The cease and desist letter is one of those frequently-used weapons in the lawyer's arsenal Ã¯Â¿Â½ perhaps too frequently used.
Nashib Investments landed a $29,550 jury award on Monday for damages to its property on Major Drive following Hurricane Ike. However, the company also witnessed jurors award $165,000 to its attorney.
New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County, June 24-30, 2010.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ Jurors in San Saba County took cattle theft too seriously when they awarded $1.25 million in exemplary damages against a rancher for taking 13 head that strayed across a dry river bed, the Supreme Court of Texas ruled on June 25.
A Louisiana man claims a forklift operator crushed his left side after dropping a 2,000-pound metal toolbox on him.
A Texas woman has filed an application for injunctive relief, asking the court to prevent trucking companies from destroying any evidence that may be used to determine the cause of an accident that took her husband's life.
Floyd's Cajun Seafood in Beaumont A group of seafood restaurant owners claim they face economic difficulties after facing deprived access to their usual supplies of fresh seafood due to the sinking of a BP oil rig.
A total of five new lawsuits against insurance companies over Hurricane Ike damage claims have been filed in Jefferson County District Court, June 21-25, 2010.
SHERMAN-A Marine recruit is suing his recruiters and the U.S. Marine Corps after he suffered a massive heat stroke during what he claims was vigorous physical activity in extreme heat conditions.
In 2001, the Provost Umphrey law firm hired two men, Rob Roberts and David Rossi, to manage thousands of Central American banana pickers who allegedly became sterile after repeated exposure to pesticides.
More than two months have passed since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, tragically killing 11 workers and causing a leak that is gushing up to 60,000 barrels of oil into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico each day.
Barbara Ann Radnofsky would like to reprise the Great Texas Tobacco Settlement of 1998, which garnered $3.3 billion in attorneys fees for Beaumont's Walter Umphrey and Wayne Reaud, Houston's John O'Quinn and John Eddie Williams Jr., and Dangerfield's Harold Nix.
Recent real estate foreclosures filed in Orange County court
Claiming race and age discrimination, Cheryl King has filed suit against Crawdad's Convenience Stores.
In a suit filed against Woodrow Rentals, Karen Barks is claiming a rental property employee used a backup key to break into her home and sexually assault her.
Although he protested, John Carpenter claims his employer told him to climb up a "worn ladder" or lose his job. When he reached about 30 feet, the ladder collapsed.
Orange resident Angela Moses is suing Raymont and Jessica Nugent, also Orange residents, claiming the couples' dog bit her minor son.
Transit Mix Concrete & Material Company has filed suit against the Vidor Independent School District, alleging one of VISD's subcontractors refused to pay its bill.
A collision on Interstate 10 has led a Houston resident to file suit against a Florida resident.
Lisa Berry is suing Kenneth Toups for allegedly rear-ending a vehicle she was riding in last March.