Specialty Contracting Consultants, Inc. Todd Avery in court all the time watch out

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Watch out doing business with this guy Todd Avery and Specialty Contracting Consultants, Inc.See below cases: Do your homeworkIn and out of court cases IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA TODD AVERY and KELLY ELLIOTT-AVERY, ) Appellants-Defendants, ) ) vs.) No.

82A05-0607-CV-374 ) DENTASAFE, INC., ) Appellee-Plaintiff. ) APPEAL FROM THE VANDERBURGH SUPERIOR COURT The Honorable Mary Margaret Lloyd, Judge Cause No. 82D03-0203-CC-1294 MAY 1, 2007 MEMORANDUM DECISION - NOT FOR PUBLICATION HOFFMAN, SeniorDefendants-Appellants Todd Avery (“Avery”) and Kelly Elliot-Avery (collectively, “the Averys”) appeal the trial court’s judgment in favor of Plaintiff-Appellee Dentasafe, Inc. (“Dentasafe”).

We affirm. The Averys raise one issue for our review, which we restate as: whether the trial court abused its discretion in admitting certain expert opinion testimony. Avery met Daniel Fink, a member of the multi-dentist practice called Dentasafe, at a neighborhood cookout. Fink stated during their conversation that he was interested in starting a motorcycle dealership and was soliciting investors.

Avery, who had experience in the construction of buildings, offered to work with Fink in making preliminary plans for the bike shop building. Subsequently, Avery and his wife, Kelly, became Fink’s patients. After Avery and Fink talked about the bike shop while Avery was receiving dental care, they entered into an oral agreement whereby Avery would prepare preliminary building plans in exchange for Fink’s dental services for Avery and his family. Fink told Avery that he did not want to invest any sums of money at the time and that he only wanted the preliminary plans to show to potential investors.

Fink continued to do dental work for Avery, Kelly, and their son, Matthew. Later, Avery brought an incomplete eight-page plan to Fink. Fink asked Avery what Fink’s maximum cost was going to be, and Avery responded that he had approximately $2,500.00 invested in the development of the plans and that he couldn’t see it costing any more than $7,500.00 to develop additional plans. Initially, Fink gave Avery an $8,000.00 allowance against the dental bill.

2Specialty Contracting Consultants, Inc. IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA TODD AVERY and KELLY ELLIOTT-AVERY, ) Appellants-Defendants, ) ) vs. ) No. 82A05-0607-CV-374 ) DENTASAFE, INC., ) Appellee-Plaintiff.

) APPEAL FROM THE VANDERBURGH SUPERIOR COURT The Honorable Mary Margaret Lloyd, Judge Cause No. 82D03-0203-CC-1294 MAY 1, 2007 MEMORANDUM DECISION - NOT FOR PUBLICATION HOFFMAN, SeniorDefendants-Appellants Todd Avery (“Avery”) and Kelly Elliot-Avery (collectively, “the Averys”) appeal the trial court’s judgment in favor of Plaintiff-Appellee Dentasafe, Inc. (“Dentasafe”). We affirm.

The Averys raise one issue for our review, which we restate as: whether the trial court abused its discretion in admitting certain expert opinion testimony. Avery met Daniel Fink, a member of the multi-dentist practice called Dentasafe, at a neighborhood cookout. Fink stated during their conversation that he was interested in starting a motorcycle dealership and was soliciting investors. Avery, who had experience in the construction of buildings, offered to work with Fink in making preliminary plans for the bike shop building.

Subsequently, Avery and his wife, Kelly, became Fink’s patients. After Avery and Fink talked about the bike shop while Avery was receiving dental care, they entered into an oral agreement whereby Avery would prepare preliminary building plans in exchange for Fink’s dental services for Avery and his family. Fink told Avery that he did not want to invest any sums of money at the time and that he only wanted the preliminary plans to show to potential investors. Fink continued to do dental work for Avery, Kelly, and their son, Matthew.

Later, Avery brought an incomplete eight-page plan to Fink. Fink asked Avery what Fink’s maximum cost was going to be, and Avery responded that he had approximately $2,500.00 invested in the development of the plans and that he couldn’t see it costing any more than $7,500.00 to develop additional plans. Initially, Fink gave Avery an $8,000.00 allowance against the dental bill.

2Specialty Contracting Consultants, Inc.

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This is as cheap and ludicrous as it gets...who would allow the biased, unfounded, and incorrect claims without an admission of responsibility for making them? I would dare this person to contact Mr. Avery directly regarding this case!

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