News from May 2018
BELLEVILLE — A man claims a driver ignored a red light in a 2016 crash in Belleville.
BELLEVILLE — A woman has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $50,000 alleging she was injured in a car crash.
BELLEVILLE — A patient is accusing health care providers of failing to properly diagnose a fracture.
BELLEVILLE — A driver is being accused of driving the wrong way on a St. Clair County road and causing a crash in which two people died.
BENTON – “I am an unpleasant old man,” attorney Bruce N. Cook of Belleville said at a deposition on April 12 after calling the witness’s lawyer a “cheat,” and a day after he sparred with another deponent in the same case, calling him a “hot shot.”
BELLEVILLE — Medical service providers are suing Meridian Health Plan of Illinois Inc., a plan administrator, citing alleged common law fraud.
BELLEVILLE — A widow is suing Petersen Health Care II Inc. d/b/a Swansea Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, a nursing home facility operator, citing alleged insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries and death.
BELLEVILLE — A buyer is suing Qusaio O. Odeh, owner of Royal Sub Market in East St. Louis, citing alleged breach of oral agreement.
BELLEVILLE – Lawyer Bruce N. Cook is being sued over a May 19, 2016 auto accident that allegedly left a Belleville policeman sick, lame and disabled.
When people trip and fall and hurt themselves, they deserve our sympathy. If we're somehow responsible for their accident, they may deserve compensation from us as well.
The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel will celebrate Law Day on May 4 with a judges' panel discussing issues related to separation of powers and the role the judicial branch plays in enforcing and upholding the law.
St. Clair County’s first asbestos trial since becoming a preferred jurisdiction for plaintiff’s firms settled Tuesday morning just before closing arguments were set to begin.
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder granted a motion for a protective order in a fee dispute filed by a former associate attorney with Roth Law.
A woman alleging she was burned when she spilled complimentary hot coffee on her hand at Argosy Casino has voluntarily dismissed her lawsuit.
Sanctions sought over discovery violations in ship worker’s injury suit