News from July 2009
The owner of an automobile racing motor is asking Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth for his property back from the mechanic he paid to service it in 2006.
A negligence suit brought in 2007 by two families over injuries they received in a Pontoon Beach accident settled Thursday.
The Illinois State Supreme Court announced new rules of professional conduct for lawyers practicing throughout the state. The rules were announced Wednesday.
A man has filed suit against a St. Clair County company and one of its employees, alleging he sustained severe burns and the passenger riding in the car with him died as the result of a collision.
Cueto Six defendants remain in a lawsuit filed by a former St. Clair County attorney who says a newspaper columnist, two newspapers and others conspired to intimidate judges and cast him in a false light.
With the 4th of July weekend Holiday now coming to a close, on this the most patriotic time of the year, it seems proper to ask the question - what is the true nature of patriotism? Along with fireworks, pork steaks and beer, some introspection on the 233rd anniversary of the founding of The American Republic seems to be in order.
A woman is suing the driver of a vehicle that she says overturned while she was riding in it, causing her to sustain injuries to her back, hips, pelvis, arms and legs.
The mother of a minor child is suing a woman who she says threw a party during which her son was allegedly attacked.
A Professional Contract Services, Inc. employee has filed suit against the company, alleging his ankle was crushed after it was stuck under a pallet jack.
A Madison County woman has filed suit against a Granite City woman who she says t-boned her vehicle while attempting to make a left-hand turn.
A man has filed suit against Diakon Logistics and Sears Logistical Services, claiming his neck and back were injured as the result of a defective door.
A woman filed a lawsuit against Alton Memorial Hospital, alleging her back and right knee were injured after she slipped on water.
Crowder Defense expert witness Dr. Richard Quigg proved not to be a favorite of Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder following an April wrongful death trial.
The father of a minor Bond County girl is suing a Troy man, alleging his daughter was ejected from a car the man was driving.
An Illinois man who says he was run over by a train is suing Norfolk Southern Railway Company and two of its employees who allegedly failed to stop the train in time.
A Tennessee towing company has filed suit against a Madison County truck sales company and Ford Motor Company, alleging it has experienced numerous problems with the tow truck it purchased.
An Alton woman says she was seriously injured after the vehicle in which she was riding collided with another automobile.