Two Madison County dentists and their practice deny liability in a suit alleging a minor girl contracted the herpes simplex virus from contaminated dental tools.
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After a St. Clair County jury awarded a mother and her daughter $3.75 million following the third trial attempt in a medical malpractice suit alleging hypoxia and fetal depression during birth, the parties announced that they had reached a post-trial settlement.
Madison County Circuit Judge Andreas Matoesian granted dismissal for a woman in her mother’s lawsuit alleging the plaintiff’s grandson struck her when he opened a door to the garage, causing her to fall to the ground. The grandson is still named a defendant.
In light of a mother and son’s motion to dismiss, their relative was granted leave to amend her complaint alleging she was injured when she was struck by a door to the garage and fell to the ground.
A man alleging his horse fell on him when it was spooked at a training facility argues that the defendants are not authorized to contest the factual allegations of the case in their motion to dismiss.
A horse training facility and its operators seek to transfer a man’s suit alleging he fell from a spooked horse to Madison County Circuit Court.
St. Clair County jury awards mother, daughter $300K in 15-year-old medical malpractice case alleging birth injury
A St. Clair County jury awarded a mother and her daughter $300,000 in a 2002 medical malpractice suit alleging the minor suffered hypoxia and fetal depression during birth, allegedly causing permanent hearing loss.
Anderson Hospital argues that a patient’s own comparative fault caused her injuries in a suit alleging several healthcare providers failed to diagnose and treat her breast cancer.
BELLEVILLE — A woman is suing Jenny's LLC, d/b/a Scootr's West, alleging negligence in connection with a fall.
Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth denied several Phillips 66 defendants’ motion to dismiss a man’s suit alleging the companies contaminated his property.
An auctioneer and property owner both deny liability in a guest’s lawsuit alleging he was injured when he stepped on a rake.
Companies seek to dismiss contamination lawsuit for lack of jurisdiction, exceeding statute of limitations
Companies accused of contaminating a man’s property seek to dismiss the suit for exceeding the statute of limitations and lack of jurisdiction.
A dentist and his practice deny negligence in a lawsuit alleging a patient went months without teeth after her implants were allegedly installed improperly.
A dentist and his practice seek to dismiss a patient’s complaint alleging she went months without teeth after her implants were allegedly installed improperly.
BELLEVILLE – A married couple is suing the husband's place of employment in connection with injuries he allegedly experienced during a fall on the workplace's premises.
BELLEVILLE – A homeowner is suing over damages she and her home allegedly suffered as a result of a defective fireplace insert. She is citing negligence and product liability.
Several defendants associated with the Keystone Pipeline argue that a landowner cannot collect economic damages in her complaint alleging her farmland yields fewer crops after pipeline work was done on her property.
The Heart Care Group in Fairview Heights and one of its doctors deny liability in a patient’s lawsuit alleging they failed to properly diagnose and treat his heart condition.
Contractors seek to dismiss lawsuit alleging Caseyville couple’s house caught fire due to faulty insulation
Several contractors seek to dismiss a lawsuit alleging faulty insulation installation in a Caseyville couple’s fireplace caused their home to catch fire.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley granted voluntary dismissal in a patient’s lawsuit alleging shoulder surgery resulted in carpal tunnel syndrome.