A truck driver who caused an eight-vehicle fatal collision on I-55 in November filed his second motion to quash service of process, arguing that he does not reside at the served Colorado address and that he was in Ohio at the time of service.
In response to several motions to dismiss a suit alleging a former East St. Louis high school player sustained head injuries due to a defective helmet, St. Clair County Associate Judge Julia Gomric allowed the plaintiff to file an amended complaint but limited the claims he could make.
A handicapped woman who tripped on a two-inch curb at the Jerseyville Hardees after failing to use the designated handicapped parking is appealing District Judge Staci Yandle’s order granting summary judgment for the restaurant.
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder granted partial summary judgment for the mother of a minor injured in a police pursuit involving a stolen vehicle, dismissing the City of Madison’s claims that the plaintiff was involved in the theft and knew the driver might run from the police.
District Judge Staci Yandle will decide whether dismissal is appropriate for two pipeline companies without a hearing in a suit alleging they contaminated land near Highland following a 2015 oil spill where 100 barrels of crude oil were accidentally released.
District Judge Staci Yandle granted summary judgment for St. Clair County tax buyer defendants and closed the case alleging the tax buyers participated in a bid-rigging conspiracy with Treasurer Charles Suarez.
A physician and his practice argue that a patient failed to follow instructions and exercise reasonable care for her own safety in a lawsuit alleging her foot ulcer became septic, resulting in amputation.