seventh Avenuq Suite 1900
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entrustment.

        11.3     U-Haul International and/or its actual or apparent agents knew, or should have

known in the exercise of ordinary care, that James Hefley at the time of the rental transaction

was reckless, heedless, or incompetent.

        11.4     The negligence of U-Haul International and.101- its actual or apparent agents in

entrusting the trailer to James Hefley, knowing or having reason to know that James Hefley at

the time of the rental transaction was reckless, heedless, or incompetent, proximately caused

injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

               XU. NINTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-KAUL OF WASHINGTON,
                 STIUCT 1,IABLLITY FOR PRODUCT NOT REASONABLY SAFE
                                     AS DESIGNED

        12.1     Plaintiff realleges the fads set forth in paragraphs 2.1 througb 11.4 above as if

stated l l l y herein, and further alleges as follows:

        12.2     U-Haul of Washington is a product seller under RCTN 7.72.010(1) because it is

engaged in the business of selling products.

        12.3 U-Haul of Washington has the liability of a manufacturer under RCW

7.72.040(2)(c) because L7-Haul of Washington is a controlled subsidiary of U-Haul

International.

        12.4     U-Haul of Washington has the liability of manufacturer under RCW

7.72.040(2)(e) because the trailer was marketed under a trade name or brand name of U-Haul.

        12.5     U-Haul of Washington has the liability of a manufacturer under RCW 7.72.010

et seq. because U-Haul of Washington's leasing activities are sufficiently great to justify

holding it accountable for the acts of a manufacturer.


P L r n r n ' S FIRST                                                    LAW omm
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                          B    E   m BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                 1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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I   I           2.6      The trailer was not reasonably safe as designed under RCW 7.'72.030(1)(a)             1
2 because, at tl~e
                 time of manufacture, the likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage

3 similar to that claimed by Plaintiff 1Man'a Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage,

    ,   outweighed the burden on U-Haul of Washington to design a trailer that would have prevented

    1   the injury or damage and outweighed the adverse effect that an alternative design that was             I
    1   mixtical and feasible would have on the uusefuloess of the trailer.

    I           12.7     The trailer w s not reasonably safe as designed under RCW 7.72.030(1)(a)
                                      a                                                                        1
        because the trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an

        ordinary user.

                12.8     The trailer was not reasonabIy safe as designed at the time the trailer left U-Haul

        of Washington's control.

                12.9     The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

        to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

                   XTU[.    TENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-EIAUL OF WASHINGTON,
                             STRICT LIABILITY FOR DEFXCT IN CONSTRUCTION

                13.1     Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 12.9 above as if

        stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

                         The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction under RCW 7.72.030(2)
                13.2
                                                                                                               I
        because, when the trailer left the control of U-Haul of Washington, the trailer deviated in some
                                                                                                               I
    IIor deviated in some material way from otherwise ideatical units in the same product line.
        material way from the design specifications or perlbrmance standards of U-Haul of Washington,




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                        J                                                       LAW OFRCES
        AMENDED COMPLAINT                                           BENNETT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                        1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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        13.3     The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction under RCW 7.72.030(2)

because the trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an
                                                                                                       I
ordinary user.                                                                                         I
        13.4     U-Haul of Washington supplied a product that was not reasonably safe in

construction at the time the product left U-Haul of Washington's control.

        13.5     The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage
                                                                                                       I
to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

         X N . ELEVENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OF WASHINGTON,
                                                                                                  -    I
               STRICT LIABILITY FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE ADEOUATE
                 WARNINGS OR IRTSTRUCTIONS   WITH THE PRODUCT

        14.1     Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs I .I through 13.5 above as if

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

        14.2     Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(b), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate
                                                                                                       I
warningi or instructions were not provided with the bailer because, at the time of manufacture,

the likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage similar to that claimed by Plaintiff
                                                                                                       I
Maria Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage, rendered the warnings or

instructions of U-Haul of Washington inadequate, and U-Haul of Washington could have

provided adequate warnings or instructions.                                                            I
        14.3     Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(b), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided with the trailer because the trailer is unsafe to an
                                                                                                       I
extent beyond that which would be contemplated by the ordinary user.

        14.4     The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

to Plaintiff Maria Federici.


PLAINTIFF'S FIXST                                                       LAW OFFICES
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                           RENNGTT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, PS.
                                                               1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
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         I .    TWELFTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OP WASHINGTON,
                NEGLlGENT FAILURE TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE WARNINGS
                     AFTER THE PRODUCT WAS MANUFACTURED

        15.1   Plaintiff reaIleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 14.4 above as if

stated fuIly herein, and M e r alleges as follows:

        15.2                           the
               Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(~), kailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided after the trailer was manufactured because U-Haul of

Washington Ieamed, or a reasonably prudent manufacturer should have learned, about a danger

connected with the trailer after it was manufactured.

        15.3   Under RCW 7.72.030(1)(c), U-Haul of Washington had a duty to act with regard

t o issuing warnings or instructions concerning the danger in the manner that a reasonably

prudent manufacturer would act in the same or similar circumstances.

        15.4   The trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by

an ordinary user.

        15.5   The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

                XVI. TSIRTE'ENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OF
                WASRINGTON, NEGLIGENT F'AILURJE TO WARN

        16.1   Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 tbrough 15.5 above as if

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

        16.2   As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul of Washington had a duty to exercise reasonable care to warn

customers of U-Haul dealers of dangers associated with the products leased fi-om U-Haul



P L A I N m ' S FIRST                                                 LAW OFFICES
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                         BENNElT B I G n O W & LEEDOM, P S
                                                                                         ..
                                                             1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
Page 15                                                         Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                            T (206) 622-551 1 E (206) 622-8986
                                                             :
        16.3   U-Haul of Washington knew or had reason to know that the trailer was or was

likely to be dangerous for the use for which it was supplied.

       16.4    U-Haul of Washington had no reason to believe that those for whose use the

trailer was supplied would realize its dangerous condition.

       16.5    U-Haul of Washington failed to exercise reasonable care to inform James Hefley

of the dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it Likely to be

dangerous.

