Case 10-4 - GAL wrote the Kidds accepting their previous...

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Catherine Reeves Case 10-4 Citation Sherrod Catone v. Kidd. Courts of Appeal Washington, Division 3. April 17, 2007. Facts David and Elizabeth Kidd's dog big Mikaila Sherrod, who then made a claim for damages via her guardian ad litem. Mikaila, after being offered a $31,837 claim, sued the Kidds, which caused the Kidds to increase their claim offer to $32,843. This case called for a mandatory arbitration, where the arbitrator awarded Mikaila $25,069.47. After this, the
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Unformatted text preview: GAL wrote the Kidds accepting their previous offer of $32,843. The plaintiff and defendant disagreed about whether or not the offer was still allowed to be accepted. Issue Was the previous offer by the Kidds still valid at the time of acceptance? Decision No. Reasons The trial court's decision was reversed. When the arbitrator announced the award, the previous offer expired and not subject to acceptance....
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