A man currently serving time for a sexual abuse conviction claims he was abused by a Catholic priest, according to a civil rights suit filed in Madison County on Nov. 8.
Fischer's Fischer's Restaurant in Belleville and West Park Bowl in Columbia are being sued by a passenger in a vehicle that "violently crashed" on North Belt West in Belleville on Jan. 16.
A motorcyclist is suing Illinois Excavators for failing to secure barrel barricades on a road construction site in Freeburg.
8701 Village Place in East St. Louis AmerenUE and an electrical subcontractor responsible for reconnecting an East St. Louis resident's downed power lines after a destructive ice storm last winter are being sued by Illinois Farmers Insurance Co.
Judge Crowder If chiropractor Frank Bemis intends to pursue a class action against Safeco Insurance for paying him less than he charged for treating accident victims, he must explain how he sets his prices.
Four southern Illinois Allstate insurance policy holders filed a federal class action complaint alleging the insurer charges different rates to individuals with similar insurance risk in violation of state law.
Judge Stack After two years under advisement in Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack's court, six class action lawsuits against major chemical manufacturers await action.
Paul Lesko A local law firm that amassed a fortune in Madison County asbestos litigation is now courting intellectual property claimants.
Judge Stack Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack reminded a group of asbestos lawyers that he's not opposed to dismissing cases with little or no tie to the county.
A Caseyville man who was permanently injured when he was struck by an E-Crane filed suit against Beelman Truck Company, Frank Beelman, Fabick and Company and E-Crane International in Madison County Circuit Court.
Thomas Maag An attorney representing Thomas Maag in his criminal case for soliciting a prostitute filed a motion asking for a speedy trial.
Richard Burke Conveniently forget on U.S. Magistrate Judge Donald Wilkerson's watch, and he's one to forgive.
When Cook County Circuit Judge Diane Joan Larsen declared a state law establishing caps on damages in medical malpractice cases unconstitutional, her much anticipated ruling prompted an outpouring of criticism as well as praise.
The winds of fearful political consequences notwithstanding,in an act of true courage, Cook County Judge Diane Larsen struck down the damage caps, finding they violate both the separation of powers provision as an impermissible infringement on the judicial process, as well as seeing the law for what is always was, an unabashed attempt to give even more special indemnities under the law to an already overly privileged class.
In the end, it's not about our civil rights or access to our courts. Illinois' running debate over the size of "pain and suffering" awards in medical malpractice lawsuits is about priorities.
First National Bank in Staunton filed suit against O'Bryan Consulting and Glen and Cecelia O'Bryan alleging they failed to re-pay two promissory notes.
A woman attending a conference at East St. Louis School District 189 claims she fell in an unguarded opening in the sidewalk's concrete.
A Mascoutah couple claims the city's failure to maintain its sewage system and lift station caused raw sewage to back up into their basement on four separate occasions within six months.
Peel leaves the federal courthouse following his conviction in March. Attorney Gary Peel was sentenced to 12 years in prison by U.S. District Court Judge William Stiehl Monday afternoon.