David Wilson Kansas City Southern Railway Co. employee James Walter Murray has filed a Federal Employers Liability Act suit against the railroad claiming he suffered a foot injury due to the company's alleged negligence.
While shopping for new boots at Academy, Thomas Hall tripped over a metal shoe shelf. Hall is suing the sports retailer, claiming Academy had a duty to warn shoppers of the dangerous condition and barricade the hazardous aisle.
A jerky train ride and lack of protective gear were reasons cited by a Union Pacific Railroad Company employee who sued his employer under the Federal Employers Liability Act.
Gov. Rick Perry AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ Texas' strong economy and low unemployment are bringing an additional benefit to the state's businesses in the form of a tax cut.
2250 Harrison in Beaumont Officials with the city of Beaumont have been ordered to appear before Judge Gary Sanderson, 60th District Court, on March 18 and show cause why the city should not be restrained from destroying Betty Briscoe's home.
Vuk Vujasinovic A routine drop-off at an ExxonMobil plant went sour for the delivery man after one of the oil company's employees switched on a conveyor belt while the man was unloading cargo.
A former Beaumont city employee says he was forced into early retirement almost two years ago after a Caterpillar compactor caught fire and exploded near him while working at a municipal landfill.
End Software Patents Executive Director Ben Klemens A non-profit advocacy group wants to see patents on software -- and the infringement lawsuits that often follow -- eliminated, claiming the current patent system hurts business and stifles innovation.
Fakers beware -- there is now a test that may be used to determine if plaintiffs are making false claims about personal injuries.
Nearly two years ago, a refinery worker "slammed" his shoulder into a piece of protruding scaffold metal while climbing a ladder. Now, Brett Jackson Sr. has filed suit against Atlantic Scaffolding, claiming the company negligently failed to "safeguard from the dangers of the scaffolding system."
Some jurists have what it takes to serve on an appellate court. Others seem better suited to perform for daytime television.
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A former Beaumont police officer was sentenced to federal prison March 6 for using union funds for his personal use.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was declared the winner of the Texas Democratic primary March 4, but Jefferson County had a clear case of "Obama Mania."
The in-house Republican duel for the chief seat on the Texas Ninth Court of Appeals was a tight one, with the incumbent, Chief Justice Steve McKeithen, obtaining nearly 53 percent of the vote.
Orig. Filing Date: 02/28/2008 Certificate #: 72304
Chase Home Finance has filed an application for foreclosure against the property of Randolph and Mary Andrus, located at 3021 Rockwell Ave., Texas 77701.