News from April 2008
Terri Moore filed a personal injury suit against Penn National Gaming in Madison County Circuit Court March 28, alleging she sustained serious injuries after tripping in the Captain's Table Buffet in the Alton Argosy Casino.
The St. Louis Cardinals will announce later today that Madison County Record courts reporter Steve Gonzalez has been selected to serve as an assistant press secretary for the 2008 season.
The estate of Georgia Shaw filed a wrongful death complaint against Joann Rye of Normal, Ill., alleging Rye's negligent driving caused Shaw's death.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing a Washington Park business for subjecting an African American worker to less favorable working conditions than white employees.
Three people injured in a Belleville automobile accident last year filed a dram shop suit against Locust Hills Golf Course in Lebanon alleging the golf course served alcoholic beverages to a man who later collided with them.
An Edwardsville woman filed a civil suit against a Catholic priest she claims impregnated her then coerced her into an abortion.
Herndon EAST ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge David Herndon shot down Fairview Heights in its bid for a class action against online travel agencies on March 31, declaring the city didn't belong to the proposed class and he wouldn't certify a class if it did.
Christopher Kolker St. Clair County Associate Judge Andrew Gleeson gave preliminary approval to a national class action settlement against DirecTV on March 25.
Businesses in the Edwardsville and Granite City areas are invited to attend informational workshops regarding the U.S. Government's SBA loan programs.
Tom Lakin filed a motion with U.S. Magistrate Judge Phillip Frazier March 31, waiving his right to have the charges of the third superseding indictment read to him.
A Cahokia man who lost almost everything in a house fire filed suit against Allstate Insurance in St. Clair County Circuit Court alleging it has refused to pay his claim.
Bozarth EAST ST. LOUIS - Lakin Law Firm attorneys who proposed a class action against mortgage lender RBMG find themselves aiming at a bigger target – the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.