Defendants sued in a family’s suit alleging their three-year old son lost two fingers when a newspaper stand fell on him argue that the boy’s parents failed to supervise him and allowed him to climb on the stand.
In his ongoing efforts to reform state government in Wisconsin and get costs under control, Gov. Scott Walker has proposed eliminating an independent review board that handles workers' compensation cases.
BELLEVILLE — A former U.S. Army soldier, logging laborer and roofer is suing 3M Company, A.W. Chesterton Company, Grinnell LLC, et al, asbestos containing products manufacturers, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries.
EAST ST. LOUIS – The United States Bankruptcy
Court for the Southern District of Illinois published a notice on Feb. 7 announcing
greater clarity for the nation’s creditors as it pertains to Chapter 13
insolvencies. The newly added Rule 3015.1 requires, as of December 2017, the
use of a national form for Chapter 13 plans unless a district already has a
process that meets the requirements in the new rule.
CHICAGO – The largest public employee union in Illinois is exaggerating its support and pitting members against taxpayers in its announced willingness to strike, a conservative think tank attorney said during a recent interview.