Nathaniel Stephens is suing Ashleigh Petry for $50,000 over an auto collision he claims occurred when Petry "failed to control her speed."
Rosalinda Pineda "sustained debilitating injuries" when the vehicle she was riding in was struck by Kelvin Lynn Edwards, a Bruckner Leasing Co. employee. Pineda is suing Edwards and the company for more than $50,000.
Apostolic Church of Beaumont When consoling a grieving member of his congregation, a reverend might say, "The Lord gives and takes away." However, at least one pastor of the Apostolic Church in Beaumont seems to believe in a different proverb, "When the Lord takes, sue your insurance provider for denying a portion of your Hurricane Rita claim."
David Wenholz An Orange County resident submitted an insurance claim for damage sustained from Hurricane Rita, but the insurer says the damage was caused by termites, not the Category 3 storm.
Two years ago, Antoinette Lewis' baby was born prematurely. She claims her pregnancy complication was a result of a "misfilled" prescription received at a CVS Pharmacy and is suing the company for more than $50,000.
Mention Case No. B150-374 to any Jefferson County District clerk and they're likely to cringe. Encumbered with thousands of plaintiffs, the asbestos lawsuit is so massive that it fills more than a hundred boxes and hogs about half of the courthouse's district record vault.
Lewis Martin, a former trucker for Golden Triangle Delivery Inc. (also known as KDSI), left the company to start his own business, Jeanie's Delivery Service. To stop Martin from stealing clients, KDSI filed a request for a temporary restraining order with the Jefferson County District Court on June 22.
Alleged "shoddy workmanship" performed by Fast-Trak Construction has lead Micah Harrison to sue the contractor. Harrison hired the company to repair his Hurricane Rita ravaged property.
While James McGallion, a contracted employee, was working on a Motiva refinery reactor, a blind "swung free" and whacked him in the back. He is suing Motiva Enterprises for failing to maintain a safe work environment.
Jeep Commander Charles and Marcia Guillory bought a 2006 Jeep Commander from Greenville Automotive Partners. They claim the vehicle has an "uncontrollable leak" and are suing the dealer and vehicle's maker for the price of the jeep, plus $50,000 in attorney fees.
Brandon Socia, a plumber, received an electrical shock while working under a house and claims his co-workers were negligent when they failed to turn off the power. Socia is suing his employer Charles Marcum, owner of Impact Plumbing Co., for more than $75,000.
R&R Marine Maintenance claims it paid Falcon Offshore Services a tidy sum of money to purchase some materials and build the company a heliport structure.
While picking up a meal at a restaurant, Lauren Abigail Hoffpauir's arm went through a glass window, severing a tendon.
A locomotive engineer for BNSF Railway Co. for most of career, Gary Bryant now suffers from severe back problems. He is suing the railway for "failing to provide ergonomic seats."
James Zagone, a construction worker, was in the back of a truck loading steel materials when a crane operator dropped a load of steel on his legs. He is suing his employer at the time of the incident, James Stuart Construction Co.
The two Texas-based shipping companies, the James J. Flanagan Shipping Corp. and the Mediterranean Shipping Co., that have been disputing a $6 million contract for three months now will now take their battle to the federal courts.
While serving as a seaman aboard the vessel Canyon Horizon, Roderick Gray tripped and feel down some stairs.
Bryan Blevins Attorney Bryan Blevins of Provost Umphrey has filed a suit on behalf of refinery worker Mark McCall against A.O. Smith and 61 other corporations for distributing asbestos containing products.The plaintiff smoked cigarettes for 36 years and has lung cancer.
A Type 2 diabetic, Lany Stanford died of a heart attack on May 21, 2007, the very same day that an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine claimed his prescribed medication Avandia increased one's chances of a heart attack.
Justices on the Ninth Court of Appeals will entertain oral arguments