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Motorist seeks damages from alleged wrong-way driver over state Route 203 crash

BELLEVILLE – A motorist is seeking damages from the driver who allegedly was traveling in the incorrect lane and caused a head-on collision.

Deliveryman seeks damages after dog bite at Mascoutah property

BELLEVILLE – A deliveryman is seeking more than $50,000 in damages after he was attacked by a dog with an allegedly history of bites and attacks at a Mascoutah property.

Man sues MetroLink over 2017 shooting at Emerson Park station

BELLEVILLE – An East St. Louis man is seeking damages after he was shot at a MetroLink station in early 2017.

Passenger seeks damages over South Smiley Street collision

BELLEVILLE – A passenger alleges she was injured when another car failed to yield and caused a collision in St. Clair County.

Pipeline companies move for entry of ESI order in suit alleging contamination from 2015 Highland oil spill

Two pipeline companies request the district court to adopt its proposed order governing discovery of electronically stored information in a class action suit alleging the companies contaminated land near Highland following a 2015 oil spill.

Kolker affirmed in cases paving the way for class actions; One plaintiff firm is campaign contributor

MOUNT VERNON – Fifth District appellate judges have affirmed two orders of 20th Circuit Associate Judge Christopher Kolker, paving the way for attorneys David Cates and John Driscoll to start class actions.

Onder firm files talc suit against J&J, others in St. Clair County

BELLEVILLE – A widower of a St. Clair County woman alleges she was exposed to asbestos through talc and talc-based body products.

Man seeks damages from Envirochem after employee allegedly ran red light

BELLEVILLE – A St. Clair County man is seeking damages after a collision in the county with an Envirochem Inc. employee.

Customers allege serious injuries when motorist struck Gia's Pizza

BELLEVILLE – Two individuals allege an O'Fallon woman's reckless driving caused them injuries when she struck a restaurant where they were dining.

Motorist sues over I-55 rear end collision

EDWARDSVILLE – More than $50,000 in damages are sought by a motorist injured when his vehicle was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 55.

Man alleges O'Fallon physician had affair with wife, caused pending dissolution of marriage

BELLEVILLE – A Belleville man has filed suit against an O'Fallon physician, alleging the physician had an affair with his wife.

Pickup driver seeks damages over Floraville Road collision

BELLEVILLE – A pickup driver alleges a Marissa woman rear-ended her truck in St. Clair County on Christmas in 2015.

Widow files suit against tractor-trailer driver over fatal collision in Clay County

EAST ST. LOUIS – The wife of a Noble man who died from the result of a collision with a tractor-trailer is seeking damages from the tractor-trailer's driver.

Man alleges he was terminated by Walgreen's in retaliation for discrimination complaints

EDWARDSVILLE – A man alleges he was terminated from his job because he complained of discrimination and because he requested reasonable accommodation for his disability.

Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale launches diversity fellowship for first-year law students

ST. LOUIS – The law firm of Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale PC announced the launch of the Greensfelder Diversity Fellowship “for first-year law students who have demonstrated a commitment to diversity,” according to the firm’s press release issued Dec. 15.

Former nursing home employee files class action over use of biometric data

BELLEVILLE — A former nursing home employee has filed a class action alleging her employer stored her biometric information without consent. 

Motorist sues driver following collision

BELLEVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver for allegedly failing to yield and causing a collision. 

Passenger alleges injuries while riding in bus

BELLEVILLE — A passenger is suing The Bi-State Development Company after she allegedly suffered injuries while riding in one of the defendant's buses. 

Green Forest Vapor Shop denies liability in suit alleging e-cigarette exploded

A Waterloo vapor shop denies liability in a customer’s suit alleging the lithium battery in an e-cigarette purchased from the shop exploded in her pocket.

Herndon approves settlement in FLSA overtime case

U.S. District Judge David R. Herndon issued order approving settlement between Malinda Fouche and Preferred Pediatric Home Health Care Inc. and Jane Does.