A former railroad worker claims he sustained severe neck, back, shoulder and knee injuries after he was exposed to repetitive trauma throughout his career.
News from April 2012
Glisson A man has filed suit against an Alton bar, alleging he slipped on a liquid in the establishment's parking lot.
An Edwardsville bank has filed suit against the man who it claims failed to repay it more than $50,000.
Karmeier The Illinois Supreme Court announced that Clinton County will take part in a pilot project to file trial records on appeal electronically.
Pepsico says plaintiff's motion for default judgment is 'inappropriate, inequitable and prejudicial'
Unsell Plaintiff's attorney says she wants to move forward.
Nester Plaintiff Ronald Ball is asking to withdraw a motion for default judgment against defendant Pepsico, Inc. and Pepsi Cola General Bottlers in a Madison County personal injury suit.
Kamadulski O'Leary A letter carrier who is suing a Granite City couple over dog bite injuries is denying the defendants' affirmative defenses.
Glisson A woman claims she sustained severe back and head injuries after she fell from a chair in McDonald's.
Blake A Belleville woman has filed suit against the co-owner of her former medical clinic, alleging he wrongly closed the clinic without her approval.
A manufacturers' conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11 at America's Central Port Warehouse in Granite City.
Akin Last December, Madison County once again was put back on the list of the nation's worst "Judicial Hellholes." The growing number of asbestos cases being filed in Madison County was one of the main reasons Madison County was put on the list after a four-year absence.
Jurors in civil cases will be allowed to submit questions for witnesses, according to a new rule announced Tuesday by the Illinois Supreme Court.
Illinois Supreme Court press secretary Joseph Tybor led an hour-long workshop Tuesday for reporters wanting to become familiar with Madison County's pilot program for cameras in criminal court proceedings.
Sivia Both parties in a case filed against Prairie Farms Dairy on Thursday told Madison County Circuit Judge David Hylla about a dispute over the plaintiff's desire to disclose additional experts.
Beasley The administrator of a deceased man's estate has filed suit against the nightclub where the man was allegedly shot and killed.
Unsell A Springfield woman has filed suit against the doctor who she claims performed a mastectomy after mistakenly diagnosing a benign tumor on her breast as malignant.
Cates A man died after a maintenance cart toppled on him, causing him to asphyxiate, according to recently filed court documents.
A woman is suing Eckert's after allegedly tripping on a cobblestone path leading into the parking lot.
Nowogrocki A Fairview Heights company offering same-day STD tests is accused of failing to pay for more than $26,000 worth of laboratory services.