Pamela Harris of Lake County said Tuesday she was thrilled to hear the U.S. Supreme Court would hear the case of Rebecca Friedrichs, a California schoolteacher who doesn’t want to pay mandatory “fair share” dues to a union
News from July 2015
A St. Clair County man is suing a motorist, alleging negligence for injuries stemming from an automobile accident in Fayetteville.
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier will speak at the 46th Annual Patriotic Ceremony on Saturday to celebrate the nation’s Independence Day as well as well as the day Illinois’ first state capital was liberated from the British by American Colonel George Rogers Clark.
A St. Clair County man filed a lawsuit against his former employer regarding a 2013 work-related injury in Cahokia that allegedly led to his wrongful termination in 2015.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Randall Kelley has concluded that State Farm Insurance owes a duty to defend Tom Lakin and his son Kristopher Lakin in a sexual abuse case involving minors.
Illinois still has no budget. The state Senate on Thursday passed a measure to provide about $2.2 billion for "essential services" for the month of July, but that bill apparently will not see action in the House until next week at the earliest.
The Alton chapter of the 100 Black Men of America calls the recent move to not retain five Madison County associate judges a “smoke screen” to cover an alleged racially motivated act.
Defense attorney Sheina R. Franco joins HeplerBroom’s Edwardsville office as an associate attorney.
Edward J. Blake Jr. of the Blake Behme Law Group has been selected as a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Attorney Michael C. Schroer joins Lewis Brisbois’ Madison County office as an associate in the firm’s general liability practice.
Attorney Kim Kirn has been elected to the National Board of Directors of the Association Attorney Mediators AAM.
A former nursing home employee claims she was wrongfully terminated after reporting incidents of abuse and neglect that possibly led to the death of at least two of its residents in 2014.
A Madison County man filed a complaint against a motorist alleging vehicular negligence in a collision that allegedly left him with serious injuries. Zachary McElroy filed a lawsuit June 18 in Madison County Circuit Court against James Doty Jr. claiming negligence in a January 2014 crash in Granite City.
A man filed a lawsuit against a construction company and its employee for allegedly hitting him while he was walking down the street.
A St. Clair County woman claims another motorist caused a collision after failing to obey a red traffic signal.
An injured passenger involved in a fatal high speed collision at 100 miles per hour has voluntarily dismissed the suit against the two drivers he alleged were responsible.
Following the April death of attorney Rex Carr, St. Clair County Circuit Judge Randall Kelley ordered that Glenn Carr would step in as administrator of the estate of Rex Carr in a legal malpractice lawsuit alleging he lost a medical malpractice case that he should have won for former client Lisa Comacho.
A plumber accused of starting a fire while attempting to solder a wall cavity in the bathroom seeks to dismiss the case.
The Village of Washington Park and one of its officers removed a case to federal court that alleges a bar patron was tasered without probable cause following a dispute at Hollywood Club.
A pharmacy and pharmacist seeks to dismiss a woman’s lawsuit alleging she suffered injuries when she was given the wrong prescription.