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A patient has voluntarily dismissed several dentists and dental practices in a suit alleging she suffered a colon infection after being prescribed various antibiotics in an effort to treat infections.
A motorist seeks an assessment of costs after a Madison County jury awarded him just $1,000 and Circuit Judge David Dugan denied his request for a new trial in a suit involving a 2011 Michigan crash.
Madison and St. Clair Counties are again considered two of the worst jurisdictions in the nation according to the American Tort Reform Foundation’s annual Judicial Hellholes Report.
Crowder denies motions to reconsider bench trial ruling; Former Roth Law attorney awarded $84K in fee sharing suit
Days before former Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder retired from the bench, she denied several motions to reconsider an $84,378.81 award she entered in favor of a former Roth Law attorney following a bench trial in a fee-sharing dispute.
Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth set a hearing for next month to further argue a class of FOID card holders' motion for summary judgment as to the unlawfulness of an additional $1 fee for the firearm owner identification cards.
Two Maryville doctors argue that summary judgment is appropriate in a mother’s lawsuit alleging her infant son suffered a brain injury after he was deprived of oxygen.
A woman who alleged a moving company lost or damaged her belongings voluntarily dismissed the complaint.
Property owner seeks to dismiss woman's trip, fall suit; Defendant alleges plaintiff was injured in fight while intoxicated
A Wood River property owner is asking the court to dismiss a woman’s complaint as sanction for discovery violations in a suit alleging she tripped on a hole on the defendant’s property.
A hearing on class certification has been set for next week in a lawsuit alleging the City of Alton failed to deliver grass-cutting liens personally or by certified mail.
Employees Community Fund of Boeing dismissed from suit alleging teen electrocuted from faulty outlet
The Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis was voluntarily dismissed from a suit alleging a 19-year-old was electrocuted when he attempted to plug a vacuum pump into a faulty outlet, causing him to suffer fatal injuries.
An Alton fitness center seeks to dismiss a wrongful death suit after the plaintiff allegedly failed to schedule an on-site inspection of a hot tub that a customer allegedly used before he died.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Jan Fiss is remembered as a devoted family man and an impartial judge who gave out tough sentences.
State Farm argues that Desoto property owners intentionally started a fire after the insurer was sued for denying their claim.
A company that previously managed and operated the Fairview Heights Chick-Fil-A denies liability in a consumer’s lawsuit alleging she suffered permanent tooth damage after biting into a bone in her chicken sandwich.