News from May 2006
A woman whose stopped vehicle was rear-ended by a suspected thief fleeing from Kohl's Department Store in Fairview Heights is suing the driver, car owner and store.
Roger Cole of Steeleville, whose leg was amputated below the knee last year, is suing his doctors and their practices for failing to diagnose a blood clot and abdominal aneurysm.
AMF Bowland Lanes Crystal Howland claims she suffered serious injuries after tripping on a raised area and falling through a plate glass window at AMF Bowland Lanes on Nameoki Road in Granite City on Sept. 4, 2004.
124 Revere Dr. in Belleville Joseph Clark is suing Belleville resident D.J. Burton for injuries sustained while climbing a staircase
An East St. Louis High School student who missed her bus ride home but was not allowed back inside the school to call for a ride, has filed a lawsuit in federal court.
Debra Jackman filed a Jones Act suit against American Commercial Barge Line (ACBL) in U.S. District Court April 28, claiming she was injured while serving as a crew member aboard one of ACBL's vessels.
John Driscoll Billy Robbins filed a 10-count suit against AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals alleging the prescription drug Seroquel caused her to develop pancreatitis.
A woman who claims she slipped on french fries and fell with great force and violence in the parking lot at the Godfrey McDonald's, filed a personal injury suit against the fast food giant seeking damages for injuries in excess of $50,000.
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Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier will preside and administer the attorney's oath when 140 new attorneys are admitted to practice in ceremonies in Collinsville on Thursday, May 4.
Rosewood Care Center in Edwardsville The daughter of a woman who allegedly died from a prescription drug overdose filed a wrongful death suit against Rosewood Care Center of Edwardsville in Madison County Circuit Court April 28.
Donna Hasenmyer of Sorento filed a medical malpractice suit against Gayle Burch, M.D. and Greenville Regional Hospital claiming that she underwent a total hysterectomy even though there was no clinical or diagnostic indications that it was necessary.
Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack will preside over a medical malpractice trial scheduled to begin today.