News from August 2007
Someone who purchased an Illinois Lottery raffle ticket at the Casey's General Store in Glen Carbon, 70 W. Main St., is the lucky winner of $1 million.
A resident of a Mascoutah nursing home claims she was assaulted, battered and robbed of her wedding ring, according to a lawsuit filed July 27 in St. Clair County Circuit Court.
Joyell Lindley filed a wrongful death complaint against Keeley & Sons and its truck driver Larry J. Benesh over a fatal accident last year that claimed her father's life.
An Edwardsville attorney who is fighting for hundreds of thousands of dollars in a personal injury claim against a local pizzeria and police officer is being sued by Yellow Book for failing to pay more than $17,000 in advertising costs.
A wrongful death suit filed on behalf of Daniel Arnold of Alton, killed two years ago in a fall from a from a tower being erected in Butler County, Mo., claims a safety harness manufactured by Klein Tools, Inc. was defectively designed.
Shop N' Save and Metro Ice are in hot water over melted ice that allegedly injured a Jerseyville shopper.
A St. Clair County plaintiff is seeking in excess of $100,000 from State Farm Insurance alleging a theft claim involving his 2003 Dodge Stratus has gone unpaid.
Victor Schwartz WASHINGTON, D.C. - The past, present and future of public nuisance claims were all part of a discussion broadcasted Thursday by the Washington Legal Foundation.
Retired Judge Kardis Lakin Law Firm attorneys want Madison County Associate Judge Richard Tognarelli to run a national class action trial against Ford Motor Company the way retired Circuit Judge Philip Kardis would have run it.
John Driscoll A drug used to treat schizophrenia and acute manic episodes associated with bipolar I disorder, is in the crosshairs of St. Louis attorney John Driscoll of Brown & Crouppen.
Brad Lakin Now that the Lakin Law Firm has sued Chicago attorneys in Madison County and Chicago attorneys have sued the Lakins in Cook County, somebody has to figure out who sued first.
Daniel Stack Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack continues to make it clear that Vioxx plaintiffs must live in-county. For if out-of-towners want their cases to remain in his court they had better have compelling reasons.
Tom Lakin Tom Lakin's arraignment that had been set for Aug. 3, has been postponed until Aug. 27 in Benton.
Less than a month after Apple released its iPhone, an attorney well-versed in products liability class actions filed an action over the product in Cook County.
There are two community theater-quality dramas approaching their respective denouements.