Enterprise argues that a customer’s death was caused by his own negligence by choosing to walk on the interstate to aid a disabled vehicle while waiting on the side of the highway after his rental car ran out of gas.
BELLEVILLE – A Maryland Heights, Mo. resident alleges her condominium has been damaged because of a settling foundation and the condominium association has failed to make repairs for more than five years.
St. Clair County associate judge Chris Kolker denied dismissal in a suit alleging a man died in a fatal collision when he went to the aid of another disabled vehicle while waiting on the side of the highway after his rental car ran out of gas.
The owner of a demolition company seeks to dismiss a suit alleging he demolished a building for scrap, arguing that the complaint includes false statements intended to embarrass and harass the defendants.
Enterprise and one of its employees seeks to dismiss a suit alleging a man died in a fatal collision after a rental car ran out of gas, arguing that the fatal collision involving another disabled vehicle on the highway was unforeseeable.
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.
SPRINGFIELD – Supreme Court Justices, like Fifth District appellate judges, prefer to let a St. Clair County judge decide where Franklin County resident Jessica Patton should defend a wrongful death suit.
HSHS Medical Group is permitted to subpoena a patient’s confidential mental health records in a lawsuit alleging she allowed her leg wounds to become contaminated with dirt and pet hair, resulting in amputation.