News from August 2010
Bassett Williams Venker & Sanders LLC in St. Louis is pleased to announce that Robert J. Bassett has joined the firm as its newest partner.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims struck the vehicle in which she rode, allegedly causing her to sustain injuries to her abdomen, head and low back.
Allstate Insurance did not pay a Dorsey couple more than $100,000 owed for damages caused to their home after it caught on fire, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims rear-ended her, causing her and her minor son to incur injuries.
A driver who failed to stop at a light caused three people to sustain injuries in a car accident, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
A Swansea man is seeking more than $1 million in two suits he filed against debt collectors, alleging the collection agencies repeatedly contacted him in an attempt to collect non-existent debts or debts that had previously been settled.
A man has filed suit against the driver who he claims struck him as he was standing behind his vehicle.
A St. Clair County woman claims she suffered injuries to her head, neck, shoulder, back, pelvis, right arm and right leg during a collision.
Carr A Madison County jury has found for a Collinsville family practice doctor for the second time, after a retrial of a seven-year old medical malpractice suit.
Hylla Madison County Circuit Judge David Hylla is set to hold a pre-trial conference Thursday in a breach of contract suit brought against State Farm Fire and Casualty Company.
A trial in a case against O'Fallon School District 203 brought by the mother of a student who allegedly had a sexual relationship with her music teacher has been moved.
A man and his wife have filed suit against five companies they blame for causing the man to be paralyzed after he fell from a lift.
A woman claims she sustained neck, shoulder and low back injuries after an intoxicated driver struck her on the interstate.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder has taken official control over one of the busiest asbestos dockets in the nation -- while in the meantime handing off most of her non-asbestos cases to Circuit Judge Daniel Stack.
In a recently filed lawsuit, a woman blames her landlords for the deaths of her son and granddaughter in a fire at a residence the woman rented.
General Electric has filed suit against a trucking company and its owners after it says the company reneged on a promise to buy more than $150,000 worth of trucks and equipment.