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Bouncy toy caused minor son's injuries, according to complaint

A mother alleges her child sustained leg injuries while playing on a bouncy toy at Monkey Joe's.

Medicine Shoppe released confidential information to employer, suit says

A man has filed suit against the medicine shop that he alleges released his confidential medical information.

Burger King in Fairview sued over slip on snow

A man alleges he was made sick, sore, lame, disordered and disabled after he fell on snow while walking through a Burger King parking lot.

USPS worker alleges injuries in collision


Man blames collision at Belleville intersection on driver's failure to keep proper lookout

A man has filed suit against the driver whom he alleges struck his vehicle.

AT&T sues Cahokia over alleged failure to pay for repairs to sinking telephone poles


O'Charley's and patron sued over alleged sexual advances

A woman has filed suit against the man whom she alleges made inappropriate sexual advances toward her while he was intoxicated.

Union Pacific sued over carman's alleged hand injury

A man alleges he suffered hand injuries when a machine he was operating on a train malfunctioned.

Karmeier sworn-in to second term; Retained with 60.77 percent

Rarick (left) and KarmeierIllinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier was sworn in to a second 10-year term on Dec. 1 by former Justice Philip Rarick during a ceremony at the Washington County Judicial Center in Nashville.In spite of a last minute, $2 million negative attack, Karmeier prevailed in the Nov. 4 general election.He was retained with 60.77 percent of the vote total, according to final

McGlynn sworn into office by Baricevic

Chief Judge Baricevic swears into office McGlynn.

Business groups oppose veto session bill that would eliminate statute of repose


Supreme Court allows late petition in trooper case; Keefe wants case litigated in Madison County


Fracking opponents appeal Crowder's order denying injunction


House passes measure reducing number of jurors in civil cases from 12 to 6; Juror pay also hiked

Hoffman - 'Yes'

Former partners' dispute over $16,500 in settlement fees still in play


Judge: Hale plaintiffs not able to connect dots on money trail from State Farm to Karmeier campaign

Plaintiffs claiming State Farm fraudulently secured the election of Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd Karmeier haven’t produced enough evidence to justify invasion of State Farm’s privacy, U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephen Williams ruled on Nov. 25.

Personal injury defendant will argue statute of repose in summary judgment hearing


Bill that gives claimants more time to file asbestos litigation passes


Pedestrian's case against Granite City reset to January


Man says he is confined to life in nursing home after being struck by vehicle