EDWARDSVILLE – A financial adviser alleges her former employer made fraudulent misrepresentations regarding compensation and benefits.
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BELLEVILLE – An estate administrator alleges that an Illinois hospital failed to diagnose her decedent's brain tumor.
BELLEVILLE — A man is suing Vascular and Hand Surgery Ltd. and a physician, alleging a patient died following surgery.
BELLEVILLE — A patient claims he suffered deformity of his hand and fingers after his healthcare providers failed to recommend surgery for a joint fracture.
BENTON – U.S. Senior District Judge Phil Gilbert shut down an injury suit that Bruce Cook’s firm in Belleville filed for car crusher Richard Clark of Cobden.
St. Clair County Associate Judge Chris Kolker denied the owner of a demolition company’s motion to dismiss a suit alleging he demolished a building for scrap.
BELLEVILLE — A union carpenter is suing a contractor and subcontractor after he allegedly suffered injuries due to accumulated water and debris.
St. Clair County Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson denied a St. Louis County condominium’s motion to transfer a tenant’s suit alleging a 2008 earthquake in Illinois caused damages to her unit.
A St. Louis County condominium seeks to transfer a tenant’s suit alleging a 2008 earthquake caused damages.
A St. Clair County jury awarded a motorist $100,000 following a rear-end collision on Green Mount Road.
BELLEVILLE – Lawyer Bruce N. Cook is being sued over a May 19, 2016 auto accident that allegedly left a Belleville policeman sick, lame and disabled.
BELLEVILLE — A handicap woman alleges her wheelchair was not properly restrained while riding in a Metro bus.
BELLEVILLE — A union operating engineer alleges a dump truck driver caused the truck to strike the plaintiff in the head while attempting to free the vehicle from the mud.
BELLEVILLE — A personal representative is suing healthcare providers for allegedly causing a patient's death.
BELLEVILLE – Clients of Joseph Bartholomew changed their minds about dismissing a medical malpractice suit, and in the process they apparently changed the judge presiding over it.
A physician and his practice argue that a patient failed to follow instructions and exercise reasonable care for her own safety in a lawsuit alleging her foot ulcer became septic, resulting in amputation.
After a St. Clair County jury awarded a mother and her daughter $3.75 million following the third trial attempt in a medical malpractice suit alleging hypoxia and fetal depression during birth, the parties announced that they had reached a post-trial settlement.
Cook wants Gilbert to reverse Daly in insult-laden brief; Seeks more discovery in car crusher’s injury suit
BENTON – Bruce N. Cook of Belleville claims an adversary fooled a judge and lawyers including his own, but he insists the adversary didn’t fool him.
BELLEVILLE – A man alleges his cancer was not timely diagnosed and treated by a physician and medical office.