Two Millstadt homeowners allege their insurance company refuses to pay a flood damage claim.
The fighting in Pennsylvania among plaintiffs lawyers working on contingency fees has escalated this summer
A welder's death prompted his widow to pursue litigation against several manufacturing companies.
BELLEVILLE — A special administrator is suing manufacturers of asbestos-containing products, citing alleged failure to warn and negligence.
St. Clair County laborer claims several manufacturing companies negligently exposed him to cancer-causing asbestos.
BELLEVILLE – A widow alleges her husband's death from lung cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos during his life.
BELLEVILLE – Several corporations have been named as defendants a couple's suit over allegations of injuries from asbestos exposure.
A former machinist is suing Union Pacific Railroad and other asbestos-related companies, saying their negligence led to his lung cancer.
Appeals judges: Chicago not right court for John Crane's asbestos fraud RICO claims vs Simon Greenstone, Shein Law
A federal appeals panel in Chicago has agreed industrial seals and couplings maker John Crane Inc. should be afforded the chance to air its claims two law firms allegedly engaged in racketeering and fraud in the way they pressed asbestos-related personal injury claims against the company in the past. However, the judges also agreed with lower court judges that Chicago federal court is not the right place for John Crane can pursue its claims.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Since last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that dealt a blow to forum-shopping personal injury attorneys, companies threatened with sprawling, 50-state litigation have not been forced into defending cases all over the country.
An estate administrator is suing the Budd Company, Dow Chemical Company, John Crane Inc. and several other companies for alleged negligence.
Appeal judges mull 'troubling' questions on potential fallout from $3M verdict vs GSK over lawyer's suicide
With one judge saying he found “troubling” the potential harm to patients from decreased incentives for drug makers to develop new breakthrough medications, a federal appellate panel in Chicago hashed out some of the legal questions surrounding the appeal of jury’s verdict ordering GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3 million to the widow of a Chicago lawyer who committed suicide, and whose family has accused the pharmaceutical company of failing to warn that a generic version of its drug Paxil could raise a patient’s risk of suicide.
BELLEVILLE — A couple is suing a number of companies, alleging they failed to warn of the risks of being exposed to asbestos.
BELLEVILLE — A former laborer alleges companies included asbestos fibers in their products.
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.
BELLEVILLE — A couple claim they were exposed to asbestos fibers during their careers.
BMW Constructors, others allegedly included asbestos in products despite allegedly knowing about its harmful effects
Two individuals are suing BMW Constructors Inc., Certain-Teed Corporation and several other companies for alleged negligence.
BELLEVILLE — A man claims his brother's cancer was caused by asbestos exposure during his career.
Legislation that would have allowed third party vendors access to business financial records defeated in House
SPRINGFIELD - Legislation that would have allowed the state to disclose private business financial information to third party auditors was defeated in the State House on Wednesday.