       16.6    The failure of U-Haul of Washington to exercise reasonable care to warn James

Hefley of the dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be

dangerous proxinlately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

       16.7    Had James Hefley been wamed by U-Haul of Washingkon of the dangerous

condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be dangerous, he would

have secured the load that was launched fiom the trailer and not proximately caused injury to

Plaintiff Maria Federici.

                 XVII. FOURTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-'KAUI,OF
                   WASKINGTON, NEGLIGENT LEASE OF CHATTEL FOR
                                  IMMEDlATlE USE

       17.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 16.7 above as if

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

       17.2    As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

af U-Haul dealers, U-Haul of Washington had a duty to exercise reasonable care to make the

trailer safe for immediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to customers.




PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                        LAW OFFlCES
4MExDED COMPLAINT                                           BENNFlT BIGELOW & LFEDOM, PS       ..
                                                               1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
Page 16                                                            Seattle, Washington 98101
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        17.3   U-Haul of Washington knew or should have known that James Hefley would

immediately use the trailer.

        17.4   U-Haul of Washington failed to exercise reasonable care to rnake the trailer safe

for imnediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to James Hefley.

        17.5   The negIigence of U-Haul of Washington in failing to exercise reasonable care to

make the trailer safe for immediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to James

Hefley proxirnateIy caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

        XVIII. FIFTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OF WASHINGTON,
                NEGLIGENT PROVISION OF CHATTEL UNLIKELY TO BE
                              MADE SAFE FOR USE

        18.1   Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 17.5 above as if

stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

        18.2   As a manuhcturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul of Washington had a duty to exercise reasonable care not to provide

for lease to customers chattels that were unlikely to be made safe for use.

        18.3   U-Haul of Washington supplied the trailer to James Hefley knowing or having

reason to know that the trailer was unlikely to be made reasonably safe before being put to a use

which U-Haul of Washington should expect it to be put.

        18.4   James Hefley was ignorant of the dangerous character of the trailer.

        18.5   The negligence of U-Haul of Washington in supplying the trailer for lease to

James Hefley, knowing or having reason to know that the trailer was unlikely to be made

reasonably safe before James Hefley put it to a use which U-Haul of Washington should expect

it to be put, proximately caused injury to ?Plaintiff Maria Federici.


PLGINrnF'S r n T                                                        LAW OFEICES
                                                            BENNIXI BIGELOW & LEIEDOM, P.S.
AMENDED COlWLAINT                                               1700 Seventh Avarue, Suite 1900
Page 17                                                           Scattle, Washiogton 98101
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              AXE.    SIXTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OF WASHINGTON,
                                  NEGLIGEPaT ENTRUSTMEhT

              19.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 18.5 above as if


I   stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:


I             19.2    As a inanufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

    of U-Haul dealers, U-Haul of Washington andlor its actual or apparent agents exercised control

    over the trailer and was responsible for the use of the trailer for purposes of negligent

I   entrustment.

              19.3    U-Haul of Washington andlor its actual or apparent agents knew, or should have

    known in the exercise of ordinary care, that James Hefley at the time of the rental transaction

    was reckless, heedless, or incompetent.

              19.4    The negligence of U-Haul of Washington andlor its actual or apparent agents in

    entrusting the trailer to James Hefley, knowing or having reason to know that James Hefley at

    the time of the rental transaction was reckless, heedless, or incompetent, proximately caused

    injury to 'PlaintiffMaria Federici.

I
                     XX. SEVENTEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, STRICT                                     I


                         LIABTLITY FOR PRODUCT NOT REASONABLY SA;FE AS
                                           DESIGrnD

I             20.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 ~ o u & above as if1
                                                                                      19.4

I   stated N l y herein, and further alleges as follows:

              20.2    Capron is a product seller under RCW 7.72.01 O(1) because it is engaged in the

    business of leasing products.




    PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                        LAW OFFICES
                                                                BE-         BIGELOW 8; LEEDOM, PS.
    AMENDED COMPLAINT                                                1700 Seventh Averme, Suite 1900
    Page 18                                                             Scattle, Washington 98101
                                                                   T: (206) 622-5511 F: (206) 622-8986
        20.3     Capron has the liability of a manufacturer under RCW 7.72.010 et seq. because

Capron's leasing activities are sufficientlygreat to justifL hoIding it accountable for the acts of a

manufacturer.

        20.4     The trailer was not reasonably safe as designed under RCW 7.72.030(1)(a)

because, at the time of manufacture, the likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage       1
sirndar to that claimed by Plaintiff Maria Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage,

outweighed the burden on Capron to design a trailer that would have prevented the injury or

damage and outweighed the adverse effect that an alternative design that was practical and
                                                                                                        I
feasible would have on the usefulness of the trailer.

        20.5     The trailer was not reasonably safe as designed under RCW 7.72.030(1)(a)

because the trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an

ordinary user.

        20.6     The trailer was not reasonabIy safe as designed at the time the trailer left
                                                                                                        I
Capron's control.

       20.7      The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage
                                                                                                        I
to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

               XXI. EIGETEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, STRICT
                       LI-4BKmV           !V
                                   DEFECT T CQESTR,UCD.CN

       21.1      Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.I through 20.7 above as if

stated klly herein, and M e r alleges as follows:

       21.2      The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction under RCW 7.72.030(2)

because, when the trailer left the control of Capron, the trailer deviated in some material way



P r n r n P ' S FlRST                                                   LAW OFFICES
NMENDED COMPLAINT                                           BENNElT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, PS
                                                                                       ..
                                                               1700 Seventh Avenue, Smte 1900
Page 19                                                           Seattle, Washington 98101
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&om the design specifications or performance standards of Capron, or deviated in some illaterial

way fiom otherwise identical units in the same product line. .

        21.3     The trailer was not reasonably safe in construction wder RCW 7.72.030(2)

because the trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by an

ordinary user.

        21.4     Capron supplied a product that was not reasonably safe in construction at the

time the product lefi Capron's control.

