Carl's Jr. hamburger outlets have been popping up all over Texas for several years now and the parent company, CKE Restaurants, is considering moving here, too.
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Major League Grill A local judge ordered a Beaumont restaurant and its landlord into mediation on Monday, setting a May 31 trial date if the two parties refuse to resolve their legal dispute.
CRC Industries was recently ordered to fund and pay a settlement reached with plaintiff Kelly Dial earlier this year.
In January, Cajun Country Cookers filed a request for a temporary restraining order, claiming their new landlord unjustly jacked up its rent from $100 a month to $100,000.
Beaumont resident Pam Thomas has filed suit against Wal-Mart Stores Texas, alleging that two years ago a female employee grabbed onto her shoulder as she fell.
Two people have filed suit against a driver who they claim injured two minors in an accident.
A Port Arthur man alleges he sustained numerous damages after a driver side-swiped his vehicle.
A man has filed suit against the driver of an 18-wheeler he claims caused a multi-car collision on the highway.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims failed to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign, causing a collision and injuries to three minors.
A bank has filed suit against the Beaumont man it claims failed to repay more than $15,000 in credit card debt.
A total of two new lawsuits against insurance companies over Hurricane Ike related damage claims were filed in Jefferson County District Court, March 21-25, 2011.
Scott Carlile MARSHALL - An East Texan is suing several of his former employers claiming he was exposed to airborne asbestos fibers during his employment which resulted in his diagnosis of asbestos-related disease. and mild interstitial pulmonary fibrosis.
A Grimes County man claims doctors had to partially amputate his arm after a machine grabbed hold of it and wrenched it.
A Target employee is suing the store for allegedly allowing its supervisors to create a hostile working environment.
A bill collector is being sued after repeatedly calling an Orange County man in an attempt to collect on an account which he claims has already been paid off.
SHERMAN - Now that his conviction has been overturned by the Dallas Fifth Court of Appeals, a Dallas County resident is suing the nurse who provided false testimony during his criminal trial.
Pipkin SHERMAN - The city of McKinney and a McKinney police officer are facing a lawsuit after the police officers allegedly broke a high school student's arm.
Texas Justices seated on the Ninth Court of Appeals recently found that a Beaumont judge did not err in granting the Beaumont and Port Arthur Independent School Districts governmental immunity in a prevailing wage case.
An automobile collision trial slated to begin Tuesday, April 5, has been continued and tentatively rescheduled for April 25.