GALVESTON - The city of Kemah alleges an independent power company owes it approximately $20,000, recent court documents say.
2007 Mercedes Benz SL550 GALVESTON - Harris County resident George Parnham is suing a local auto dealership over a vehicle he claims sustained damages prior to his purchase in February 2009, recent court documents say.
GALVESTON - Local resident Chris Ammons has filed suit against George H. Johnson Jr. D.D.S., complaining the defendant lied about the quality of materials used to construct his crowns.
GALVESTON - Alleging the warranty on his vehicle was breached, League City local James Hershey filed a lawsuit.
Aldous GALVESTON - Santa Fe resident Frank Jacob Steinbach is suing a Pearland teenager over a two-vehicle accident last year, recent court documents say.
Bloom GALVESTON - Dickinson residents Robert and Edna Hathhorn claim three companies they hired to perform work on their residence did not do their jobs properly, recent court documents say.
GALVESTON - A Brazoria County woman's lawsuit stemming from a dog attack on her son that was disposed was recently re-opened.
LUFKIN - A former truck driver for an East Texas company has filed a lawsuit claiming that he was not properly paid for time he spent preparing his truck for trips.
Rush LUFKIN - After slipping in water and falling, a Polk County woman is suing her local Wal-Mart for failing to maintain the store.
Carpenter TYLER - Electrolux Home Products is being sued for more than $200,000 following a house fire in Carthage that was allegedly caused by an overheating freezer.
Quan TYLER - A former employee of the Lower Neches Valley Authority has had his discrimination lawsuit transferred to federal court.
Redish WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Some class action lawsuits are only benefitting unharmed parties, a Northwestern University professor said Friday during a House subcommittee hearing on 2005's Class Action Fairness Act.
Suthers DENVER (Legal Newsline) - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced a final agency order for civil penalties on Wednesday against a Dallas-based company for alleged unregistered and unlawful debt management practices in the state.
Rotunda WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - The AFL-CIO has put federal bureaus responsible for worker safety on alert regarding silica exposure at hydraulic fracturing sites.
No one will argue that texting while driving can be a major source of driver distraction, leading to an increasing number of accidents every year.
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Matrenga GALVESTON - A Galveston County constable who is the target of a recent sexual harassment lawsuit has lost her bid for re-election.