       21.5      The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

                XXD[.   NINETEENTH CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, STRICT
                        LIABILXTY FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE ADEOUATE
                        WARNINGS OR INSTRUCTIONS WITH TBE PRODUCT

        22.1     Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 21 -5 above as if

stated fdly herein, and M e r alleges as follows:

        22.2     Under RON 7.72.030(1)@), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate
warnings or instructions were not provided with the trailer because, at the time of manufacture,

the Likelihood that the trailer would cause injury or damage similar to that claimed by Plaintiff

Maria Federici, and the seriousness of such injury or damage, rendered the warnings or

instructions of Capron inadequate, and Capron could have provided adequate warnings or

instructions.

       22.3      Under RCW 7.72.030(1)@), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

warnings or instructions were not provided with the trailer because the trailer was unsafe to an

extent beyond that which would be contemplated by the ordinary user.


P L A I N m ' S FIRST                                                    LAW OFFICES
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                           BENNElT BIGELOW & LEEWM,..         PS
                                                                I700Seventh Avenue, Suite I900
Page 20                                                           Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                              T (206)622-5511 F:(206)622-8986
                                                               :
                 22.4   The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage

         to Plaintiff Maria Fedenci.

                   XXIII. TWENTIETH CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, NEGLIGENT
                        F A L L W TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE WARNINGS A n E R THE
                                    PRODUCT WAS MANUFACTURED

                 23.1   PIaintiff realIeges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 22.4 above as if

         stated fully herein, and linther alleges as follows:

                 23.2   Under RCW 7.72.030(l)(c), the trailer was not reasonably safe because adequate

         warnings or instructions were not provided after the trailer was manufactured because Capran

         learned, or a reasonably prudent manufacturer should have learned, about a danger connected

         with the trailer after it was manufactured.

                 23.3   Under RCW 7.72.030(2)(c), Capron had a duty to act with regard to issuing



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         warnings or instructions concerning the danger in the manner that a reasonably prudent
                                                                                                             I
15 manufacturer would act in the same or similar circumstances.
                                                                                                             I
     )           23.4   The trailer was unsafe to an extent beyond that which would be contemplated by
                                                                                                             I
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     1   an ordinary user.

                 23.5   The unsafe condition of the trailer was a proximate cause of injury and damage
29

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     I   to Plaintiff Maria Federici.
                                                                                                             I
                 ;YXEV.   TWENTY-FJXST CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, NEGLIGENT
                                         FAILURE TO WARN

                24.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 23-5 above as if

         stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:
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         PLAINrn'S FIRST                                                        LAW OFFICES
                                                                   BENWIT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, PS          ..
         AMENDED COMPLAINT                                             I700 Seventh A v m e , Smte 1900
         Page 21                                                          Seal&, Washington 98101
                                                                      :
                                                                     T (206)622-5511 F (206)622-8986
                                                                                        :
            24.2   As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers,
I
    Capron had a duty to exercise reasonable care to warn customers of daugers associated with the
1



    products Capron leased.

            24.3   Capron knew or had reason to know that the trailer was or was likely to be

    dangerous for the use for which it was supplied.

           24.4    Capron had no reason to believe that those for whose use the trailer was supplied

    would realize its dangerous condition.

            24.5   Capron failed to exercise reasonable care to inform James Hefley of the

    dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be dangerous.

            24.6   The failure of Capron to exercise reasonable care to warn James Hefley of the

    dangerous condition of the trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be dangerous

    proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.

            24.7   Had James Hefley been warned by Capron of the dangerous condition of the

    trailer or of the facts which would make it likely to be dangerous, he would have secured the

    load that was launched fiom the trailer and not proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria

    Federici.

                   XXV. TWENTY-SECOM) CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON,
                     P-ZGLIGZP,TTLEkSE OF CmTTEL FCX EK!!KSDXATE USE

           25.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 24.7 above as i f

    stated fully herein, and further alleges as follows:

           25.2    As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers,

    Capron had a duty to exercise reasonable care to make the trailer safe for immediate use or to

I   disclose the trailer's adual condition to customers.


I   PLAINTIFF'S FIRST
    AMENDED COMPLAINT
    Page 22
                                                                              mE
                                                                          LAW 0 C S
                                                              BJ3NNElT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                  1700 SeventhAvenue, Suite 1900
                                                                    Seattlq Washington 98101
                                                                                 :
                                                                7 : 622-5511 F (206)622-8986
                                                                 '(206)
        25.3   Capron knew or should have known that James Hcfley wouId immediately use

the trailer.

        25.4   Capron failed to exercise reasonable care to make the trailer safe for immediate

use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to James Hefley.

        25.5   The negligence of Capron in failing to exercise reasonable care to make the

trailer safe for immediate use or to disclose the trailer's actual condition to lames Hefley

proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maiia Federjci.

         XXM. TWENTY-THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION: CAPRON, NEGLIGENT
             PROVISION OF CRATTEL UNLIKELY TO BE MADE SAFE FOR
                                                     VSE

        26.1   Plain= realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.I through 25.5 above as il

stated fully herein, and M e r alleges as follows:

        26.2   As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customa,

Capron had a duty to exercise reasonable care not to provide chattels to its customers that were

unlikely to be made safe for use.

        26.3   Capron supplied the trailer to James Hefley knowing or having reason to knom

that the trailer was unlikely to be made reasonably safe before being put to a use which Capron

should expect it to be put.

        26.4   James Hefley was ignorant of the dangerous character of the trailer.

        26.5   The negligence of Capron in supplying the trailer to James Hefley, knowing 01

having reason to know #at the trailer was unlikely to be made reasonably safe before Jam=

Hefley put it to a use wlzich Capron should expect it to be put, proximately caused injury tc

Plaintiff Maria Federici.


PLAXNTIFlF7SFIRST                                                          LAW O!TlCES
                                                            B-
                                                             E           BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S
AMENDED COMPLAINT                                                  I700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
Page 23                                                               Seattle, Washington 981 01
                                                                 T: (206) 622-551I F: (206) 622-5986
                  XXVXJ. TWENTY-FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION: U-HAUL OF
                           WASHIIVGTON, NEGLIGENT ENTRUSTMENT

           27.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in parag-apl~s1.1 through 26.5 above as if

    stated fully hertin, and further alleges as follows:

           27.2    As a manufacturer or supplier of products made available for lease to customers

    of U-Haul dealers, Capron andlor its actual or apparent agents exercised control over the trailer

    and was responsible for the use of the trailer for purposes of negligent entrustment.

