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Triathlete allegedly knocked unconscious from skiing collision at Iowa resort

EDWARDSVILLE – A Madison County triathlon athlete alleges she was injured in a skiing accident when another athlete stopped suddenly in her path and caused a collision.

Guest says Pontoon Beach McDonald's failed to warn of slippery floor

EDWARDSVILLE – A woman alleges she was injured at a Pontoon Beach McDonald's because of a slippery floor.

American Legion bartender alleges injuries from trip, fall

BELLEVILLE – A bartender at a Dupo organization alleges she was injured while walking on a concrete ramp while working.

Couple alleges driver failed to maintain careful lookout in Granite City crash

EDWARDSVILLE – A couple is seeking more than $50,000 over alleged injuries sustained in a rear-end collision in Granite City.

Bad Science at NIOSH?

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) was established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as a research agency focused on the study of worker safety and health.

Madison County circuit judge candidates raise more than $38K in fourth quarter

After a quiet fourth quarter, Madison County circuit judge candidates brought in a total of $38,350 according to campaign finance records with the Illinois State Board of Elections.

Former Madison County associate judge Donald Flack joins Armstrong Teasdale

Former Madison County Associate Judge Donald Flack stepped down from the bench Wednesday to begin working as a partner with Armstrong Teasdale’s St. Louis office.

State senate candidate promising fiscal responsibility exited bankruptcy in 2013

A Republican candidate for state senate, running on a platform of fiscal responsibility, ran up more than $175,000 in unsecured debt, according to bankruptcy documents at the Southern District of Illinois.

Passengers allege insurer failed to pay following collision

EDWARDSVILLE — Two passengers are suing Safeway Financial Holding Company for allegedly failing to pay insurance claims.

Pickup truck driver seeks more than $50,000 following Alton crash

EDWARDSVILLE – A driver claims he was injured in a collision in Alton because another driver failed to keep a lookout.

Worker alleges hand injury caused by tension level on bin lids

BELLEVILLE – A Collinsville man alleges two Sauget companies set the tension level too high on the lid of a chemical bin, causing him to sustain injuries.

Jack Schmitt Chevrolet of Wood River allegedly failed to disclose vehicle's frame damage

BELLEVILLE – A consumer claims a Wood River auto dealer failed to disclose the vehicle she purchased had frame damage.

Driver, passenger allege injuries from Shiloh collision

BELLEVILLE – A driver and his passenger allege that they were injured when another motorist struck their vehicle in Shiloh.

Passenger sues after driver struck concrete rail

BELLEVILLE – A St. Clair County woman alleges she was injured as a passenger in a vehicle that struck a concrete rail.

Louis Dreyfus Services named in wrongful death suit alleging worker died while loading barges

BELLEVILLE – A wrongful death suit has been filed against two Cahokia companies after a deckhand was killed while moving barges.

Husband and wife allege Rust International, others failed to warn of asbestos dangers

BELLEVILLE – A man alleges that manufacturers failed to warn of the dangers of asbestos in their products.

Former Pacific Bell employee alleges lung cancer was caused by asbestos exposure

BELLEVILLE – A man stationed at a Chicago naval base in the 1960s and who also worked at Pacific Bell alleges asbestos exposure caused him to develop lung cancer.

Son files negligence suit against Buffalo Pumps Inc., others over father's cancer-related death

BELLEVILLE – A man alleges his late father's lung cancer was caused by asbestos exposure during his career from 1971 to 1990.

Administrator alleges South Carolina man's lung cancer death due to asbestos exposure

BELLEVILLE – A special administrator of a late South Carolina man alleges his lung cancer was wrongfully caused by asbestos exposure.

New attorney and partner announced in Heyl Royster's Edwardsville office

EDWARDSVILLE – Heyl Royster announced a new attorney and a new partner in its Edwardsville office, according to two recent and separate announcements issued by the firm.