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BELLEVILLE — The special administrator of a former Union Pacific employee alleges the decedent developed lung cancer from toxic exposures.
BELLEVILLE — A conductor is suing Union Pacific after he allegedly injured himself while trying to throw a switch.
The state's high court has denied Union Pacific's petition for leave to appeal a forum decision arising from a St. Clair County railroad injury case.
An Alton home sold for $445,000 as part of the real estate transactions for Oct. 7-14.
Madison County Circuit Judges Barberis, Crowder, Ruth, Mudge and Hylla have hearings scheduled on the civil docket for Oct. 24-28.
BELLEVILLE — A conductor is suing Union Pacific Railroad Company, alleging that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
BELLEVILLE — A special administrator of a deceased man's estate is suing Union Pacific Railroad Company, alleging negligence and insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia and her husband are suing several companies, alleging that they bear responsibility for her alleged exposure to benzene and benzene-containing products.
A Madison County jury awarded a former Union Pacific railroad employee $7.5 million on Wednesday in Circuit Judge William Mudge’s courtroom.
Asbestos attorneys William Kohlburn and Brad Elward acknowledged the issues surrounding forum and jurisdiction disputes in local asbestos litigation while discussing Missouri and Illinois appellate practices at the HarrisMartin Midwest Asbestos Conference.
A railroad worker’s lawsuit alleging he developed leukemia from exposure to creosote is at trial in Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge’s court.
Only a handful of cases are set for Madison County's civil docket during the week beginning Sept. 19.
BELLEVILLE — A railroad employee is suing Union Pacific, alleging the defendant's negligence led to injuries for the plaintiff.
There are 22 cases with hearings scheduled for the week of Sept. 12-15
Oral arguments set for the Illinois Supreme Court's September term include two major civil cases out of the Metro-East.
Madison County circuit judges have motion hearings scheduled for Aug. 24 and 26 next week and for Aug. 30 and 31 the following week.
MOUNT VERNON –St. Clair County was a proper forum for a Marion County man’s suit over an injury he suffered in Marion County, Fifth District appellate judges have ruled.
Fifth District Appellate Court justices have affirmed a ruling in favor of Union Pacific Railroad involving a fatal collision at a private crossing in Iron County, Mo.
More than 200 major civil cases are on Madison County's docket the week of June 27.
Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge presides over multiple cases with docket settings next week.