New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County, Oct. 12-26, 2011.
NEW ORLEANS - Deepwater Horizon operator BP and rig owner Transocean, trading blame for last year's oil spill, aim to drag Uncle Sam into the dispute.
Four months after the Supreme Court reversed a nationwide class action against Wal-Mart alleging the store discriminated against up to 1.5 million female employees, a former plaintiff has initiated a state-wide class action against the retail giant that could include up to 45,000 female Texas employees.
Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, Oct. 25.
On the western edge of one of Texas' greatest natural treasures, Big Bend National Park, lies the true Texas ghost town of Terlingua. The eerie ruins of a once prolific mining town are sure to satisfy the interests of those looking for a haunting adventure during the Halloween and Dia de los Muertos season.
A total of seven new lawsuits against insurance companies over hurricane damage claims were filed in Jefferson County District Court, Oct. 24-28, 2011.
An agreed motion for continuance was recently granted in a suit alleging the defendant dropped a boat on a worker's leg.
In July, the Southeast Texas Record reported that a settlement has been tentatively reached in a suit alleging a customer purchased and received gold coins and fraudulently tried to a secure a chargeback on his credit card.
Following a hit and run, Murrel Merchant made a claim for uninsured motorist benefits with her carrier, Old American County Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
Groves resident Melissa LeBlanc has filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against Bruce's Market Basket and B.T. Enterprises.
Seeking possession of a deceased woman's car, Ally Bank has filed suit against the Beaumont man that it believes currently possesses the vehicle.
One of the plaintiffs in a medical malpractice claim has voluntarily non-suited himself, parting ways with several members of his family still locked in the litigation.
Last August, plaintiff Christopher Waldon sued ExxonMobil, alleging the company failed to warn him to use "a higher standard of care when loading and unloading" pipes.
A woman who was struck while turning into an apartment complex is suing two Beaumont residents.
Following a year of litigation, a certificate of discovery has been filed in a suit brought by Lorretta Evans, who sued Parker Lumber after tripping over a pallet.
A plaintiff's motion to dismiss Greyhound Lines from a personal injury suit has been granted by a local judge.
A wrongful death suit alleging Kroger sold a tainted cantaloupe has been filed in Jefferson County District Court.
Needville resident Jamie Wilton is suing Total Petrochemicals for a head injury he received nearly two years ago.
Alleging she was exposed to toxic levels of hydrogen sulfide, Port Arthur resident Julia Gloston has filed suit against Valero Energy and Total Safety U.S.
A father and his two minor sons have filed suit against two Port Neches residents for injuries they received in an automobile collision.