Recent business licenses/assumed names filed with the Jefferson County Clerk, May 24-29, 2007
Recent home foreclosures in Jefferson and Orange counties, May 10-29
It's time again for hundreds of cyclists to take the roads, but they won't be riding only for fun and exercise but to raise money for a program that provides free legal services to those in need.
G.S.-Hydro claims Beacon Maritime, Inc. still owes the company nearly $300,000 for work performed on a Beacon oil rig back in Feburary of 2006.
Greg Abbott announces action against Check 'n Go AUSTIN -- It's a rare fisherman who shifts from where the fish are biting, no matter how bad it might smell there.
A Jefferson County woman was shopping for electronics when she claims she was injured at a Best Buy store in Beaumont.
AUSTIN - Gov. Rick Perry, along with the National Weather Service and the Governor's Division of Emergency Management, is urging all Texans to be prepared for the 2007 hurricane season, which officially started June 1.
Rather than battle it out in court, Dillard's Department Stores, Inc. settled with Evelyn Campbell. The personal injury trial of Cambell vs. Dillard's was set to begin May 30 in Judge Donald Floyd's 172nd District Court.
Everyone copes with the grief of losing a loved one in different ways. On the road to what will hopefully be acceptance and hope, we go through stages of shock, denial, guilt, anger, and sadness over such loss. Some people, however, add another stage that Elisabeth Kubler-Ross would never have imagined: frivolous litigation.
Press release from the Better Business Bureau
A Jefferson County couple says their mortgage company refuses to release an insurance check needed for repairs to their home.
Sara Youngdahl A trip to the bathroom landed a railroad worker on his back and the railroad company in court.
Lindsay & Morgan
Inexplicably, Sarah Johnson sliced off the tip of her right index finger while helping her mother into a wheelchair. She is suing the Memorial Hermann Hospital System for maliciously failing to warn her that such a dangerous scenario existed.
It's going to take more than a referee to settle a dispute between a Jefferson County man and the National Indoor Football League.
Lawsuits alleging asbestos-related wrongs are old news here in Beaumont.
Shawn Kerwin is suing the First Houston Mortgage Co. and its agent Trent Lawson for more than $3 million. Kerwin claims the company purposely misrepresented his credit score to him in order to force him into signing a home loan at a higher interest rate.
News Release from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice
An Orange County couple is claiming a Houston dealership sold them a "lemon."