SHERMAN -- An East Texas Federal Judge dismissed a man's allegations that the post office was negligent in shipping birds through Express Mail.
A Jefferson County man has filed suit against the scaffolding company he says negligently failed to remove its materials from a gas station's premises, allegedly causing him injury.
First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts, North Texas Central College, Gainesville SHERMAN -- A Texas junior college is suing an architect, mechanical engineers, structural engineers and roofing contractors for the poor design of its $ 5 million performing arts center, which was completed in March 2005.
An Orange County man claims he was left physically impaired when he fell at a Beaumont theater because of the dampness of the recently cleaned carpets.
A Jefferson County man and his wife have filed suit against Farmers Texas County Mutual Insurance Co. and Robert M. Stiles, alleging the insurer has refused to cover injuries sustained in an auto collision with Stiles.
The wife and daughter of a deceased man blame doctors at Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth and Southeast Texas Medical Associates for his death.
Arnold A week before his trial was to start, a Mississippi seaman said he intends to settle his personal injury lawsuit against Rowan Companies.
BATON ROUGE, La. (Legal Newsline)-The National Football League on Monday acknowledged that it does not have exclusive copyright ownership of a popular New Orleans Saints football rallying cry, Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell told Legal Newsline.
Abbott (R) AUSTIN (Legal Newsline) - The Texas attorney general is suing a finance company over allegedly defrauding credit-challenged consumers who sought to purchase computers and related equipment.
Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital For the second time in two months a local hospital has been dismissed from a medical-malpractice suit by appellate justices, and this time it also came away with attorneys' fees.
A Texas attorney is moving at full speed with a proposed class action against Toyota over accidents allegedly caused by stuck gas pedals, even as the automaker announced it has a remedy to put the brakes on the problem.
The Eagle Otome and a barge collided Jan. 23 near the Port of Port Arthur. Photo provided by U.S. Coast Guard. Three men working on the barge that was struck by the crude oil tanker Eagle Otome in the Port Arthur ship channel last month claim they were injured in the collision and are suing the tanker's owners for $15 million.
TEXARKANA, Ark. --With pretrial proceedings complete in the multidistrict Stand 'n Seal Products Liability litigation, consolidated cases are being remanded to their original courts, including cases pending out of Texarkana and Beaumont.
A Beaumont woman says she incurred medical costs after a driver collided with her vehicle.
A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital, Women's Center of Beaumont and a doctor, alleging her infant daughter suffered paralysis of one of her arms because of the doctor's negligence during her birth.
A Port Arthur woman claims she sustained physical pain and suffering after a driver struck her.
NEW ORLEANS -- In response to a nationwide recall of approximately 5.3 million Toyota vehicles for defective accelerator pedals, plaintiff's attorneys have filed three lawsuits in New Orleans asking Toyota to return profits it made from the sale of the vehicles.
SHERMAN -- Starbucks shift-manager Benjamin Amos claims the district managers did not like his tattoos and terminated him when he refused to resign.
A Beaumont corporation has applied for a writ of garnishment against Southwest Shipyard after it says it obtained a judgment worth more than $40,000 against another corporation.
An Orange County man claims he incurred medical costs after a driver ran a red light and crashed into him.