The asbestos jury docket for Madison County will be held at 9 a.m. on Feb. 29 in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs' courtroom, room 327, at the Madison County Circuit Court in Edwardsville.
The asbestos motion docket for Madison County will be held at 9 a.m. on Feb. 24 in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs’ courtroom, room 327, at the Madison County Circuit Court in Edwardsville.
Flooring companies seek to dismiss man’s lawsuit alleging chemical exposures caused Parkinson’s disease
Story CopySeveral flooring companies seek to dismiss a man’s lawsuit alleging he developed Parkinson’s disease after years of working with chemicals in the flooring business.
StobbsMonday, October 281:30 p.m.MASTERSON RUSSELL P V. ALCATEL LUCENT USA INC FKA LUC 11-L-000462, ASBESTOS J 311 Friday, November 19 a.m.AHLFELD WILLIAM INDIVIDUALLY V. A W CHESTERTON COMPANY 12-L-001930, ASBESTOS J 31110 a.m.HUCK SANDRA INDIVIDUALLY V. ADVANCE AUTO PARTS INC AKA ADV 12-L-000966, ASBESTOS J 311TOSH NEDRA V. AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS INC 13-L-000633, ASBESTOS J 311WINGET JAMES L
HarrisonTuesday, October 110 a.m.LAMARTINA RICHARD V. A W CHESTERTON INC 11-L-000818, ASBESTOS J 311WHALE DAVID C V. AIR & LIQUID SYSTEMS CORP AS S 13-L-000003, ASBESTOS J 311 Thursday, October 39 a.m.WIELENBECK FREDERICK V. A W CHESTERTON INC 07-L-000737, ASBESTOS J 3119:30 a.m.BARNHART ANITA INDIVIDUALLY V. ATLAS ASBESTOS COMPANY 13-L-001065, ASBESTOS J 311 Friday, October 49 a.m.PORTA GERALD
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A Madison County seaman is suing his employer after contaminated drinking water at work allegedly made him violently ill.
A Glen Carbon man's suit against his former employer for what he claims was his firing stemming from oil dumping in the Mississippi River settled Friday morning on the day the case likely would have gone to the jury.
Crowder Testimony got under way Tuesday in a whistleblower suit over alleged oil dumping in the Mississippi River.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder is scheduled to open a trial of a retaliatory discharge case stemming from a man who alleges oil was spilled into the Mississippi River.
Gori One of the most ambitious asbestos lawsuits ever filed in Madison County has been assembled by lawyers Randy Gori and Barry Julian of Alton.
A former employee of American River Transporation Co. and Archer-Daniels-Midland claims his employment was terminated in retaliation for reporting that oil was being discharged into sewers and the Mississippi River.