News from April 2007
Susan Roesch as Power of Attorney for Joseph and Winifred Roesch v. Richard Buenger and Fountains III d/b/a Alternatives For Seniors
While you weren't looking, the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) has quietly introduced legislation that would squeeze still more money out of law-abiding citizens and businesses across the state.
In the wake of the highest-profile Madison County defense verdict of them all-- a jury siding with pharmaceutical giant Merck over widowed husband Frank Schwaller-- surely, the Metro-East's once-untouchable plaintiff's bar is muttering.
The parents of a Shiloh Elementary School second grader are suing the 84-year-old driver who crashed through a school wall on Jan. 29, killing their 8-year-old son.
A customer injured after a tornado ripped through a Fairview Heights store last year is seeking in excess of $525,000 in a lawsuit filed in St. Clair County Circuit Court.
A medical malpractice suit was filed against two Belleville internists for negligently prescribing a potent narcotic medication to a non-opioid-tolerant patient.
A Belleville surgeon and Memorial Hospital are being sued over the death of patient Gerline Kuykendall on April 8, 2005.
Dennis and Patsy Hagopian have re-filed a lawsuit against Jerry Wilson, John Apperson, Joe Perigan, and Triple J Restorations Inc. alleging their home was nearly demolished without being notified.
Robert Albrecht filed suit against Jerseyville Manor Nursing Home on behalf of Helen Albrecht in Madison County Circuit Court March 30, claiming the nursing home was negligent in her care.
United States District Judge William Stiehl again ordered Gary Peel to be held in custody of the U.S. Marshall's Service until his June 25 sentencing hearing.
A Madison County woman claims that injuries she sustained during a pedicure have deprived her of the normal pleasures of life.
Byron Madison County Circuit Judge Nicholas Byron will be honored at the third annual Senator Paul Simon, Senator Paul Wellstone Awards program later this month in Chicago.