News from July 2014
The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday is expected to decide whether a law requiring state retirees to start paying premiums for their health insurance is constitutional.
A Millstadt man claims he suffered severe and permanent injuries when he fell after a blood draw.
DureeA medical malpractice complaint has been filed against a Belleville surgeon alleging that a carpal tunnel procedure was performed when it was not required.Plaintiff Samuel Hood says that he has suffered permanent partial paralysis of his right hand, palm, thumb and first and second fingers as a result of surgery performed by Dr. Richard Hehmann on June 28, 2012.According to the complaint filed
WylderA McLean County jury recently entered a verdict in favor of an insulation distributor, seller and installer in a pipefitter’s asbestos lawsuit.On June 19, the jury found in favor defendant Sprinkmann Sons Corporation of Illinois in Circuit Judge Paul Lawrence’s court.Plaintiff Jana Frank, as special administrator of the estate of Charles Goodwin, filed the complaint in February 2008.She alleged
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A man has filed suit against the driver he claims caused a collision on the interstate when he made a U-turn.
A woman claims she suffered serious bodily injuries when a driver backed out of a driveway and struck her vehicle.
A woman has filed suit, alleging that while attending a softball tournament in Collinsville she fell on mud attempting to enter a restroom.Terry L. Meyers filed suit June 27 in the Madison County Circuit Court against the Collinsville Area Recreation District and the Collinsville Extreme Club.According to the complaint, Meyers was watching her daughter participate in a fast pitch softball tournament