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Man who claims storage company sold personal property says employees kept his belongings, calling the actions ‘trickery and deceit’

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Feb 15, 2017

A man who claims his personal property was sold by a Collinsville storage company alleges the storage company actually held a “phantom auction” and employees kept his belongings for themselves.

Jury trial scheduled in suit alleging storage company sold personal property

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Apr 19, 2016

Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge scheduled a jury trial for next year in a suit alleging a Collinsville storage company sold a man’s personal property.

Storage company claims customer chose not to pay outstanding balance despite scheduled auction

By Heather Isringhausen Gvillo | Nov 10, 2015

A Collinsville storage company accused of improperly selling a man’s personal items denies liability, arguing that the man was given notice of the scheduled auction if the outstanding balance was not paid in full.

Cahokia mayor and city sued by former golf course manager

By Kelly Holleran | Jul 19, 2011

Bender A St. Clair County man claims he lost his job as manager of a local golf course and, in effect, his salary after Cahokia's mayor hired a close family relative to replace him.

Contractor sues sub claiming it failed to pay lower tiers

By Kelly Holleran | Nov 12, 2009

The general contractor of a construction project at Wingate Manor in Shiloh has filed suit against its subcontractor, alleging it failed to pay lower-tier subcontractors for their work.

Salmonella poisoning leads to suit against East Alton restaurant

By Steve Gonzalez | Sep 6, 2005

Case Romero A man who claims he suffered from salmonella poisoning after dining at an East Alton restaurant in May is seeking in excess of $100,000 for his illness which required hospitalization.

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