Madison County Circuit Court

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Madison County Circuit Court News

Man sues over Granite City crash

EDWARDSVILLE – A driver is seeking more than $50,000 in damages over alleged injuries from a collision in Granite City.

Couple files suit against USAA Casualty Insurance over uninsured motorist coverage

EDWARDSVILLE – A couple is seeking damages from their insurer for uninsured motorist benefits to compensate them for injuries sustained in an accident.

Madison County civil docket March 19-23

Madison County Circuit Judges Mudge, Crowder and Ruth have law cases scheduled on the civil docket for March 19-23.

Madison County foreclosures March 1-7

There were 10 foreclosures in Madison County from March 1-7

Madison County real estate March 1-7

A Collinsville commercial property sold for more than $1.13 million as part of the Madison County real estate transactions for March 1-7.

Consumer claims Johnson & Johnson did not warn of safety risks of Baby Powder product

EDWARDSVILLE – A Granite City woman alleges she would not have purchased Johnson's Baby Powder had she known about the dangers associated with the product, namely an increased risk of ovarian cancer.

Missouri driver seeks damages from Belleville woman over collision

EDWARDSVILLE – A Missouri man alleges a Belleville woman was distracted by her cellphone and under the influence when she caused a collision.

Suit alleges intoxicated motorist caused fatal Highland crash

EDWARDSVILLE – A man alleges a Collinsville motorist was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he caused a fatal collision in Highland.

Driver alleges another motorist failed to yield in Bethalto collision

EDWARDSVILLE – A Madison County woman alleges another driver attempted to turn in front of her and caused a Bethalto crash.

Motorist sues over Route 140 crash

EDWARDSVILLE — A driver is suing another motorist for allegedly hitting his parked vehicle on Illinois Route 140.

Mudge dismisses talc cases for lack of personal jurisdiction; Cites BMS decision

Citing the groundbreaking U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brystol-Myers Squibb, Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge dismissed two separate talcum powder cases that alleged use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder as a feminine hygiene product caused ovarian cancer.

Truck driver files motion to quash service in suit over fatal Thanksgiving crash on I-55

A truck driver who caused a multi-vehicle fatal collision on I-55 seeks to quash service, claiming he was in Minnesota when he was supposedly served documents in Colorado.

Driver, passenger sue over Edwardsville rear-end collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist and passenger allege they suffered serious injuries in a rear-end collision on Marine Road in Edwardsville.

Driver, passenger allege distracted motorist caused collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist and her passenger are suing another motorist for allegedly causing a collision.

Crowder takes summary judgment request under advisement in suit over police pursuit

Mother of minor injured in a police pursuit involving a stolen vehicle argues in her reply in support of partial summary judgment that if a teenager steals a vehicle, it can’t be assumed that every car thereafter is stolen.

Brazz Monkee sued over customer's trip, fall

EDWARDSVILLE — A customer claims he was injured when he tripped on a broken wooden post at Brazz Monkee.

Man alleges driver failed to keep proper lookout in I-55 crash

EDWARDSVILLE – A motorist claims he was injured in a Troy collision on Interstate 55 caused by another driver's negligence.

Motorist allegedly failed to obey signal, caused Bethalto collision

EDWARDSVILLE – A woman alleges she was injured in a collision in Bethalto when another driver failed to obey a traffic signal.

Motorist alleges brain injury from Troy collision

EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist claims she suffered brain injury in a Troy collision.

Nursing home resident alleges negligent care following surgery

EDWARDSVILLE — A nursing home resident alleges he suffered a groin infection because his post-surgical incision was not properly cleaned and monitored.