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NEW ORLEANS – An attorney representing businesses, individuals, Transocean, Halliburton and the states of Alabama and Louisiana – “the aligned parties” – outlined BP’s lack of preparedness for what is believed to be the largest oil spill in recorded history during opening arguments in the second phase of trial involving the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill resulting from the explosion of the BP-owned
Following eight months of litigation, discovery is proceeding in a suit claiming a woman was sold an infested home.
Kroger Texas and plaintiff Jennifer Fontenot, who slipped and fell while pushing her grocery cart down a store aisle, are locked in discovery.
Ten years ago, unbridled litigation against doctors and hospitals had turned entire regions of Texas into lawsuit war zones. Doctors limited the scope of their practices or shut their doors altogether — and patients were losing access to needed care. Legislative leaders and voters heard the pleas and responded with landmark legal reforms, in the form of Proposition 12.
American agrees to daily flights from rural airports; Abbott drops objections to merger with US Airways
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott announced Oct. 1 that American Airlines has agreed to continue daily service to rural airports when it mergers with US Airways.
A "take nothing" judgment has been entered in litigation brought by Juan Zuniga, who filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against La Morenita Meat Market.
GALVESTON - Claiming she fell in the parking lot of a La Marque business almost two years ago, Texas City resident Brenda Gregorcyk has filed a lawsuit.
Jessie Curvin has filed suit against Strike LLC and its truck driver, Morgan Fleming, who caused an automobile collision in Frio County.
GALVESTON - Two Katy residents filed a lawsuit over a two-vehicle accident last month in Galveston, recent court papers say.