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Low back injuries claimed in suit against Illinois Central


Fun Spot Skating blamed for girl's parking lot attack

The mother of a minor girl claims her daughter was raped in a dark parking lot of a Belleville roller skating rink.

Driver accused of making left into oncoming traffic

A Clinton County woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims attempted to turn in front of oncoming traffic.

Motorcyclist counter-sues driver in East St. Louis accident


EDEC sues Bowman Engineering over cost of settling suit


Fosamax maker sued again in St. Clair County by out of state resident


Former Casey's manager claims she was fired for asking for overtime pay

A former manager of a Madison County convenience store says she was fired for asking to be paid for overtime work.

Relative of passenger sues over fatal ESL accident

The relative of a deceased woman is suing the man that allegedly caused the crash that killed her in East St. Louis.

Woman claims Alton driver ran stop sign, caused accident

A woman says she was hurt when another driver allegedly ran a stop sign in Alton and crashed into her.

Canadian passenger sues over injuries sustained in Centralia accident


Unlicensed driver crossed center line, suit claims


Herndon stays motion for class certification in suit over delayed tax returns


Class action filed against Schnucks over security breach


Obstetrician and midwife accused of failing to timely deliver infant


Illinois Central worker claims chemical exposure caused kidney cancer


GRP Mechanical sues two insurers over work comp denials


Troy McDonald's sued over girl's alleged 'playland' injuries

The father of a Madison County girl says his daughter was hurt while playing at a McDonald's in Troy.

Motion to dismiss hearing set in case against Macy's, St. Clair Square


Initial hearing in tainted salad case against Schnucks set before LeChien

An initial mandatory status conference is scheduled in a food poisoning case against Schnucks Supermarkets on June 11 before St. Clair County Circuit Judge Robert LeChien.

ARDC sees slight increase in investigations in 2012; Total of 105 attorneys disciplined last year

The Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) saw a nearly 4-percent increase in the number of investigations it took in last year, according to the agency’s annual report.