EDWARDSVILLE – A South Roxana homeowner alleges that an Edwardsville business failed to properly install a drain line and caused damages to her home.
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A Collinsville couple is suing a St. Louis medical center alleging the husband was injured because of a failure to maintain a sterile field.
A crash two years ago at Broadway and Swallow in Highland is subject of a personal injury lawsuit filed May 19 in Madison County Circuit Court.
BELLEVILLE — A resident is suing a Belleville nursing home for allegedly failing to properly treat her heel would or change the dressing.
Case management conference set in lawsuit alleging minor patient contracted herpes from dental tools
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder scheduled a case management conference in a woman’s suit alleging her daughter contracted the herpes simplex Type 1 virus from contaminated dental tools during a routine dental exam.
A Collinsville attorney accused of failing to disclose a conflict of interest in an adoption case has reached a settlement with the Jersey County couple.
An adoption agency argues that a Jersey County couple failed to seek out an agency to provide a home study and consent to their adoption in a suit alleging a conflict of interest. Plaintiffs Greg and Janet Warren claim they entered into a contractual relationship with attorney Deborah Crouse-Cobb of Crouse-Cobb & Bays in Collinsville on Nov. 22, 2013, to provide legal services related to the adoption of Jude Warren, a child.
A jury trial has been scheduled for Sept. 11, 2017, in a Jersey County couple’s lawsuit alleging a Collinsville attorney and adoption agency’s conflict of interest botched their attempt to adopt a baby.
The Illinois Supreme Court has shot down a plaintiff’s attempt to change judges after she dropped a lawsuit and then re-filed it, saying her attempt to “reset the clock” on the process was a loophole those who wrote the rules did not intend to be exploited. State law allows each party to a lawsuit to request one substitution of judge without cause, as long as the motion is made before the judge ha