New Lawsuits: Friday, Oct. 8

By Steve Gonzalez | Oct 11, 2004

Jason Ingram heir at law and administrator of the estate, Darrell Ingram heir at law v. Twin Lake Trucking, Richard Duncan Jr.
J-Matoesian; PA-Kevin J Babb

  • On June 29 at 5:53 Shirley Cafferty of Wichita, Kan. was driving her 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier when Richard Duncan of Granite City allegedly ran into the rear of her car westbound on Highway 50 in Marion County, Kansas, causing her death from injuries substained in the crash.
    04 L 1118

    Velma Burks, Larry Burks v. CRBL Group dba Cracker Barrel, Tyson Foods
    J-Kardis; PA-Doug Mendenhall
  • On Oct. 7, 2001, Velma Burks of Alton, allegedly bit a chicken breast hitting the bone at the Cracker Barrel in Springfield. She claims she hurt her mouth and teeth. She claims the breast was unfit for human consumption.
    04 L 1119

    Nicholas Wiesman v. William D Hunter
    J-Byron; PA-Thomas O. Falb
  • Wiesman claims she was involved in a traffic accident with Hunter at Route 140 and Fosterburg Road in Alton on Oct. 14, 2003.
    04 L 1122

    Carla Bailey v. Marsha Griggs, Kevin Nelson
    J-Moran; PA-Robert William Rongey
  • Bailey claims she was a passenger in Griggs automobile on March 9, 2003, when she was involved in an accident with Nelson at Tucker and Olive in St. Louis.
    04 L 1123

    Gerald H Hill v. Teco Barge Line
    J-Matoesian; PA-Gereld B Schneller
  • Jones Act; Hill claims he fell 25 feet into a hopper on the M/V Martha Mace, a barge that was in St. Louis harbor in St. Clair County, on March 29, 2003.
    04 L 1124

    Jill Tutt v. Stefanie Hudson
    J-Kardis; PA-Charles S Schierer
  • Tutt, of Normandy, Mo., alleges she was a passenger in a car when Hudson from Creve Coeur, Mo., struck the car she was riding in at mile marker 4 on I-270 in Chouteau, Mo.
    04 L 1125

    Maxine Bauer v. Kettle River Racquet Club
    J-Byron; PA-Jeffery C. Weishaupt
  • Bauer claims that while playing tennis at the Kettle River Racquet Club on Oct. 9, 2002, she violently fell to the ground after her foot became entangled in the black strip that holds the net tightly. She alleges that the strip was torn away. The Kettle River Racquet Club was formerly located on Highway 159 in Glen Carbon.
    04 L 1127

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