Louisiana resident James Reynolds Jr. is suing Specialized Maintenance Services, a Dallas company, and one of its employees, Robyn Gilchriest, who allegedly caused an automobile collision by checking her cell phone.
Discovery is still proceeding in a suit against Gulf Coast Machine & Supply, alleging the company is responsible for a worker’s electrocution.
A disaster recovery company claims it was not paid for work it performed following various storms, including hurricanes that hit Texas and an ice storm that struck Illinois, according to recently filed court documents.
Beaumont attorney Charlton P. Hornsby, a man accustomed to filing lawsuits, has been sued by Capital One National Association.
Capital One National Association has filed suit against Beaumont resident Casey Dishman, alleging she owes more than $39,000 on a delinquent small business credit account.
A financial company has filed suit against the Houston business that it claims failed to repay more than $50,000 to Wachovia Bank.
A man claims a mortgage company is attempting to wrongfully foreclose on his home, despite its failure to provide him with notice of its intent.
Alleging his sciatic nerve was injured during an injection more than two years ago, Lonnie Rodgers Sr. has filed suit against The Medical Center of Southeast Texas and nurse Dennis Griffiths.
Following five months of litigation, Ethan Blount, a minor who broke his arm when another child fell on him at a playground, has received a $30,000 settlement.
Bridge City residents Laura Flowers, and her husband, Gary, have filed a medical malpractice suit against Dr. John Schmidt and the Port Arthur Surgical Association.