           27.3    Capron and/or its actual or apparent agents knew, or should have known in the

( exercise of ordinary care, that James Hefley at the time o f the rental transaction wasreckless,
    heedless, or incompetent.

           27.4    The negligence of Capron a d o r its actual or apparent agents i entrusting the
                                                                                  n
)
) trailer to James Hefley, knowing or having reason to know that James Hefley at the time of the
    rental transactiotl was reckless, heedless, or incompetent, proximstely caused injury to Plaintiff

    Maria Federici.

               XXVIII. TWENTY-FIFTH CAUSE OF ACTION: JAMES HEFLEY,
                                     NEGLIGENCE

           28.1    Plaintiff realleges the facts set forth in paragraphs 1.1 through 27.4 above as if

    stzted SJly back, md ftxthczGeges as f c ? ! l ~ ~ ~

           28.2    James Hefley was negligent in his use of the trailer he rented from Defendants

    on February 22,2004.

           25.3    The negligence of James Hefley in his use of the trailer he rented £iom

    Defendants on February 22,2004 proximately caused injury to Plaintiff Maria Federici.




    PLAINTIFF'S FIRST                                                        LAW OFFICES
    AMENDED COMPLAINT                                          BENNElT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, PS           ..
                                                                   I700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
    Page 24                                                           Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                                 T: (206) 622-551 1 F: (206) 622-8986
                                     X 1 . GENERAL DAMAGES
                                      YX

           29.1    As a direct and proximate result of the acts and omissions of the Defendants,

    Plaintiff Maria Federici has suffered severe permanent injuries and disability including but not

    limited to loss ofboth eyes, complete blindness, brain illjury, and disfigurement.


I          29.2    As a direct and proximate result of the acts and omissions of the Defendants,

    Plaintiff Maria Federici has suffered in the past and will continue to suffer for the remainder of

    her life both physical and mental pain, distress and loss of enjoyment of life.

                                      XXX. SPECIAL DAMAGES

           30.1    As a direct and proximate result of the acts and omissions of the Defendants,

    Plaintiff Maria Federici has suffered loss of earnings and earning capacity in the past and will

I continue to svffer this loss permanently.
I
           30.2    As a direct and proximate result of the acts and omissions of the Defendants,

, Plaintiff Maria Federicj has suffered expenses for care and medical treatment in the past and
I   will continue to suffer this loss permanently.

                                    XXXI. PRAYER FOR JUDGMENT

           WHEREFORE, Plaintiff Maria Federici prays for judgment against Defendant U-Haul

    International, Defendant U-Haul of Washington, Defendant Capron, and Defendant James

    Hefley in an amount to be proven at trial for al damages allowed under the law, including but
                                                   l

    not limited to the following:

           A.      For judgment for damages suffered by Plaintiff in an mount to be proven at trial,

    said judgment to be joint and several pursuant to RCW 4.22.070;




    P L A I N r n ' S FIRST                                              LAW omm

    AMENDED COMPLAINT                                          BENNEIT BIGELOW Sr LEEDOM, P.S.
                                                                   1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
    Page 25                                                          Seattle, Washington 98101
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                B.        For prejudgment interest at the statutory rate on all itans of special damages

         includins without limitation, expenses of medical care and treatment and lost income;

                C.        For an award of attorneys' fees and costs incurred herein; and
4               D.        For such other and further relief as the court deems just and equitable under the
5
         circumstances.
 6
                DATED this 15Ih day of June, 2007.
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9                                                         SIMON H. FORGETTE, P.S.
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                                                          BENNETT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.




                                                       7s&&$c~
                                                           &beth       A. Leedom, WSBA #I433

                                                             Timothy E. Allen, WSBA #35337
                                                             Attorneys for Plaintiff




     I   P L r U N m ' S FIRST
         AMENDED COMPLAINT
         Page 26
                                                                    BE=

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                                                                              BIGELOW & LEEDOW PS
                                                                        1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
                                                                          Seaale, Washington 98101
                                                                      T (206) 622-551 1 F: (206) 622-8986
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                IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
                           IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING
MARIA FEDERlCl                                                NO. 06-2-11563-5     SEA
                                                              Order Setting Civil Case Schedule (*ORSCS)
                                           Plaintiff(s)
vs
U-HAUL INTERNATIONAL
                                                          I   ASSIGNED JLIDGE Spearman
                                                              FlLE DATE:                    04/04/2006
                                                                                                       18




A civil case has been filed in the King County Superior Court and will be managed by the Case Schedule
on Page 3 as ordered by the King County Superior Court Presiding Judge.

                                                 1. NOTICES

NOTICE TO PLAINTIFF: The Plaintiff may serve a copy of this Order Setting Case Schedule
(Schedule)on the Defendant(s) along with the Summons and ComplainWetifion.Dthenrvise, the
Plaintiffshall serve the Schedule on the Defendant(s) within 10 days after the later o f (1) the filing of the
Summons and ComplainVPetifion or (2) service of the Defendant's firstresponse to the
ComplainWetition, whether that response is a Notice of Appearance, a response, or a Civil Rule 12
(CR 12) motion. The Schedule may be served by regular mail, with proof of mailing to be filed promptly in
the form required by Civil Rule 5 (CR 5.
                                       )

"I understand that I am required to give a copy o these documents to all parties in this case."
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Order Setting Civil Case Schedule (*ORSCS)
                                            .
                                           I NOTICES (continued)

NOTICE TO ALL PARTIES:
All attorneys and parties should make themselves familiar with the King County Local Rules [KCLR] -
especially those referred to in this Schedule. In order to comply with the Schedule, it willbe necessary for
attorneys and parties to pursue their cases vigorously from the day the case is filed. For example,
discovery must be undertaken promptly in order to comply with the deadlines for joining additional parties,
claims, and defenses, for disclosing possible w-besses[See KCLR 261,and for meeting the discovery
cutoff date [See KCLR 3701.
CROSSCLAIMS, COUNTERCLAIMS AND M l R D PARTY COMPLAINTS:
A filing fee of $200 must be paid when any answer that indudes additional claims is filed in an existing
case.
SHOW CAUSE HEARINGS FOR ClVlL CASES [King County Local Rule 4(g)]
A Confirmationof Joinder, Claims and Defenses or a Statement:of Arbitrabili must be filed by the
deadline in the schedule. A review of the case will be undertaken to confirm service of the original
complaint and to verify that all answers to claims, counterclaims and cross-daims have been filed. If
those mandatory pleadings are not in the file, a Show Cause Hearing will be set before the Chief Civil or
RJC judge. The Order to Show Cause will be mailed to all parties and designated parties or counsel are
required to attend.

