BENTON -- District judge J. Ryan Gilbert granted summary judgment to a railroad company in a case alleging one of its engineers slipped and fell as he inspected a train.
BELLEVILLE — Attorneys David Nelson and Matthew Armstrong have filed another no-injury class action lawsuit against a food manufacturer for allegedly falsely advertising that the defendant's products were all natural.
BENTON — A locomotive engineer is suing Union Pacific, alleging an unsafe work environment.
BELLEVILLE — A clerk is suing Union Pacific Railroad Company for allegedly exposing him to toxic substances.
The Union Pacific Railroad Company faces a lawsuit from an employee injured by working along the railroad tracks.
Several manufacturers face a lawsuit brought by a couple claiming exposure to asbestos.
A former machinist is suing Union Pacific Railroad and other asbestos-related companies, saying their negligence led to his lung cancer.
BELLEVILLE — A conductor claims he suffered repetitive trauma to his arms, wrists and hands due to years of work with Union Pacific Railroad.
BELLEVILLE — A widow is suing asbestos products manufacturers, citing alleged failure to warn and negligence.
BELLEVILLE — A former laborer has filed a lawsuit claiming he developed lung cancer as a result of asbestos exposure.
EDWARDSVILLE – A man formerly employed as machinist and truck driver alleges exposure to asbestos during his career caused him to develop lung cancer.
BENTON – An East St. Louis railroad company alleges CSX Transportation failed to pay for holding charges.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman claims she tripped and fell on a metal rod at the Gordmans store in Champaign.
After a mistrial was ordered in a railroad employee’s personal injury lawsuit against Union Pacific, the case is at trial on the issue of causation and damages in St. Clair County Circuit Judge Vincent Lopinot’s courtroom.
U.S. District Court judge grants Union Pacific's motion to exclude testimony in personal injury suit
EAST ST. LOUIS — A U.S. District Court has ruled in favor of a Union Pacific Railroad motion to strike testimony in a personal injury case.
BELLEVILLE — The special administrator of a former Union Pacific employee alleges the decedent developed lung cancer from toxic exposures.
BELLEVILLE — A conductor is suing Union Pacific after he allegedly injured himself while trying to throw a switch.
The state's high court has denied Union Pacific's petition for leave to appeal a forum decision arising from a St. Clair County railroad injury case.