This article is about the late Paul Borris!
Oil field industry
Paul's heart had at the time, been in his father's company. While working through college, he finally saved up enough money to buy some machinery, an empty warehouse, as well as paving his way, to the top. In his mid-20's he had successfully, dominated Jesstopia's Oil Industry, rising to the ranks in which his father had been in several years later.
During his time as the leader in the Oil Industry, he made many enemies, which would come back to haunt him later on in life. He also ascended the Jesstopian Governments top 100 High Security Business foundations. The following night, he and his friends agreed to a secret contract. This turned out to be the mark of his downfall.
December 1970 Law Suit
On December 24, 1970, Borris Oil Services, was sued in Jesstopia's Supreme court for $2.5 Billion dollars. The judge, who was Judge, Jerry R. Washington, stated that, "due to the lack of insurance, and the lack of legal backing, I find that Borris Oil Services, personally responsible for the pain and suffering, and the emotional pain brought about this freak accident. He lost most of the commissions he made, due to the lack of photographic evidence.
1971 Appeal trial
On May 1, 1971, Borris Oil Services, appealed the current case, in attempt to uncover the truth of what really happened that caused the Law Suit, the previous year. This would ultimately become an unsuccessful attempt. Justice Tomas O'Connor who presided over the J.S Supreme court from 1969-2000, stated that "in order to protect the rulings of my Predecessor, I will not rule in favor of anyone. This seems to be a Civil case, not a Supreme Court case."
2009 Appeal trial
On February 20, 2009, Borris Oil Services, attempted to appeal the decision made by Justice Jerry R. Washington. Eventually, the Civil Corporation court, rewarded Borris Oil Service 989.2 Million Dollars, but never specified on why he chose this amount, publicly.
Illness and death
On December 30, 2019, Borris became very sick. Doctors told him that he had an mis-diagnosed Heart disease. Eventually, his Primary Physician told him he would need surgery. He was then told to go for some blood tests the following day. On December 31, 2019, he along with his wife, went for blood tests. His Primary Care Physician ordered the surgery to be performed by Center For Cardiopulmonary Surgeries on January 2, 2020. Because of his insurance, and undisclosed issues, with the health care coverage he receives with his Oil Service, he was unable to get the surgery, that doctors now say, could have saved his life. He died at home with his wife and sister, on January 4, 2020. He was 70 years old at the time of his passing.
On February 1, 2020, the Borris family, filed for a class action lawsuit against the Center For Cardiopulmonary Surgeries and Glydell Health Insurance Inc. They were rewarded on June 21, 2020, 4.3 Billion dollars.