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Wal-Mart seeks summary judgment in former judge Byron's injury suit, claims stool did not collapse

Wal-Mart filed a motion for summary judgment against former Madison County circuit judge Nicholas Byron in his product liability suit, arguing that Byron fell from a saddle stool that was not defective and had not collapsed.

Patient alleges injuries after surgeries performed by Belleville podiatrist

BELLEVILLE – A Madison County woman alleges she sustained severe damage to her left foot and ankle because of surgery performed by a Belleville podiatrist.

Motorist alleges intoxicated driver caused I-255 collision

EDWARDSVILLE – An Edwardsville resident alleges she was injured in a collision on Interstate 255 because of the negligence of an allegedly intoxicated driver.

Vehicle owner alleges Audi wrecked by dealership employee

EDWARDSVILLE — A Granite City car owner claims a Bommarito Audi West County employee crashed his car while it was at the dealership for trim repairs. 

Patient alleges injuries during chemotherapy treatments

BELLEVILLE – A Granite City couple claims that the wife was injured during chemotherapy treatments because medication was not provided in the proper location.

Motorist sues over Godfrey Road collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver for allegedly causing a collision on Godfrey Road. 

Livingston woman accused of exercising undue influence over mother's accounts

EDWARDSVILLE — A deceased woman's child and grandchild are suing their relative for allegedly exercising influence over the decedent's accounts.

Passenger sues following collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A passenger is suing a vehicle operator for allegedly causing a collision after failing to stay in the proper lane.

Driver alleges injuries from Helvetia Township collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver for allegedly turning left in front of her without proper care, causing a collision in Helvetia Township. 

Trial rescheduled in former judge Byron's personal injury suit against Wal-Mart

Madison County circuit judge Barbara Crowder rescheduled a jury trial for March 12, 2018, in former circuit judge Nicholas Byron’s suit alleging he was injured when he fell off a pre-assembled saddle stool.

Man claims faulty rifle caused blindness in one eye

EDWARDSVILLE — A man is suing a gun store, claiming it sold him an unsafe firearm that caused blindness in one eye.

Crowder enters confidentiality order in Byron’s personal injury suit against Wal-Mart

Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder filed a confidentiality order in a suit alleging former Madison County Circuit Judge Nicholas Byron was injured when he fell off a pre-assembled saddle stool.

Ruth denies summary judgment in dog bite suit

Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth denied two homeowners’ motion for summary judgment in a suit alleging their neighbor’s son was bit by their Akita while caring for their dogs, Marco and Polo.

Discovery deposition set in Byron's suit against Wal-Mart

Former Madison County Circuit Judge Nicholas Byron is scheduled to provide a discovery deposition in a suit alleging he was injured when he fell off a pre-assembled saddle stool.

Auto body shop says former employee failed to exhaust administrative remedies in pregnancy discrimination suit

An auto body shop alleges a former employee failed to exhaust her administrative remedies before filing a lawsuit alleging she was discriminated against due to her pregnancy.

Prairie Farms seeks to dismiss milk hauler’s suit

Prairie Farms seeks to dismiss a milk hauler’s lawsuit alleging the dairy company interfered with his employment.

Alton storage facility denies liability following fire caused by homeless person

An Alton storage facility denies liability in a customer’s suit alleging her belongings were damaged in a fire caused by a homeless person.

Asphalt truck injury case at trial in Madison County

A Smithton man who claims he was forced to have part of his left leg amputated after a Mack dump truck driver ran him over will have his case heard by a Madison County jury. Jurors were being selected Monday afternoon in Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth's court.