A motorist’s lawsuit alleging she was injured in a rear-end collision on Illinois Route 3 is at trial in Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge’s courtroom.
BELLEVILLE — A truck driver suing a chemical company, alleging she tripped and fell when she stepped into a pothole.
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Stephen McGlynn granted a woman’s motion to vacate a judgment he awarded to First National Bank of Waterloo for taxable court costs in a suit alleging the bank dispensed copper sulfate into lake waters.
A St. Clair County jury found both drivers involved in a collision in the O’Fallon Wal-Mart parking lot are liable for damages.
BELLEVILLE — A St. Clair County woman is suing a team of law enforcement officials, alleging she was not given proper care after being beaten by her husband.
A woman’s trip and fall lawsuit against McDonalds settled just before the trial was set to begin in St. Clair County Circuit Judge Heinz Rudolf’s courtroom.
Tillery attorney advocates for adding personal injury claims to Consumer Fraud Act; Measure passes Senate Judiciary
SPRINGFIELD – Stephen Tillery of St. Louis, whose plan to turn cigarettes from a health issue into an economic issue fell through, may be starting over by adding personal injuries to the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act.
BENTON — A prison inmate is suing the health operators of a prison, alleging he was not given prompt care after sustaining an injury.
BELLEVILLE — A St. Clair County man is suing a motorist who allegedly struck the tow truck the plaintiff was standing on and causing him to fall.
On his way out, Just for Men co-lead counsel says litigation is only way to resolve thousands of claims
BENTON – Attorney Roger Denton of St. Louis, who helped manage 8,655 claims over Just for Men hair dye, revealed a settlement – disowned it – and asked to leave.
EDWARDSVILLE — An ironworker is suing a construction company, alleging unsafe conditions led to injuries to the plaintiff.
EDWARDSVILLE -- Two employees of an East St. Louis pre-school program are accused of stripping a child naked and locking him in either a closet or a room.
EDWARDSVILLE —A woman is suing a property owner alleging that she was caused to fall while assisting with manual labor.
A woman’s lawsuit alleging she tripped and fell on loose tile at McDonalds is at trial in St. Clair County Circuit Judge Heinz Rudolf’s courtroom.
A lawsuit involving a dog attack settled during a retrial after the case’s previous jury award was vacated by the Fifth District Appellate Court over speculative testimony.