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.
News from February 2018
EDWARDSVILLE – A woman alleges she was injured at a Pontoon Beach McDonald's because of a slippery floor.
BELLEVILLE – A bartender at a Dupo organization alleges she was injured while walking on a concrete ramp while working.
EDWARDSVILLE – A couple is seeking more than $50,000 over alleged injuries sustained in a rear-end collision in Granite City.
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 stepped down from the bench Wednesday to begin working as a partner with Armstrong Teasdale’s St. Louis office.
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.
EDWARDSVILLE — Two passengers are suing Safeway Financial Holding Company for allegedly failing to pay insurance claims.
EDWARDSVILLE – A driver claims he was injured in a collision in Alton because another driver failed to keep a lookout.
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.
BELLEVILLE – A consumer claims a Wood River auto dealer failed to disclose the vehicle she purchased had frame damage.
BELLEVILLE – A driver and his passenger allege that they were injured when another motorist struck their vehicle in Shiloh.
BELLEVILLE – A St. Clair County woman alleges she was injured as a passenger in a vehicle that struck a concrete rail.
BELLEVILLE – A wrongful death suit has been filed against two Cahokia companies after a deckhand was killed while moving barges.
BELLEVILLE – A man alleges that manufacturers failed to warn of the dangers of asbestos in their products.
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.
BELLEVILLE – A man alleges his late father's lung cancer was caused by asbestos exposure during his career from 1971 to 1990.
BELLEVILLE – A special administrator of a late South Carolina man alleges his lung cancer was wrongfully caused by asbestos exposure.
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.