Last week, attorney Margaret Lowery filed a petition in St. Clair County Circuit Court seeking to have Chief Judge Andrew Gleeson substituted for cause in her case against Trent’s Quality Construction. She accuses Gleeson of having demonstrated bias against her following an incident that occurred two years ago.
News from August 2018
Greensfelder issued the following announcement on July 27.In an age when companies are more progressive than ever and employers are focused on keeping employees happy and healthy, employee benefits such as vacation days and paid leave are on the rise.
Jennifer Maloney has been elected to serve as First Vice President of the St. Clair County Bar Association for 2018-2019.
HeplerBroom recently hosted a one-day employment law seminar at the Edwardsville office.
There is never a good time to be involved in a car accident and even if no one is injured there is still pain and anguish- the frustration of dealing with insurance claims. If someone is injured in an auto accident then you have to face the battle to get compensation for your injuries and build a case to bring against the responsible party.
U.S. REPRESENTATIVE RODNEY L. DAVIS (IL-13): Davis Highlights Workforce Training, President Signs Career and Technical Education Overhaul Into Law
S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) this week continued his focus on increasing workforce training and helping people fill the jobs being created by our growing economy.
BELLEVILLE — A special administrator is suing manufacturers of asbestos-containing products, citing alleged failure to warn and negligence.
Ocean Spray Cranberries' cranberry juice continas sugar and preservatives despite a label advertising otherwise, a St. Clair County woman claims in a class action lawsuit.
A city garbage truck hit a St. Clair County resident's vehicle, a lawsuit claims.
BELLEVILLE — A passenger on a motorcycle blames her driver and another motorist for causing a crash on West Main Street.
A truck driver being charged with reckless homicide after causing a multi-vehicle fatal crash on I-55 in November 2017 seeks to stay the civil cases, arguing that continuing litigation pending the criminal proceedings would risk self-incrimination.
The Illinois Supreme Court has reduced the reach of the legal shield long enjoyed under Illinois state law by cities and other public bodies when faced with personal injury lawsuits, as the high court indicated the rationale advanced by lower court judges in rejecting a woman’s lawsuit over the injuries she sustained tripping on a Danville sidewalk was overbroad.
On the weekend of July 13-15, my wife Margaret and I traveled South to visit with old friends from Nashville. For most of the past 20-plus years, we have met in Memphis, as a sort of rounding spot for our activities. This year for a change we headed east to Louisville, Kentucky, for bourbon, good food and history.
A Lovejoy nightclub faces a lawsuit after an allegedly drunk patron caused a motor vehicle crash.
EDWARDSVILLE — A mother claims her son was injured when he was picked up and dropped by another minor at Collinsville Middle School.
EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist is suing two drivers for allegedly causing a multi-car collision on I-55 in December.
SPRINGFIELD – Three public employee unions facing a new restriction on their political action gave State Rep. Jay Hoffman of Belleville $202,900 in the last two and a half years under the old rules.