PENDING DUE DATES CANCELED BY FILING PAPERS THAT RESOLVE THE CASE:
When a final decree, judgment, or order of dismissal of all parties and claims is filed with the Superior
Court Clerk's Office, and a courtesy copy delivered to ~e assigned judge, all pending due dates in this
Schedule are automatically canceled, including the scheduled Trial Date. It is the responsibility of the
parties to 7 ) file such dispositive documents within 45 days of the resolution of the case, and 2) strike any
pending motions by notifying the bailimo the assigned judge.

Parties may also authorize the Superior Court to strike all pending due dates and the Trial Date by filing a
Notice of Settlement pursuant to KCLR 41, and forwarding a courtesy copy to the assigned judge. If a final
decree, judgment or order of dismissal of ail parties and claims is not filed by 45 days after a Notice of
Sefflement,the case may be dismissed with notice.

If you miss your scheduled Trial Date, the Superior Court Clerk is authorized by KCLR 4'l(b)(Z)(A) to
present an Orderof Dismissal, without notice, for failure to appear at the scheduled Trial Date.

NOTICES OF APPEARANCE OR WITHDRAWAL AND ADDRESS CHANGES:
All parties to fhis adion must keep fhe court informed of their addresses. When a Notice of
AppearanceMlithdrawaIor Notice of Change of Address is filed with the Superior Court Clerk's Office,
parties must provide the assigned judge with a courtesy copy.

ARBITRATION FILING      AND    TRIAL DE NOVO POST ARBITRATION FEE:
                                                                                       s
A Statement of Arbitrability must be filed by the deadline on the schedule if the case i subject to
mandatory arbitration and service of the original complaint and all answers to claims, counterclaims and
crossclaims have been filed. If mandatory arb'ition is required after the deadline, parties must obtain
an order from the assignedjudge transferring the case to arbitration. Any party filing a Statement must
pay a $220 arbitration fee. If a party seeks a trial de novo when an arbitration award is appealed, a fee of
$250 and the request for trial de novo must be filed with the Clerk's Office Cashiers.

NOTICE OF NON-COMPLIANCE FEES:
All parties will be assessed a fee authorized by King County Code 4.j1.050 whenever the Superior Court
Clerk must send notice of noncompliance of schedule requirements andlor Local Rule 41.

King County Local Rules are available for viewiqg at www.metrokc.govlkcscc.

Order Setting Civil Case Schedule (*ORSCS)                                                       REV. 7R00   2
                                           1
                                          1. CASE SCHEDULE

                                                                                  DEADLINE
                                                                                     or            Filing
 CASE EVENT                                                                      EVENT.DATE Needed
 Case Filed and Schedule Issued.                                               Tue 04/04/2006         *
 Confirmahon of Service [See KCLR 4. I].                                       Tue 05/02/2006         -k
 Last Day for Fil~ng                                              f
                                             without a Showng o Good
                    Statement of Arbitrabil~ty                                 Tue 09/12/2006         ~r
 Cause for Late Filing [See KCLMAR 2 ?(a) and Notices on Page 2 .    1
 $220 arbitration fee must be paid
 DEADLINE to file Confirmation of Joinder if not subject to Arbitration.       Tue 09/12/2006         *
  [See KCLR 4.2(a) and Notices on Page 23.
 Show Cause hearing will be set if Confirmation is not filed, or if the
 Confirmation does not have all signatures, or if all answers have not
 been filed, or judgment on default has not been filed, or Box 2 is
 checked.
 DEADLINE for Hearing Motions to Change Case Assignment Area.                  Tue 0912612006
 [See KCLR 82(e)]
 DEADLINE for Disclosure of Possible Primary Witnesses                          Mon 0411612007
 [See KCLR 26(b)].
 DEADLINE for Disclosure of Possible Additional Witnesses                      Tue 0512912007
 [See KCLR 26(b)].
 DEADLINE for Jury Demand [See KCLR 38(b)(2)].                                  Mon 0611 112007       *
 DEADLINE for Setting Motion for a Change irl Trial Date                        Mon 0611 112007       *
 [See KCLR 40(e)(2)].
 DEADLINE for Discovery Cutoff [See KCLR 37(g)].                                Mon 0713012007
 DEADLINE for Engaging in Alternative Dispute Resolution [See KCLR              Mon 0812012007
- ?6(cll.
 DEADLINE for Exchange Witness & Exhibit Lists & Documentary Exhibits           Mon 08/27/2007
 [See KCLR 16(a)(4)].
 DEADLINE to file Joint Confirmation of Tr~al
                                            Readiness                          Mon 0812712007        *
 [See KCLR 16(a)(2)]
 DEADLINE for Hearing Dispositive Pretrial Motions [See KCLR 5 ; CR 561.
                                                              6                Tue 09/04/2007
 Joint Statement of Ev~dence [See KCLR 16(a)(5)].                              Mon 0911 012007        *
 Trial Date [See KCLR 401.                                                     Mon 0911 712007
                                               Ill. ORDER

Pursuant to King County Local Rule 4 [KCLR q,IT IS ORDERED that the parties shall comply with the
scheduie iisted aboiie. Peiialties, inzluding b not limited tc sanc!kns set forth in Lomi Rule 4(g) and
                                              ;
                                              .
                                              t
Rule 37 of the Superior Court Civil Rules, may be imposed for non-compliance. It is FURTHER
ORDERED that the party filing this action must serve this Order Setting Civil Case Schedule and
attachment on all other parties.


