A lung-cancer victim is suing International Paper, Albany International, Trane US, 3M Company and other asbestos-related companies, alleging that negligence and failure to warn led to his ailment.
BELLEVILLE – A Navy veteran alleges that his lung cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos during his military career and employment.
BELLEVILLE — A former laborer alleges companies included asbestos fibers in their products.
BELLEVILLE — A couple alleges companies didn't warn workers about the effects of asbestos exposure to the husband's health.
BELLEVILLE — A couple claims the husband incurred medical expenses after being diagnosed with cancer.
BELLEVILLE — A number of companies are being sued after a man died of lung cancer.
BELLEVILLE — Two people are accusing a number of companies of not warning about the risks of working around asbestos.
BELLEVILLE — A couple has filed a lawsuit against a number of companies alleging they didn't exercise due care and caution for the safety of others.
A former laborer is suing a number of companies alleging their use of products containing asbestos caused cancer.
BELLEVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver for allegedly causing a rear-end collision.
BELLEVILLE – A couple is seeking damages from several manufacturers over allegations the husband's lung cancer was caused by asbestos exposure.
BELLEVILLE – A man alleges that his exposure to asbestos caused him to develop lung cancer.
BELLEVILLE – A Cahokia man alleges he was injured when a Sauget driver struck his vehicle in St. Clair County.
BELLEVILLE – A Belleville woman is alleged to have failed to pay a loan.
Student loan servicer steering borrowers into costly repayment programs, class action claims; Plaintiff is former local assistant AG
Great Lakes Educational Loan Services has until April 24 to respond to a proposed class action claiming financially stressed borrowers were steered into costly repayment programs instead of more affordable income-driven repayment options.
EAST ST. LOUIS — A Shiloh woman has filed a more than $5 million class action against her student-loan servicer, who she claims steered her and possibly thousands of other financially stressed borrowers into repayment programs that benefited the servicer more than the borrowers.
CHICAGO – An Illinois workers’ compensation attorney who calls Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker a genius is saluting the politician for his proposed elimination of an independent review board for workers’ compensation cases.
The Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar is looking for input on a proposal to adopt the Uniform Bar Examination — a multistate bar exam by the National Conference of Bar Examiners, which is becoming the standard of bar exams across the country.
Parents in High Mount School in Swansea were outraged that a public school would paint a positive picture of Islam by teaching impressionable young students that Islam bears no responsibility for the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the United States. Such teaching does reflect the growing trend in American education to portray Islam as a Religion of Peace, how Islam is a misunderstood force for good, or that Islam is just another world religion that is no better or worse than other religions.