Mark Sparks A senior citizen, who had a history of refusing to stay put, fell out of bed and died of low blood pressure three days after the episode.
An Uvalde County family, acting as wrongful death beneficiaries for Leonardo Hernandez Flores, is suing the companies they claim are responsible for letting a fire get out of hand and consume the life of their benefactor.
A routine pick up for a truck driver left him permanently brain damaged when the forklift driver "bumped" into a side rail of the truck.
A seaman serving aboard a tugboat informed his captain he was having a heart attack, but Anthony King was told "to go back to work." He is suing Frazier Inland Marine, Inc. for failing to provide him with necessary medical care.
Glen Morgan is alleging the construction company he hired to construct portions of his Beaumont residence breached its contract by performing poor workmanship on his home's roof.
"An elderly gentleman" says the "new" car Mike Smith Autoplex, Inc. sold him was damaged by floodwater. He claims the dealer knew the bottom of the car had been rusted out but fraudulently and deceptively sold the vehicle as if it were in flawless condition.
In stark contrast of the recent trend of Beaumont residents suing their home insurance provider for unpaid claims submitted after Hurricane Rita, Trinity Lloyds Insurance Co. is preemptively pursuing legal recourse against Lyndell Shults.
A misdiagnosis and treatment of a minor at St. Elizabeth Christus Hospital has led the patient's parents to file a medical-malpractice lawsuit against the hospital and its subsidiaries.
The medical-malpractice trial, which began in Judge Gary Sanderson's 60th District Court May 3, is nearing its climax. The family of the belated Richard Bernard Salter allege the lack of action and incompetence of numerous Memorial Hermann Baptist Orange Hospital medical personnel ultimately led to his death.
Nearly two years after the renovation of the Sabine Pass Athletic Complex, ICI Construction claims that it still hasn't received full payment of the $1.8 million the school district owes for the gym's restoration.
Patricia Harris has extracted the term "water hazard" from the realm of golf and applied it to dollar store welcome mats.
A fender-bender involving a Beaumont Independent School District bus has one boy's mother up in arms and ready to take on the school district.
Bryan Blevins There is no such thing as double jeopardy when it comes down to tort law. While he was alive, Carl Larkin sued a petrochemical plant and received a claim for his "non-malignant asbestos-related disease." Now deceased, his wife is suing on Larkin's behalf for a "different malignant asbestos-related disease."
Steve Young James Smart, a Silsbee resident, has filed a lawsuit with the Jefferson County District Court against the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co., a Delaware based Company.
A Beaumont resident injured while working at a chemical facility in Anacortes, WA has hired the Provost Umphrey Law Firm to extract compensation for his medical expenses.
A man donning phony scrubs, posing as a physician, slipped into a hospital room and sexually assaulted a female minor.
Terry Thomas is suing the Rental Service Corp. for improperly placing a welding machine on a trailer.
Pinned between a scaffold and the flare line he was told to demolish, a Port Neches man had no choice but to swallow his circumstance and the hazardous chemicals that sprayed from the ruptured line.
Clay Dugas A man who fell of a scaffold and injured his back is suing the company that invited him to its premise and the company who built the scaffold.
A tumble down a staircase has led Horace and Ernestine Moore to sue Southeast Texas Homecare, Inc.