 DATED:     04/04/2006
                                                                                     PRESIDING JUDGE




Order Setting Civil Case Schedule (*ORSCS)                                                   REV. 71200    3
                    N. ORDER ON CIVIL PROCEEDINGS FOR ASSIGNMENTTO JUDGE
READ M I S ORDER PRIOR TO CONTACTING YOUR ASSIGNED JUDGE
 This case is assigned to the Superior Court Judge whose name appears in the caption of this
 Schedule. The assigned Superior Court Judge wifl preside over and manage this case for all
 pre-trial matters.
 COMPLEX LITIGATION: If you anticipate an unusually complex or lengthy trial, please notify the
 assigned court as soon as possible.
 The following procedures hereafter apply to the processing of this case:
 APPLICABLE RULES:
 a. Except as specifically modified below, all the provisions of King County Local Rules 4 through-26 shan
 apply to the processing of civil cases before Superior court Judges.
 CASE SCHEDULE AND REQUIREMENTS:
A Show Cause Hearinq: A Show Cause Hearing will be held before the Chief CiiVChief RJC judge if the
 case does not have confirmation of service on all parties, apswers to all claims, crossclaims, or
 counterclaims as well as the confirmation of joinder or statement of arbitrabili filed before the deadiine
 in the attached case schedule. All parties will receive an Order to Show Cause that will set a specific
 date and time for the hearing. Parties andlor counsel who are required to attend will be named in the
 order.
 B. Pretrial Order: An order directing completion of a Joint Confirmation of Trial Readiness Report will be
 mailed to all parties approximately six (6) weeks before trial. This order will contain deadline dates for
the pretrial events listed in King County Local Rule 16:
 7) SettlernentlMediationlADR Requirement;
2) Exchange of Exhibit Lists;
3) Date for Exhibits to be available for review;
4) Deadfine for disclosure of witnesses;
5) Deadline for filing Joint Statement of Evidence;
6) Trial submissions, such as briefs, Joint Statement of Evidence, jury instructions;
7) voir dire questions, etc;
8) Use of depositions at trial;
9) Deadlines for nondispositive motions;
 10) Deadline to submit exhibits and procedures to be followed with respect to exhibits;
11) Witnesses - identity, number, testimony;
C. Joint Confirmation reaardinq Trial Readiness Report No iater than twenty one (21) days before the
trial date, parties shall complete and file (with a copy to the assigned judge) a joint confirmation report
setting forth whether a jury demand has been filed, the expected duration of the trial, whether a
settlement conference has been held, and special problems and needs (e.g. interpreters, equipment),
etc. If parties wish to request a CR 16 conference, they must contact the assigned court.
Plaintifflpetitionefscounsel is responsible for contacting the other parties regarding said report.
D. SettlementlWlediationlADR:
I)  Forty five (45) days before the Trial Date, counsel for plaintiff shall submit a written settlement
deiiiand. Tsn (10) days afisr receiviflg piainiiWs w E
                                                     i-
                                                      m     demaiio", crt-iisel b r dzfsridant sha!i respsnd
(with a counteroffer, ifappropriate).
2) Twenty eight (28) days before the Trial Date, a settlemenVmediationlADR conference shall have
been held. FAILURE TO COMPLY WrrH THIS SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE REQUIREMENT MAY
RESULT IN SANCTIONS.
E. Trial: Trial is scheduled for 9:00a.m. on the date on the Schedule or as soon tbereafier as convened
by the court. The Friday before trial, the parties should access the King County Superior Court website at
www.mtrokc.sovlkcsc to confirm trial judge assignment Information can also be obtained by calling (206) 205-5984.
MOTlONS PROCEDURES:
A. Notinq of Motions
  Dispositive Motions: All Summary Judgment or other motions that dispose of the case i n whole
   in
  or part will be heard with oral argument before the assigned judge. he moving party must
 arrange with the courts a date and time for the hearing, consistent with the court rules.
 King County Local Rule 7 and King County Local Rule 56 govern procedures for all summary
 judgment or other motions that dispose of the case in whole or in part. The local rules can be
 found at www.metrokc.govlkcscc.
  Nondispositive Motions: These motions, which include discovery motions, will be ruled on by
 the assigned judge without oral argument, unless otherwise ordered. All such motions must be
 noted for a date by which the ruling is requested; this date must likewise conform t o the
 applicable notice requiremenfs. Rather than noting a time of day, the Nofe for Mofionshould
 state 'Without Oral Argument" King County Local Rule 7 governs these motions, which include
 discovery motions. The local rules can be found at www.metrokc.govkcscc.
 Motions in Family Law Cases not involving children: Discovery motions to compel, motions in limine,
 motions relating to trial dates and motions to vacate judgmentsidisrnissals shall be brought before the
 assigned judge. All other motions should be noted and heard on the Family Law Motions Calendar. King
 County Local Rule 7 and King County Family Law Local Rules govern these procedures. The local rules
 can be found at www.metrokc.gov/kcscc.
 Emergency Motions: Emergency motions will be allowed only upon entry of an Order
 Shortening Time. However, emergency discovery disputes may be addressed by telephone call, and
 without written motion, if the judge approves.
 Filing of Documents All original documents must be filed with the Clerk's Ofice. The working copies of all
 documents in support or opposition must be marked on the upper right comer of the first page with the
 date of consideration or hearing and the name of the assignedjudge. The assigned judge's working copy
 must be delivered to histher courtroom or to the judges' mailroom. Do not file working copies with the
 Motions Coordinator, except those motions to be heard on the Family Law Motions Calendar, in which
 case the working copies should be filed with the Family Law Motions Coordinator.
 Original Proposed Order: Each of the parties must include in the working copy materials submitted on
 any mofion an original proposed order sustaining hislher side of the argument Should any party desire a
 copy of the order as signed and filed by the judge, a preaddressed, stamped envelope shall accompany
 the proposed order.
 Presentation of Orders: All orders, agreed or otherwise, must be presented to the assigned judge. If that
judge is absent, contact the assigned court for further instructions. If another judge enters an order on
the case, counsel is responsible for providing the assigned judge with a copy.
 Proposedorders finaliing settlement andlor dismissal by agreement of all parties shall be presented to
the assigned judge or in the Ex Parte Department Formal proof in Family Law cases must be scheduled
 before the assigned judge by contacting the bailiff, or formal proof may be entered in the Ex Parte
Department. If final orders and/or formal proof are entered in the Ex Parte Deparbnent, counsel is
 responsible for providing the assigned judge with a copy.
C. Form: Memorandalbriefs for matters heard by the assigned judge may not exceed twenty four (24)
pages for dispositive motions and twelve (12) pages for nondispositive motions, unless the assigned
judge permits over-length memorandalbriefs in advance of filing. Over-length memorandalbriefs and
motions supported by such memorandalbriefs may be stricken.
n-IS so ORDERED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ME PROVISIONS OF MIS ORDER MY
RESULT IN DISMISSAL OR OTHER SANCTIONS. PLAINTIFFtPETITIONER SHALL FORWARD A
COPY OF THlS ORDER AS SOON AS PRACTICABLETO ANY PARTY WHO HAS NOT RECEIVED
THlS ORDER.




