Kyle Perry claims he was hit in the face by a burst of acid while demolishing some plant lines.
F.J.T. Technical Resource Co. claims Lana Sepulvado and the Landmark Staffing Co. are planting lies about its business in order to lure away F.J.T.'s employees and customers.
By Cara Bailey
Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator TEXARKANA Ã¯Â¿Â½ Two major manufacturers of cardiac defibrillators have been sued by patients claiming the devices had to be removed because of ongoing problems.
Orig. Filing Date: 08/16/2007 Certificate #: 71216
Lamar University Montagne Center, home of Cardinal Basketball The NCAA defines an extra benefit as any special arrangement by an institutional employee or a representative of the institution's athletics interest ("booster/donor") to provide a student-athlete (or a student-athlete's relative or friend) a benefit that is not generally available to other LU students and their relatives and/or friends.
LOS ANGELES -- California class action attorneys seek hundreds of millions in something like back pay for 48,000 college football and men's basketball players.
Johnella Chambers says she was "attempting to be a customer" at the Walgreens on Lucas, but she slipped and fell, twice, after walking across a wet mat before she could start shopping.
Thousands attended the 2007 "Tasting" to benefit Some Other Place on Aug. 21. Food, fellowship and fundraising!! "A Tasting for Some Other Place" was held Tuesday, Aug. 21 at the Beaumont Civic Center.
Valedictorian of his high school class and honor graduate from Rice University, Scott Sexton's future promised greatness.
Jurors handed Christina Jaja a $200,000 judgment Wednesday, Aug. 22. Jaja had sued the Sherman Williams Co. and one of its truck drivers, claiming James Hick's reckless driving caused an auto collision, which resulted in Jaja's injuries.
James Payne Whacked in the face by a flailing hose, Ereck Craig claims he has suffered severe and permanent injuries and is suing Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation for "allowing (him) to stand in an area where he could be contacted by the hose."
TEXARKANA, Ark. Ã¯Â¿Â½ Arkansas Circuit Court Judge Jim Hudson has granted a preliminary settlement order in the Sunbeam lawsuit.
MARSHALL -- Breast cancer survivor, Karon Reagan of Anderson County was severely injured when her car was struck from behind by Head Leasing's employee, Ben Ellis, on June 20, 2006.
MARSHALL -- While employed as a laboratory technician, operator, pipe fitter and mechanic, Robert Oakley states he unknowingly suffered 51 years of exposure to toxins and carcinogens, specifically benzene-containing products.
An overwhelming number of Texas voters believe that people should be held accountable for ignoring a summons to jury service, and a majority support tougher penalties for individuals who shirk the responsibility, according to a new public opinion survey released Wednesday, Aug. 22, by Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) of Central Texas.
Press release from the Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas
Texarkana -- After using Fixodent to adhere her dentures, Laura Day of Lamar County states her normal use resulted in absorption and ingestion of zinc. She believes her choice of denture adhesive cream has led to personal injuries including heavy metal (zinc) poisoning and neurological damages.
In Shakespeare's play Henry VI, Part 2, anarchist and mob leader Dick the Butcher uttered the famous line, "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers."