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Monthly Archives: October 2007
While installing an HVAC system on board a ship, Robert Snider brushed against a wire and says electricity began coursing through his body. Snider claims the live wire was unmarked and is seeking more than $100,000 for his injuries from Orange Shipbuilding Company Inc. and Rio Marine Inc.
For more than a decade, Dillard’s department stores have made national headlines after the apparel distributor was accused of racially discriminating against African American customers. Shortly after the news spread, lawsuits started popping up across the country.
Mediation based on party self-determination is becoming threatened by current practices and the “colonization” of the dispute resolution arena by attorneys, the president of a Southeast Texas law school said recently to a legal group in Beaumont.
TEXARKANA Ã¯Â¿Â½ When Cooper Tire’s union workers went on strike in March 2005, Zane Franks was moved from his laboratory technician position to the mixing department. Claiming he had no experience and received no training, Franks became entangled in a machine and injured his right arm.
Aimee Varner lost her life this summer when she drowned at Smith Lake Swimming Park in Orange County. Seeking financial compensation for her death, Chad Landry, Varner’s benefactor, is suing the swimming park and its owners/employees, claiming Smith Lake lifeguards … Read MoreNews, Orange County, Wrongful Death