News from May 2009
Earnest Frank Green, a shareholder and representative for Green Brothers Investment Company, has filed a suit against Howard Green and Christine Green, alleging they are cheating him and the company out of money.
A Granite City woman is suing the owner of a bingo hall, alleging she tripped on parking blocks as she was exiting the building.
Stack After three hours of argument at a fairness hearing Tuesday, Madison County Circuit Judge Daniel Stack had had enough.
The mother of a deceased man is suing the person who crashed into her son and killed him.
Governor French Academy has filed suit against a Washington County resident, alleging the academy was frauded out of large sums of money.
Hammond CHICAGO – The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel (IDC) has elected attorney, Rick Hammond, as its 2009-2010 President.
Madigan SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois House on Wednesday approved a rewrite of the state's open records law that's aimed at helping the public access public documents.
A woman claims she received injuries after a Cahokia nursing home failed to provide acceptable care for her.
A woman has filed suit against her insurance company, alleging it left her with more than $70,000 in medical bills after it wrongfully did not pay for her neck surgery.
A man says he suffered numerous injuries after the driver of a 2000 Hyundai Sonata collided with him while turning out of a parking lot.
Deutsch NEW YORK – Personal injury lawyers seemingly have secured a windfall from the Chrysler bailout.
A woman has filed suit against a Belleville resident, alleging her right shoulder, right leg and low back were injured after a rear-end collision.
A Hamilton County man says a car in which he was riding struck a tree, causing him neck and back injuries.
Driscoll More than 180 people say GlaxoSmithKline was wrong in selling a diabetes drug without first warning of potential serious side effects from which they or their deceased relatives suffered.
A former railroad worker has filed suit against his previous employer, claiming he was injured after being forced to climb without proper equipment.
A woman claims her humerus was broken after she was rear-ended while stopped for a traffic control device.
An Illinois man has filed suit against four corporations and a plant manager, alleging he was severely burned after a dust collection system he was standing near exploded.
Mitchell Settlement documents released Wednesday show that the city of Fairview Heights netted about $315,000 in its four year legal battle with 13 online travel companies.
A 2005 wrongful death suit against a Staunton medical practice and its doctors will not go to trial Monday before Madison Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth. The trial date has been vacated according to court documents.