Carl Gallo (IL DOC) An inmate serving 75 years for a 1989 Chicago murder filed a medical malpractice suit in federal court claiming doctors at the Menard Correctional Center prescribed him an over the counter medication instead of a more expensive prescription medication and also required him to take the medicine on an empty stomach.
According to attorney Brian Wendler, contracts between Cassens Transport Company of Edwardsville and Nissan North America prove that a truck driver's lawsuit against Cassens, Nissan and others belongs in Madison County.
Question: I've been following civil lawsuits against Wal-Mart for years and ran across your article during an Internet search about a woman who wants $500,000 for a television that was dropped on her, do you know the status of that case?
Tucked away in the vaults of Illinois' five appellate courts, most decisions arrived at by justices barely see the light of day. Illinois Supreme Court "Rule 23" maintains that non-precedential rulings, the vast majority of those delivered, need only be distributed to litigants and the trial court.
Maryville Subway A woman who got sick after eating at the Maryville Subway filed a personal injury suit against the restaurant in Madison County Circuit Court Jan. 19, seeking damages in excess of $100,000.
A Cahokia School District 187 employee claims he damaged his teeth as well as the bones, muscles and tissues of his jaw and face after biting into a polish sausage he was served at a school cafeteria last year.