                                                                                  PRESIDING JUDGE
                           :itl!G   COUNTY
                      sG!>ERIOR COURT CLERK
                           SEATTLE, \?A




    MARIA C. FEDERICI, a singIe woman,

                                Plaintiff,


                                                            JURY DEMAND
    U-HAULINTERNATIONAL, INC.,a foreign
    corporation, U-HAUL CO. OF
    WASKINGTON, a Washington copration,
    CAPRON HOLDINGS, INC, d/b/a/ LAKE
    HILLS TEXACO, a Washington corporation,              (Clerk's Action Required)
    and JAMES HEFLEY and JANE DOE
    I-IEFLEY, individually and the marital
    community thereof,


I                               Defendants.
                                                 I                                                       I
1 TO:           THE CLERK OF THE COURT
                                                                                                         I
         Pursuant to Washington Court Rules, CR 38(b), and any local rule of the above-


I
entitled Court, the undersigned elects to have this case tried by a jury -of [ ] 6

persons and herewith deposits with the clerk         court the required fee
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                                                             :
Select One From The Following        (check all local rules):

[ ]   No Case Scheduling Order governs this case

      Trial Setting Date is:



      A Case Scheduling Order governs this case

      Deadline for filing the jury demand is:                   93 7


[ ]   A Note For Trial Docket was filed on the date of



[ ]   Other:




      DATED this      uF       day of April, 2006.

                                                SIMON H. FORGETTE, P.S.


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                                                    Simon Forgette, WSBA       1
                                                    J. Murray Kleist, WSBA #I465
                                                    Attorneys for Plaintiff

                                                BENNETT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P.S.




                                                    Attorneys for Plaintiff




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                                                          KTNG COUNTY SUPERTOR C O m T
                                                          CASE ASSJGNMEN'I'DESIGNATTON
                                                                             and
                                                   .CASE ltVORMATION COVER SHBET -
          Please check =category that best describes this case for indexingpurposes. Accurate case indexing not only saves time but
          helps in forecasting judicial resoups. A faulty document fee of $15 will be assessed to new case filings missing this sheet
          pursuant to Administrative Rule 2 and King County Code 4.71.100.




              DOL hplied Consent-Test         Refusal -only
                                                                               u   ADOPTIONIPATERNI'IY
                                                                                   Adoption (ADP 5)
                                                                                   Chauage to Acknowledgment                  (PAT 5)t

              D L all other appeals ( A R 2) *
               O                                                                   ChalIengeto Denial of Paternity (PAT 5)*
                                                                                   Confidential Intermediary (MSC 5)
                                                                                   Establish Parenting Plan-Existing King County Paternity
          CON??tACT/COMNJERCIAL                                                    MSC    n*
              Breach of Contract (COM 2)*                                          Initial he-Placement Report (FPR 5)
              Commercial Contract (COM2)*                                          Modification (MOD 5)*
              CommercialNon-Contmct (COL 2*  )                                     MadXcationSupportOnly W        S
              Meretn'ciousRelationship (MER 2)'             .                  U Paternity, ~stablish6isestabfish.PAT 5)*
              Third Wrty Collection (COL 2)*


          DOMESTIC RELATIONS
                                                                               H
                                                           PatemityNIFSA (PUR 5)*
                                                           Out-of-State Custody Order Registrerion (FN 5)
                                                                               17-
                                                           Out-of-state Support Order R e g M o n (FJUS)
         0    Annulrne~malidity   (NV3)*                                       U
                                                           Relinquishment (r\n5)
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            Child Custody (CUS 3)*                         Rescission of Acknowledgment of Pakmity (PAT 5)*

             - Nonpafental Custody(CUS 3*
                                        )                                          Rescission ofDenial afPaternity (PAT 5*
                                                                                                                         )                   .   .
             Dissolution Wth ChiIdren P I C 3)*                                    Tcnnination of Parent-ChiId Relationship (TER 5)
             Dissolution With No Children (DIN 3)'
              wife pregnant? Y / N .
             Enforcement~Sbow  Cause- Out o f County (MSC 3)
                                                        P n~
                      Residential ~ c h e d / ~ a r e n t i I ~ ~ P P S EE
             -~stablish                                             3)*
             Esfablish Supprt Only (PPS 3)* EE                                     DOMESTIC V I O L E N c E f ~ s S M E N T
         )Legal Sepmaon(SEP 3)*                                                                   (HAk 2)
                                                                                   Civil ~arassment


         a    with dependent children? Y / N; wife pregnant? Y / N
             Mandatory Wage Assignnmt (h4WA 1
             Modification (MOD 3)*
                                                       )
                                                                                   Confidential Name Change (CHN 5) .
                                                                                   Domestis Vie-!~ce t?:-lf? 2)
                                                                                          Violence vtith Children @VC 2)
                                                                                   ~onkxtic
                            -                                                      Foreign Protection Order (FP02)
     _
             Modification Suppoxl Only ( M D S 3)*
         U   Out-of-state Custody Order Registration (FJU 3)                       Vulnerable kdult protection (VAP 2)
             Out-of-State Support Court ~rdk      Registration (FW 3)
             ~cci~rhcat, Respondent Out of County (ROC3)
             ReciprocaI, ~ e s ~ o n d ein tCounty (RIC 3)
                                         n
         U   Relocation Objection/Modification(MOD 3)*
                                                                   -
             Patemity Affidavit or Existinflaternity is not an issue and NO other case exists in King Countyf The filing party lyill be
         given an ypropriate case schedule.      ** Case schedulewill be issued after hearing and findings.


