A mechanic's death from alleged asbestos exposure prompted a recent lawsuit.
A couple blame several manufacturing companies for exposure to asbestos.
The widow of a laborer blames a group of manufacturing companies of exposing her husband to asbestos.
EDWARDSVILLE –– Madison County State's Attorney Tom Gibbons was ordered to pay a $2,500 civil penalty for failing to comply with a Freedom of Information Act request filed by a man convicted in a fatal crash who alleges his plea deal was broken.
A former laborer says exposure to asbestos gave him lung cancer.
EAST ST. LOUIS – Belleville city attorney Brian Flynn can’t lead a class action for Chrysler owners nationwide but can lead an Illinois class, Chief U.S. District Judge Michael Reagan ruled on July 5.
EDWARDSVILLE – A widow of a man killed in a collision in Madison County is seeking damages from the manufacturer of her husband's vehicle and the police officer that struck his vehicle.
BELLEVILLE – A Belleville woman alleges her late father developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos during his life.
BELLEVILLE – A former mechanic alleges he was diagnosed with lung cancer last year and blames the diagnosis on exposure to asbestos during his career.
BELLEVILLE – A former mechanic alleges his lung cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos from various products he encountered during his career.
An estate administrator is suing the Budd Company, Dow Chemical Company, John Crane Inc. and several other companies for alleged negligence.
BELLEVILLE — A couple claims the husband developed lung cancer after being exposed to asbestos fibers during his career.
BELLEVILLE — A couple alleges companies didn't warn workers about the effects of asbestos exposure to the husband's health.
BELLEVILLE — A widow has sued a number of companies claiming her husband was exposed to asbestos fibers.
BELLEVILLE — An estate administrator has sued a number of companies claiming a man's cancer was wrongfully caused.
Illinois voters will not get a chance to weigh in on the question of whether Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan and other legislative leaders in the Democratic-controlled Illinois General Assembly should continue to hold the keys to drawing the state's legislative district maps, after the leaders of the state House and Senate refused to call a vote for a constitutional amendment designed to curtail their influence over the process.