TRUCKING DUCK



Word Mark: TRUCKING DUCK
Filing Date: 4/5/2002
Goods and Services: Insurance services, namely insurance underwriting of fire, theft and collision of motor vehicles, motor truck cargo legal liability, automobile liability, non-trucking liability, truckers general liability and accidental death and dismemberment; providing financial information about insurance on-line and in person; financial services in the field of insurance, namely insurance brokerage services, insurance premium financing services
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Latest Owner: Trucking Duck Limited
51 Eastcheap
London EC3M 1JP
Correspondent: DUANE M. BYERS
NIXON & VANDERHYE, P.C.1100 NORTH GLEBE ROAD, SUITE 800ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22201-47141
Related Tags: Insurance services namely insurance underwriting fire theft collision motor vehicles motor truck cargo legal liability automobile liability -trucking liability truckers general liability accidental death dismemberment providing financial information about insurance -line person financial services field insurance namely insurance brokerage services insurance premium financing services
US Class Code(s): 100, 101, 102


Primary Class: Insurance; financial affairs; monetary affairs; real estate affairs.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: NOT PROVIDED
Information: You are viewing the TRUCKING DUCK logo. The name TRUCKING DUCK is registered as a Service Mark by the company Trucking Duck Limited. This company is located on:
51 Eastcheap
London EC3M 1JP.
TRUCKING DUCK sells goods and services of Insurance services, namely insurance underwriting of fire, theft and collision of motor vehicles, motor truck cargo legal liability, automobile liability, non-trucking liability, truckers general liability and accidental death and dismemberment; providing financial information about insurance on-line and in person; financial services in the field of insurance, namely insurance brokerage services, insurance premium financing services. This logo and Service Mark was filed on April 05, 2002 and was first used on December 31, 1969.