A widow alleges dismissal is inappropriate for State Farm in a fraud suit alleging she was wrongfully accused of vandalizing a rental home in an effort to pay for dangerous code violations the landlords refused to repair.
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A patient alleging she suffered blisters and hair loss during a cosmetic vein treatment responded to her doctor’s affirmative defenses, in which he denies liability.
A deceased 19-year-old’s former employer seeks to dismiss a suit alleging the teen was electrocuted while performing job duties when he attempted to plug in a vacuum pump.
Madison County Circuit Judges Mudge, Matoesian and Ruth have law cases scheduled on the civil docket for the week of June 18-22.
Visiting judge finds conflict of interest exists in MC raid case; Notes ease of indictment in 'ham sandwich' remark
Visiting Associate Judge Jerry Crisel of the Second Judicial Circuit concluded that a conflict of interest does exist in regards to a raid at the county administration building five months ago.
Murder suspect's attorney ready to move forward with trial; Kimble: 'I have everything I think I need'
BELLEVILLE – Counsel for murder suspect David Fields on Friday told St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert Haida that she is ready to move forward with the scheduled pre-trial conference next month.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Chris Kolker denied the owner of a demolition company’s motion to dismiss a suit alleging he demolished a building for scrap.
St. Clair County Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson granted dismissal in a suit alleging a patient underwent unnecessary surgery to correct an eye condition.
An O’Fallon hotel denies that it was negligent in a guest’s suit alleging she was injured due to the presence of bed bugs in her room.
A St. Clair County woman has filed six class action lawsuits against manufacturers for allegedly falsely advertising their products through an attorney known for filing “unnatural” class actions.
Madison County Circuit Judges Mudge, Matoesian and Dugan have law cases scheduled on the civil docket for June 11-15.
St. Clair County Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson denied a St. Louis County condominium’s motion to transfer a tenant’s suit alleging a 2008 earthquake in Illinois caused damages to her unit.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Brandon to resign July 2; Second vacancy filled while LeChien’s seat remains empty
St. Clair County Associate judge Walter C. Brandon Jr. will resign July 2, roughly one year before his current four-year terms was set to expire in June 2019.
Smithton homeowners advise that they have settled a grandmother’s suit alleging she tripped on a Halloween display in their yard while trick-or-treating with her grandchildren.
The Illinois Supreme Court granted Madison County’s request to extend the deadline to switch to the state-wide e-filing management system for the asbestos docket.
A St. Clair County jury awarded a motorist $21,041.35 following a rear-end collision in O’Fallon.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Vincent Lopinot granted default judgment for a nurse practitioner who alleges she was not paid her full wages.
There are five law cases scheduled on the Madison County civil docket for June 4-8.
Several local attorneys were sanctioned by the Illinois Supreme Court during the May term for engaging in professional misconduct, including failing to disclose a personal relationship, concealing evidence and improperly entering into a business transaction with clients.
US admits anesthetist at Marion VA breached duty of care; Patient ‘prayed for death’ during surgery without anesthesia
An anesthetist with the VA Medical Center in Marion breached the standard of care when a patient did not receive anesthesia during surgery, the government admits in court.