News from March 2011
A Highland man is suing the Edwardsville YMCA claiming he was hurt at the roller skating rink.
The owners of a Madison County oil refinery are being accused of providing an unsafe work environment by a construction worker who was allegedly hurt on the job.
A Madison County husband and wife accuse another couple of defaulting on an agreement to buy a piece of real estate.
A woman blames Illinois American Water for allowing one of its meter lids to stick above the ground, allegedly causing her to trip.
Kilbride The Illinois Supreme Court has announced the implementation of a mandatory judicial evaluation program for all circuit and associate judges in the state as the final part of a series of initiatives to improve public confidence in Illinois courts.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims struck her after the driver failed to stop at a red light.
A Cottage Hills man blames a driver for causing injuries to the man's head, neck, shoulder and back.
A Carbondale man has filed suit against the driver who he claims rear ended the vehicle in which he was riding.
Mandel A man claims he sustained a tear to the cartilage in his knee after he fell while attempting to repair a soda fountain machine at Jack in the Box.
A railroad company responsible for maintaining the tracks near Granite City is accused of causing a woman to be hurt while riding the train.
An area construction supply company says it is owed more than $176,000 from a landscaping company.
A St. Clair County rock company is suing an Illinois trucking company for allegedly failing to pay for more than $68,000 in services.
A Belleville construction business wants to be paid for merchandise it says it provided to a masonry contractor.
The family of a deceased woman has filed suit against the doctor and the clinic where the woman was being treated for a sprained left ankle, saying they are to blame for her death, which occurred nearly seven years ago.
The son of a St. Clair County man is suing the woman who allegedly caused the crash that killed his father.
The owners of two Edwardsville properties have filed suit against the city, alleging they sustained more than $50,000 worth of damages to their properties when a water line leak occured.
Gnavi A Granite City woman claims she sustained a fracture after a piece of her handrail disconnected, causing her to tumble down the stairs.
Perica A Madison County woman sustained head, chest, arm, spleen, kidney and rib injuries when a bus driver failed to obey a traffic light and struck her vehicle.