A mechanic for the Cahokia School District was awarded $845,542.08 after he allegedly suffered injuries in a Cahokia crash in 2015 and again when he was hit by a bus hood in 2017.
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A motorist’s lawsuit alleging he was injured in a 2015 crash in Cahokia is at trial in St. Clair County Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson’s courtroom.
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.
The operator of a independent residential facility faces a wrongful death lawsuit as a result of a fall on the property.
A Madison County jury returned a verdict in favor of defendant Jennifer Pitts in a collision suit where both parties claimed they had a green light.
A lawsuit involving a crash at the intersection of Route 143 and South Moreland Road is at trial in Madison County Associate Judge Thomas Chapman’s courtroom.
REED ARMSTRONG MUDGE & MORRISEY: Martin K. Morrissey and Tori L. Walls Secure Summary Judgment on Negligent Entrustment/Wrongful Death Claim in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, Herndon, J., recently granted summary judgment in favor of Reed, Armstrong’s client in a negligent entrustment/wrongful death claim.
EDWARDSVILLE — A Wood River property owner seeks medical records from a woman alleging she tripped on a hole on the defendant's property, arguing that the woman was instead intoxicated and pushed down during an altercation with a third party.
A sporting goods company argues that a former East St. Louis Senior High School football player voluntarily dismissed his original suit alleging injuries from a defective helmet in order to evade discovery requirements and “imminent defeat” before refiling his claims.
A woman alleging her husband died following a go-cart crash nearly three years ago argues in her opposition to several motions to dismiss that the responding ambulance was out of service and knew it could not transport the decedent, delaying potential life-saving treatment.
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder denied several defendants’ motions to dismiss a widow’s wrongful death suit alleging her husband died following a go-cart crash.
The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel is presenting a legal writing and advocacy seminar on Feb. 15 at the Wildey Theatre in Edwardsville.
Several defendants sued in a widow’s wrongful death suit alleging her husband died following a go-cart crash in 2015 are seeking dismissal from her amended complaint.
A sporting goods company seeks to dismiss a former East St. Louis high school football player’s suit alleging he sustained head injuries due to a defective helmet
With 10 lawsuits in Madison County going to verdict in 2017, jurors awarded plaintiffs a total of $676,787.
Two dog owners have settled a lawsuit alleging the plaintiff’s dog was attacked in her front yard by the defendant’s pit bull.
A pit bull owner denies liability in a woman’s lawsuit alleging she and her own dog were attacked in the plaintiff’s front yard.
Gateway Motorsports Park denies liability, says man died from preexisting medical condition following go-cart crash
Gateway Motorsports Park argues that a man who was killed following a go-cart crash two years ago died due to preexisting medical conditions and signed a liability release before using the go-carts.
Madison County Associate Judge Clarence Harrison granted in part and denied in part a construction company and contractor’s motion for summary judgment in an asbestos attorney’s lawsuit alleging mold and water infiltrated his $775,000 Troy home.
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder granted State Farm’s second motion to continue a trial that was scheduled for May 1 in an insurance dispute over an alleged stolen vehicle.