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Belleville attorney Gregory L. Shevlin has been elected to the board of directors of the Illinois Bar Foundation for a two-year term.
The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel, Young Lawyers Division, is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive next month. The event is scheduled for Aug. 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Andrew Gleeson granted default judgment on July 24 in a woman’s lawsuit against a property owner who allegedly inflated rental fees and then refused to perform the required work to make the property inhabitable.
Metrolink denies liability in woman’s personal injury suit alleging she was injured after she slipped and fell on wet stairs as she was using its light rail system.
An apartment complex removed a case to federal court that alleges a man was injured when a faulty balcony railing allegedly caused him to fall.
St. Clair County Circuit Court Andrew Gleeson ruled that a 22-year-old student’s lawsuit demanding costs of attending college from her father is a non-jury case.
A tree cutter who originally sued a homeowner after he fell out of the tree while sawing off limbs has admitted that the defendant is not liable for his alleged injuries and that he climbed the tree of his own accord. Plaintiff Cody LaFarge’s May 29 admission states that he is not holding defendant Kelly Thurman responsible for him falling out of the tree on the defendant’s property. “At no time did Kelly direct me to climb into the tree."
Metro accuses a passenger of exaggerating his injuries in a personal injury suit alleging the man’s eye popped out of his head when the train doors closed on him as he was exiting.
A woman’s $5 million legal malpractice lawsuit alleging Belleville attorneys and their firm failed to properly investigate injuries she claims to have sustained while working on a cruise ship has been settled and dismissed.
Madison County Circuit Judges Mudge, Ruth and Crowder have hearings scheduled on the civil docket for the week of Aug. 4-7.