News from November 2011
The owner of a Hamel property alleges his tenant dishonored his lease agreement, leaving the owner stuck with more than $40,000 in costs.
Darr An O'Fallon man blames a fatigued truck driver for causing a collision that resulted in the man sustaining temporary and permanent injuries.
Two people claim they experienced emotional distress after a driver rear-ended their vehicle.
A St. Clair County man has filed suit against his insurance company, alleging it has refused to help him secure additional money for damages he sustained in a collision.
The city of Belleville claims a lumber company breached its agreement to remain at a site in the city for 15 years.
Two Illinois residents claim their insurance company refuses to pay them for damages they sustained after their home caught on fire.
Two Alton bars are accused of over serving alcohol to a woman who allegedly got behind the wheel after drinking and crashed into a motorcyclist.
A Madison County woman says she was hurt when she was allegedly rear-ended while driving in Troy.
Hodges A Madison County jury on Tuesday awarded $7,000 to a woman injured in an auto accident in Glen Carbon more than seven years ago.
Jurors listen to second day of testimony in Alton library director's case against Madison County Sheriff's Department
A witness for plaintiff Jeffrey Owen testified in a Madison County trial on Tuesday that her 15-year-old daughter and the girl's father did not have a good relationship.
Former Fourth Judicial Circuit Judge Kathleen P. Moran, 61, died at her home in Trenton on Oct. 31.
A woman has filed suit against the truck driver who she claims rear-ended her vehicle.
The National Collegiate Student Loan trust claims a St. Clair County woman owes it more than $70,000 for student loans she failed to repay.
A man claims he sustained face, neck and back injuries after a driver failed to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign.
A woman claims a man dumped gasoline-contaminated soil on her property without her permission, causing her groundwater to become polluted.
In a recently filed lawsuit, five Centreville police officers are accused of handcuffing, then beating a compliant man who says he did no wrong.
Hubbard A Carrollton woman says she was hurt when the car she was riding in crashed into another car that was allegedly left parked on a bridge.
Chapman The Fifth District Appellate Court on Monday tossed out a summary judgment ruling made by Madison County Circuit Judge Ann Callis in favor of a Staunton organization that was sued for the way it set up a recreational softball field.
Gilbert Jurors found Madison County Deputy Timothy Mudd not negligent in a civil lawsuit that accused him of injuring Godfrey resident Jeffrey Owen during an arrest in October 2008.