BILLIE SEAY FUBO NATIONWIDE INSURANCE v. BETTY WALSH ET AL. (Tenn. Ct. App. August 11, 2011)
On or about May 28, 2005, Billie Seay was involved in an automobile accident with a vehicle driven by the defendant Thomas E. Walsh ("the Driver"), which vehicle was owned by the defendant Betty Walsh ("the Owner"). Seay's insurance company, Nationwide Insurance Company, settled her claim and filed this subrogation action in Seay's name for the use and benefit of Nationwide against the Driver and the Owner. The Driver and the Owner filed separate pro se answers. The Owner appeared at trial, but the Driver did not appear. The trial court entered a judgment against both defendants. Two and a half years later, the Driver filed a motion to set aside the judgment. It was denied. He then filed a series of similar unsuccessful post-judgment motions. The Driver appeals from the last order denying post-judgment relief. We affirm.
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