News from October 2007
Ronald K. Riley of Salem claims he suffered extensive injuries after slipping on plastic pellets on a Centralia loading dock on Aug. 8, 2005, according to a suit filed Oct. 9 in St. Clair County Circuit Court.
CSX Transportation, Inc. has been sued an employee who claims he was required to work with unsafe, heavy, awkward, vibrating and torquing equipment.
Witnesses contradicted one another Monday in the third day of a wrongful death trial against Rosewood Care Center of Edwardsville.
NEW YORK -- American companies are dealing with fewer lawsuits overall but rising numbers in different sectors, according to international corporate law firm Fulbright & Jaworski.
Unreasonably dangerous coffee creamer is the subject of a six-count products liability claim filed against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in Madison County Circuit Court Oct. 15.
Rosewood Care Center's nursing director Sherry Oettle and facility administrator Sara Arbogast testified Tuesday as plaintiff's attorney Craig Jensen rested his case before a Madison County jury.
507 Missouri Ave. in East St. Louis An East St. Louis woman whose property sustained extensive flooding is suing American Water Works Service Co. for failing to shut off service as requested.
A crew member for Illinois Marine Towing, Inc. is seeking in excess of $150,000 for injuries he sustained while maintaining his bed aboard a vessel.
A jury in St. Clair County Circuit Court returned a verdict on Feb. 29, 2012 in favor of Dr. Sarah M. Thompson, who had been sued by Regina Hamilton of Mt. Vernon in 2007.
Madison County jurors began deliberating late Wednesday afternoon whether they should compensate the family of Rosewood Care Center resident Margaret Schwab $1 million in compensatory damages.
Burke Though Brad Lakin and former Lakin lawyer Richard Burke pledged to pursue a class action against Hartford Insurance together like old pals, a class action against American Family Insurance has wrecked the truce.
Aiming to pierce a family veil, attorney Tom Maag alleges for the first time that holding company Cassens Corporation harms its car hauling company, Cassens Transport.
Gary Medrano of Woodbridge, Va. filed a 10-count class action complaint against Ford Motor Company in United States District Court Oct. 15, alleging his 2000 Ford F-150 XLT caught fire because of a faulty cruise control switch.
The estate of Edith M. Vieth has filed suit against Christian Hospital Northeast-Northwest and Rosewood Care Center of Edwarsville claiming they failed to properly treat her pressure sores.