Crowder At least 154 new asbestos lawsuits have been filed in Madison County in the first quarter of 2011.
News from April 2011
Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon Against a lobby lined with silhouettes representing abused children in Madison County, Lt. Governor Sheila Simon, Madison County Chairman Alan Dunstan, Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder, and other local officials announced their commitment to preventing child abuse as they kicked off Child Abuse Prevention Month Friday.
Rolling Stone Mick Jagger can't get no satisfaction and Andrea Barber won't accept it when it's offered to her.
To ensure a more robust recovery, create jobs, and set the stage for long-term growth, we must make our flawed regulatory system smarter, less intrusive, and more accountable.
Collignon-Gunn Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth has denied a plaintiff who lost a Federal Employers Liability Act suit against CSX Transportation a new trial.
Case management set in May, decision still pending on summary judgment moves in Liberty Mutual PPO class action
Schmieder II A May case management conference is set in a class action over Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) discounts.
Hylla A dispute over a Granite City pool business will need a new judge.
Callis approves teachers' union settlement with mother of teen who had relationship with music teacher
One more defendant is out of a suit brought by the mother of a girl who allegedly had a sexual relationship with her music teacher.
Darr The parties in a suit over an accident in the parking lot of a Collinsville apartment building have settled their suit.
Mudge The plaintiff in a complicated accident suit stemming from a pizza delivery in Bethalto has amended his claims.
Madison County Circuit Judge Andreas Matoesian is set to hear a plaintiff's plea for damages against the only remaining defendant in a 2006 negligence suit filed against The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, its Southern Illinois district, Metro-East Lutheran High School, and a former staff member.
A man has filed suit against the allegedly drunken driver who crashed into the vehicle in which he was riding.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims struck her, allegedly causing her to sustain severe and permanent injuries.
An insurance broker from Missouri is suing a St. Clair County insurance company for allegedly failing to pay him commission.
Dripps The daughter of a recently deceased woman blames numerous doctors at Touchette Regional Hospital for causing her mother's death, but is asking the court to allow her lawyer extra time to compile a medical report.
Strellis A St. Clair County doctor is accused of malpractice after his patient was allegedly hurt during back surgery.