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Asbestos legal malpractice suit arising from a '90s claim settles in Madison County


ICJL responds to Rauner's State of State

To the Editor:

Rauner bold in first big speech - And he’s not making up with organized labor

Rauner delivers State of the State address.

Illinois needs lawsuit reforms

AkinThe state of the State of Illinois is bleak. The combination of high taxes, over regulation and lawsuit abuse have created an exodus of jobs and opportunities from the Land of Lincoln to other states with a more friendly business climate. Governor Bruce Rauner wants to change course and make Illinois a destination for jobs and opportunities. The Governor rightly made lawsuit a priority in his State

Clifford appeals Magistrate's order denying deposition of Karmeier; Judge Herndon must decide issue


Williams orders sides to communicate in Hale v. State Farm

EAST ST. LOUIS – U.S. Magistrate Judge Stephen Williams prescribed a crash course in communications for opponents in a fraud suit against State Farm.“We are talking past one another to some degree,” he said at a hearing on Feb. 4. Williams ordered lawyers to meet and confer by Feb. 6, for at least four hours. He said they would confer in person or by video, and not by telephone. They are to confer

Madison County Civil Docket: 2/9 - 2/13/2015


Madison County Asbestos Jury Docket: 2/9 - 2/13/2015


Madison County Asbestos Motion Docket: 2/9 - 2/13/2015

February 9, 2015

Madison County foreclosures Jan. 26-30

January 26, 2015

Madison County real estate Jan. 21-26

January 21, 2015

St. Clair County foreclosures Jan. 20-23

January 20, 2015

St. Clair County real estate Jan. 13-22

January 13, 2015

Case alleging transvaginal mesh procedure caused adverse reaction removed to federal court

Defendants in a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging a patient suffered adverse tissue reactions after a transvaginal mesh procedure have removed the case to federal court.

Med mal lawsuit alleging failed anesthesia during C-section transferred to Clinton County


Motorist accused of striking boy on bicycle denies liability

A motorist accused of striking a boy on his bicycle has denied allegations against him and instead accused the boy of negligence.Ty Lampley through his mother, Montrice Lampley, filed the lawsuit on Nov. 5 against Timothy Moore.According to the complaint, Lampley alleges he was riding his bicycle across North Belt West at its intersection with North 45th Street in Belleville on June 23, 2013, when

Woman sues driver who allegedly struck her vehicle

A woman alleges she suffered disability and disfigurement after a driver struck her vehicle.

Couple files lawsuit after son lost fingers when newspaper box allegedly collapsed


Woman alleges injuries after bus driver strikes her vehicle


Black ice slip and fall in Godfrey leads to suit

A woman has filed suit against the apartment complex where she alleges she fell on black ice.