John Edwards Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards relied heavily on trial lawyer cash during his failed bid for the White House in 2004. He vowed his fund-raising efforts this time around would be "far more diversified."
No longer will Hershey bark frantically at the sound of the late night arrival of the Ford Focus or the phone ring with the inquiry of "Hello, Mr. Hopkins. Is Bridget there?" Silence is the price of progress, a high and tearfully hard price from which there is no escape.
Medical malpractice lawsuits filed in Madison County will now go through mediation if a newly created judicial review panel gives the go-ahead, according to an announcement released Monday by Chief Judge Ann Callis.
An Arkansas woman suffering from mesothelioma filed an asbestos suit against 96 defendants in Madison County Circuit Court June 14, alleging she was exposed to airborne asbestos fibers from family members' clothing.
A Greenville man injured while playing golf at The Woodlands Golf Club in Alton filed a personal injury suit in Madison County Circuit Court June 19, seeking damages in excess of $50,000 for permanent injuries to his ankle.
Roza Gossage Belleville attorney Roza B. Gossage will receive the 2007 Board of Governors Award from the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) on June 22 at the organization's annual meeting at The Abbey in Fontana, Wisc.