With the second anniversary of Hurricane Rita on Sept. 24, the statute of limitations has ended for most property owners to file a lawsuit against their insurance carrier regarding hurricane claims. Some policy holders may have additional time as specified in their individual policies.
With the high volume of consumer traffic pouring through Wal-Mart stores everyday, accidental slip hazards are bound to happen. However, Kissa Madkins claims employees at a Nacogdoches Wal-Mart "intentionally" allowed the puddle of vomit she slipped in to linger.
Texas Times: A Weekly Column from U.S. Sen. John Cornyn
Michael Clayton, president/CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas The Better Business Bureau in Southeast Texas received three awards for outstanding achievement recently at the International Assembly of Better Business Bureaus held in Milwaukee, Wis. The three awards are added to six others received in recent years.
While severing as a cook aboard a drilling rig owned and operated by Rowan Drilling Co., Paul Perronne claims he was injured. He is invoking the Jones Act and suing Rowan and Sodexho for $1 million in damages.
A Jefferson County jury awarded Frances Griffin $7,162.24 in damages on Wednesday, Sept. 26 for injuries she suffered in a 2002 automobile accident.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a federal discrimination suit against a West Orange business that allegedly enforces racial quotas in its stores.
Orig. Filing Date: 09/20/2007 Certificate #: 71395
U.S. Rep. Ted Poe WASHINGTON, DC Ã¯Â¿Â½ U.S. Rep. Ted Poe (TX-02) has been appointed by President George W. Bush to represent the United States Congress in the 62nd General Assembly of the United Nations. Congressman Poe is one of only two members of Congress selected to observe this year's Assembly.
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Memorial Hermann Baptist Hospital in Beaumont Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital has achieved magnet designation for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credential Center's (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program.
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When Jesse D. Gregg bought his manufactured home, he was told he would receive homeowners insurance. After Hurricane Rita, Gregg made a claim to his supposed insurance company and was denied.
John Dolezal With the Lone Star State's population on the rise, most Texans have experienced some type of a construction-related nuisance that always follows growth.
TEXARKANA, Ark. -- Taking their argument to the Arkansas Supreme Court, Foremost Insurance Company is appealing Circuit Court Judge Kirk Johnson's Order to produce all of its claim files. The insurance company estimates the required production of 600,000 claim files would cost around $45 million.
We are all familiar with some of the obvious costs of living in a litigious society. We pay higher insurance premiums and higher prices for certain products and services because of the legal costs that a company has had to incur, or believes it might incur, to bring those goods and services to the market.
Michael Truncale Beaumont attorney Michael Truncale has been named to the board of regents of his alma mater.
Michael Patterson MARSHALL -- James Parks just wanted to pick up his new couch, but claims he came home with bodily injuries and a lawsuit. Now a mediator will step in to cushion the dispute between Parks and furniture outlet.