BELLEVILLE – Charles J. Baricevic, Grey Chatham, and their firm were subjected to fines and penalties on their taxes, according to a complaint Chatham filed in St. Clair County circuit court on Nov. 19.
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BELLEVILLE — A Caseyville couple allege their neighbors encroached on their property and then attempted to damage their trucking business after they made complaints.
BELLEVILLE — An investor is suing a St. Clair County business, alleging breach of contract.
BELLEVILLE — A customer is suing the operators of a local IHOP restaurant after she allegedly fell outside the bathroom.
East St. Louis denies liability in suit alleging child fractured leg while clearing vacant lot for $3
The City of East St. Louis argues that it is immune from liability in a suit alleging a child fractured his leg while clearing a vacant lot owned by the city.
Nearly half of Kolker campaign contributors have cases before the judge; Campaign says contributions are not solicited
BELLEVILLE – Almost half the civil suits that began in St. Clair County Associate Judge Chris Kolker’s court from July through December last year involved lawyers who contributed to his campaign for circuit judge in the same period.
The former wife of a tax buyer who pleaded guilty to rigging bids at tax sales has voluntarily dismissed her suit seeking $714,757 in a marriage dispute against her ex-husband, his brother and their father.
BELLEVILLE – A wrongful death suit involving a fatal crash in January alleges the driver who struck the deceased was under the influence of Alprazolam, morphine and cocaine at the time of the crash.
John Vassen, who pleaded guilty to rigging bids at tax sales, his brother and his father’s estate all seek to dismiss Vassen’s former wife’s suit seeking $714,757, arguing that she conducted improper service.
BELLEVILLE — A homeowner is suing a remodeling company for allegedly causing damage during a basement remodel project.
BELLEVILLE — A driver is suing another motorist for allegedly causing a collision while attempting to turn.
Scott Credit Union admits that former Business Relationship Manager Theodore Longust embezzled funds and created fictitious loans, but denies that it is liable for his criminal conduct in a former St. Louis Cardinals football player’s suit alleging fraud.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Randall Kelley denied Scott Credit Union’s motion to dismiss a former St. Louis Cardinals football player’s suit alleging consumer fraud.
Scott Credit Union officers file motion to quash service of summons in former NFL player and St. Louis man’s suit alleging fraud
Several Scott Credit Union officers claim a former St. Louis Cardinals football player and a St. Louis man’s attempt to serve summons was inappropriate and unauthorized in a suit alleging consumer.