         k fonnslcashierslcics
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                                                                 KQTG COUNTY SUPERTOR COURT
                                                            .    CASE ASSIGNRlENT DESIGNATION
                                                                                   and
                                                                CASE lIYFORMATION COVER m E T
                     Please check =category that b s describes this case for indexingpurposes. Accutatecase indexing not only saves time but
                                                      et
          .          helps in forecastingjudicial resources. A faulty document fee of $15 will be assessed to new case filings m s i g this sheet
                                                                                                                                isn
                     pursuant to ~dtninis&rative Rule 2 and King County Code 4.7 1.100.
                     PROPERTY RIGHTS                                                          PROBATElGUARDLANSHE
                        CondemnationlEminentDomain (CON 2)*            .                          Absentee (ABS4)
                        Foreclosure (FOR2)*                                                       Disclaimer (DSC4)
                         and Use Petition (LUP2)*                                                 Estate (EST 4)
                        Property Fairness (FFA 2)*                                                Foreign Will (F'NW 4)
                        Quiet Title (QTI 2)*                                                      Guardian (GDN4)
                                           (JD
                        udawfuj~etainerC N 2)                                                     Limited Guardianship (LGD 4)
                                                                                                  Minor Settlement (MST 4)
                                                                                                                      -
                                                                                                  Notice td Crediton Only (NNC4)
                                                                                                  Trust (IRS 4)
                                                                                                                                                             .'
                        Judgment, Another Coimty, Ab-      (ABJ 2)                                T t Estate Dispute Resolution ActlPOA @BR 4)
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                        Judgment,Anotber State or Country (FJU 2)                             U   Wilf Only-Deceased (WLL4)

                        Transcript of Judgment (TRJ 2)                                            TORT, MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
                                                                                              0  Hospital (MED 2)*.
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                        Action to CompeUConfirm Private Binding Arbitration &LSC 2)               Other Health Care Professionai (MED 2)*
                        Cemfi~catc Rehabilitation (MSC 2)
                                   of                              .
                        Change of Name (CHN 2)                                                   TORT, MOTOR VEHICLE
                        Deposit of Surplus Funds WSC 2)                                          Death (TMV 2)*
                        Emhcipation of Minor @OM 2)                                              Non-Death Injuries (TMV 2)*
                        Frivolous Claim of Lien (MSC 2)                                          Property Damage Only (TMV 2)*
        . ...- .                                 . .                                            -.
                                   M
                       '~nj;nction( 2)*
                        Interpleader (MSC2)                                                      TORT, NON-MOTORVEHICLE
                        Malicious H r s m n (MHA 2)*
                                   aaset                                                         Asbestos (PIN 2)** .
                       Non-Judicial F i n g (MSC 2)                                              Implants (PIN 2)
                        Other ComplaintlPetitioo(h4SC2)*                                         ---- MalnmrtiCP_ ,
                                                                                                 nth- -.--.r---   OfiAT *
                                                                                                                      &).
                        Seizure of Property from the Commission of a Crime (SPC 2)*              Personal Injury (PIN2)*
                       Seizure of Property Resufting ffom a Crime (SPR 2)*                       Products Liability        2)*
                                            ~
                       Structured ~dttlements          C
                                                   S 2)*                                         Properly Damage (PW 2)*
                       Subpoena (MSC 2) .                                                        Wrongful Death ( W E 2)*.
                                                                                                 Tort, Other (TTO 2)+



                                                                                                 Habeas Corpus (WHC 2)
                                                                                                 Mandamus (K!RM 2)**
                                                                                                 Review (WXV
                                                                                                           2)-
                   ,*The filing party will be given an appropriate case schedule. *" Case schedule will be issued after hearing and findings.

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                                fUi?G COUNTY
                            SUPERijlR COURT BEP.K
                                Sc,AfTLE+ WA.




I               SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY

    MARIA C. FEDEIUCI, a single woman,
                                                       NO. 06-2-1 1563-5SEA

                                                       CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
          vs.

    U-HAUL NIXRNATIONAL, INC., a foreign
    corporation, U-HAL& CO. OF
    WASHINGTON, a Washington corporation,
    CAPRON HOLDINGS, INC., d/b/a LAKE
    HILLS TEXACO, a Washington corporation,
    and JAMES HEFLEY and JANE DOE
    HEFLEY, individually and the marital
    community thereof,


I                               Defendants.


I        The undersigned hereby certifies under penalty of pajury under the laws of the


ISummons; (2) Complaint; (3) Civil Case Schedule; (4) Jury and this (3) Certificate of
( Service to be delivered via legal messenger to:




                                                                   LAW OFFICES
                                                      B E P ( i BIGELOW & LEEDOM, PS     ..
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE - Page I                          1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
                                                           Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                                       1 :
                                                       T (206)622-551 F (206)622-8986
                Kurt D. Bennett
                The Law Offices of Kurt D. Bennett
                1001 Fourth Avenue, Suite 3200
                Seattle, WA 98154




                                                               LAW OFFICES
                                                BEMYEIT BIGELOW & LEEDOM, P A
CERTEICATE OF SERVICE - Page 2                     1700 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900
                                                         Seattle, Washington 98101
                                                     :
                                                     T (206)622-551 1 F:  (206) 422-8986

				
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