An appeals court has granted a motion for summary judgment in a case involving a wrongful death claim in 2012.
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois News
BENTON — A Vietnam veteran seeks $20 million in a suit accusing a Veterans Administration doctor of failing to diagnose his kidney cancer.
BENTON — An injured boat captain from Creal Springs accuses his employers of violating federal maritime law.
BENTON — A hunter from Georgia is suing a Randolph County hunting club after he allegedly fell while climbing down from a tree stand.
Court denies motion for summary judgment on alleged ADA violations involving employee's breast cancer
EAST ST. LOUIS - U.S. District Judge David Herndon denied summary judgment to Gateway Regional Medical Center in an Oct. 30 ruling involving a suit brought by a former employee.
A federal judge threw out parts of a business confidentiality dispute involving two physical therapists in a Oct. 2 decision.
A federal judge awarded more than $5 million to the descendants of a Marion man who died after leaving a Veterans Affairs hospital.
BENTON — A former Nashville, Ill., administrative assistant is suing the city, alleging wrongful termination.
BENTON — A landlord's insurance company accuses a tenant of causing a fire.
BENTON — A mother alleges Clay Medical Center staff improperly used liquid nitrogen to remove a wart and injured her daughter's finger.
BENTON — A man is suing a debt collector for allegedly repeatedly calling his cell phone.
The Seventh Circuit Appellate Court affirmed district judge Michael J. Reagan’s order rejecting a woman’s attempt to reopen a fraud case that had been voluntarily dismissed four years ago.
Two warranty companies face a class-action lawsuit over their extended service plans.
An Edwardsville resident accuses Trans Union and a bank of inaccurate reporting.
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.