An Edwardsville resident accuses Trans Union and a bank of inaccurate reporting.
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A distribution company and its employee face a lawsuit over a crash on Interstate 57.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Class action lawyers may have taken a risk by calling Chief Justice Lloyd Karmeier to the stand in their trial against State Farm, according to an article published in 2013 by Corporate Counsel magazine.
Magistrate Judge Reona Daly rescheduled a settlement conference in a former Madison County employee’s discrimination suit against Madison County and Recorder of Deeds Amy Meyer.
An Alton corner store is fighting a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) decision banning the retailer from accepting food stamps.
BENTON — The Sparta Community Hospital and two doctors are being sued after a Pennsylvania man suffered a fatal heart attack.
Three pension fund management groups accuse a local contractor of unpaid contributions.
BENTON — A patient alleges a contrast agent used in MRIs caused serious health problems when he developed gadolinium retention.
Illinois State Police will not receive a new trial in an age discrimination case brought by former employees, a federal judge ruled.
A pension management group accuses a landscaping service of unpaid contributions.
A federal judge put a class action lawsuit against Chrysler on hold pending appeal.
A 69-year-old bus driver says a local community organization did not pay him overtime wages and fired him because of his age.
BENTON — An insurer is suing a for-hire motor carrier following a tractor-trailer crash in Clark County.
A Swansea woman faces a federal lawsuit over $130,000 worth of unpaid government loans.
A deckhand blames WATCO Companies for creating an unsafe work environment aboard a boat.
A real estate developer and building materials supplier did not pay overtime wages, a former project manager claims.
A labor management group brought a lawsuit against Supplied Industrial Solutions Inc. for not making the required contributions to a pension fund.
An Illinois man says his former employer and an insurance company wrongfully denied him long-term disability benefits.
A former patient says a doctor and two St. Louis County healthcare providers did not properly diagnose her medical condition.
Two former employees say they faced retaliation after cooperating with an U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) investigation into the Marion County Housing Authority.