There is no absolute right to sue. Keep this in mind as you consider the inane lawsuit exploits of Amy Modica, oft-chronicled on these pages. Just because someone has the time and temperament to flood our local courts with frivolous claims, doesn't mean it should be allowed.
Bales A former FBI agent is now the top law enforcement officer in East Texas. John Malcolm Bales was appointed U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas on May 1.
A Port Arthur woman claims she was injured and her vehicle was damaged after it was struck by a Four Star Communications vehicle that allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign.
A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against two companies and one of its employees, alleging she was injured after the employee failed to stop at a red light.
Souter WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter has announced his retirement from the Court, giving President Barack Obama the opportunity to pick his successor.
Three Jefferson County residents claim they were seriously injured after a man improperly switched lanes and struck the side of their vehicle.
A Chambers County man says both of his legs were injured while he was working as a production technician for a railroad company.
Eight people say they have failed to collect any money from their insurance company after an underinsured driver struck the vehicle in which they were riding, severely injuring them.
A Hardin County man has filed suit against Knife River Corp., alleging the company fired him after he was injured and did not show up for work.
A dump truck operator has filed suit against two companies and one of their employees, alleging his $400,000 home was placed in foreclosure after he was injured in an accident and unable to work.
A worker at a local refinery claims he ruptured two discs in his neck after hitting his head on a pipe while climbing a scaffold
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ A federal judge has declared a local school district desegregated, closing a civil rights lawsuit that has been heard since 1959.
Christopher Bertini An Alabama man is suing the company that owned a boat he was working on when it capsized.
Hartley With major American corporations sagging under the weight of billions in asbestos-related lawsuits, Congress set out in 1994 to provide a reasonable way for companies to limit their liability to asbestos victims.
Attorney Gary Paul Attorneys across the country are erecting satellite offices in California - and not just because the weather's good in the Golden State.
A Silsbee man has filed suit against Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth, alleging he developed ulcers, an infection and pneumonia after his stay at the hospital.
A Smith County man has filed suit against a trucking company and one of its drivers, alleging he was seriously injured after an 18-wheeler hit his vehicle.
Dugas Beaumont attorney Clay Dugas has filed a suit against attorneys he alleges have shut him out of collecting shared legal fees from a medical malpractice case despite a signed agreement between them.
In March, the Record reported on an automobile collision trial in which jurors awarded plaintiff Sherrie Pool $1,500 in damages.
MARSHALL Ã¯Â¿Â½ After being employed by Tyler Roofing Co. for more than 10 years as a residential manager, Jeffrey Harris states he was terminated because he had to miss work to receive cancer treatments.