This is the story of a lawsuit filed against an insurance company that says it was duped into thinking its video of a wedding was going to be a legal document.
The video is called “Treat My Cake,” and the insurance company says it shot it for the purpose of documenting a wedding and giving it away for free.
The wedding was not a legal contract, and the company says the video didn’t violate its policy.
But a lawsuit says the wedding video is just as fake as the original.
“The wedding was a fake and a fraud,” said a lawyer representing the insurance firm, Fiesta Insurance, in a statement.
“The company made no effort to verify that the video had been produced for the wedding, nor did it attempt to verify if the wedding was still going on.”
It took about a year to get the video back from Fiesta, and it has been a headache for the insurance agency, which has been working on a new video marketing strategy.
Fiesta claims it was paid by the wedding vendor, but that claim has been denied by the vendor.
Fenais lawyers say the vendor paid them to film the wedding.
“It’s ridiculous that this insurance company is doing this.
It’s just a very big waste of time,” said attorney Peter Kupfer.
Kupfer says the insurance claim should have never happened.
“They were hired to make a product for a wedding, not to make money for a company,” Kupffer said.
“They should have not hired the company at all, and they should have paid them.
It should have been handled differently.
They should have sent us a letter, we would have handled it differently.”
The wedding vendor is still paying for the costs of hiring a photographer and videographer, as well as the legal fees involved in the suit.
Fiesta says the lawsuit is a waste of its time.
“This lawsuit is simply a desperate attempt to get more people to take our product,” said CEO Steve Miller.
“We are confident that any claim of a copyright infringement will be rejected.”