A St. Clair County woman has filed suit against the man who she says hit a parked boat and trailer as she was riding with him.
A Monroe County man says he began experiencing psychological, behavioral and personality changes after he was struck in the face with construction materials while working.
An Illinois corporation has filed suit against a glass company, alleging it did not pay more than $1 million for tape products it received.
Dillard The "staunchest supporter of civil justice reform legislation in the Illinois General Assembly" -- according to a prominent tort reform advocate -- is running for the top job in Illinois government.
CLE Fest Classic 2009, a three-day "marathon" of continuing legal education programs hosted by the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) this past year, plus new programming, will be held Thursday through Saturday, June 18 – 20, on-site at the ISBA Regional Office, 20 S. Clark Street, Suite 900, in Chicago, or via online webcast programming.
Schoen, Walton, Telken and Foster in East St. Louis A second group of Illinois residents who live in or near Sauget have filed a lawsuit over the release of various hazardous substances they claim has created a severe health risk and has contaminated their properties.
Young A class action suit filed over an immunity supplement sold by Target stores is set for a case status hearing in August as discovery continues.
Robreno PHILADELPHIA – Asbestos lawyers have started abandoning claims rather than reveal the methods behind X-rays of their clients.
Thompson A total of 16 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of May 18 through May 22.
Gori A total of 11 new asbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of May 25 through May 29.
A negligence suit brought over injuries sustained in a 2007 rear-end accident in Troy is set for trial Monday. The plaintiff is asking for $50,000 and costs.
Bailey The maker of common household items like Windex and Pledge furniture polish has no standing to argue Thomas and Sara Buske filed a "sham divorce."
A breach of contract suit between Godfrey attorney Timothy Campbell and his former co-counsel Paul Weiss of Chicago continues.
A suit over insurance payouts related to a Maryville fire is set for trial Monday according to the Madison County Circuit Court docket.
A Missouri corporation claims it used toner, paper and employee time against its will because of unsolicited faxes it received from a medical clinic.
Jensen The next friend of a deceased woman has filed suit against the Belleville nursing home where the woman allegedly fell multiple times and sustained multiple fractures before her death.
The daughter and grandson of a deceased woman have filed two separate complaints against Wallace Broadview Funeral Home and two of its employees, alleging they were physically assaulted by the employees and were not given a private viewing room for their relative.
Murnane The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling Monday in Caperton v. Massey Coal Co. is certain to re-kindle talk of the 2004 Illinois Supreme Court election in which Justice Lloyd Karmeier defeated former Appellate Justice Gordon Maag in the Fifth Illinois District in Southern Illinois.
As the season of commencement ceremonies winds down and collegiate graduates go off to make their way in the world, I would like to recognize the Chicago Nine for giving us the CPS Six.
Should someone file a class action suit against certain consumer advocates?