North The Riverbend Memorial is sponsoring a service to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9-11 attack at the World Trade Center.
News from September 2011
A woman has filed suit against the allegedly intoxicated driver who she claims struck her vehicle after failing to obey a red traffic light signal.
A Madison County man claims he sustained injuries after a dump truck driver collided into the rear of his vehicle.
A woman claims she sustained multiple injuries after a driver allegedly left the road and slammed into a pole in the middle of a parking lot.
Area residents are encouraged to participate in a month-long food drive being sponsored by the Madison County Bar Association aimed at eliminating the shortage at local food pantries.
Dripps A Collinsville attorney facing a legal malpractice suit is asking Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth to compel the plaintiff to answer interrogatories and requests for production.
Beasley Another case management conference is set next year in a Madison County legal malpractice case brought by Sara Buske against the Springfield law firm of Feldman, Wasser, Draper & Cox.
Burke MOUNT VERNON – Five years after Richard Burke left the Lakin Law Firm, he lost a battle he started with former employer Brad Lakin.
Akin July was a brutal month for the state of Illinois as the unemployment rate jumped from 9.1 percent in June to a whopping 9.5 percent in July.
More plaintiffs have added complaints to the growing list of lawsuits in St. Clair County against Johnson and Johnson, Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and Johnson and Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development over an antibiotic that they say caused them severe tendon problems.
Donovan MOUNT VERNON – Madison County Associate Judge Keith Jensen improperly allowed Deutsche Bank to mount a late defense against a foreclosure, Fifth District appellate judges ruled on Aug. 30.
The Third Judicial Circuit Family Violence Prevention Council is coordinating the 8th annual Walk Against Violence in Alton on Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at 11 a.m.
A Nevada corporation has failed to pay more than $100,000 worth of debt, according to recently filed court documents.
A Granite City woman claims she broke her leg in a concealed hole outside a church.
Carpenter Attorney Brian Wendler of Edwardsville seeks to enforce settlement of a case he hasn't settled.
A bank claims a couple intentionally disconnected a sump pump and left open basement windows after their Edwardsville home was foreclosed on.
The owner of a Clinton County construction company alleges he lost more than $200,000 after he claims his insurer failed to procure proper coverage for him.
An additional four groups of people from across the country have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers of the birth control pill Yasmin and Yaz in St. Clair County Circuit Court.
Mudge Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge reduced the LakinChapman firm's fee in a class action settlement from $200,000 to $166,666.