The on going medical-malpractice trial in Judge Gary Sanderson's 60th District Court was put on hold. Judge Sanderson had to attend a seminar this week. The trial, which began May 3, will resume on Monday.
The Waldman Smallwood Law Firm was named winner of the BBB Torch Award for Workplace Ethics at the May 15 annual dinner.Carl Waldman, firm founder, is second from left. The Waldman Smallwood Law Firm of Beaumont was the recipient of the Better Business Bureau's 2007 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics.
There's an old adage that says, "Always look a used car in the mouth when the dealer says 'it's a bargain.'" Or is it, "Never by a used car without investigating its history?"
While visiting a patient at Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital, Anita Brice slipped in a puddle of water allegedly left by a leaky food tray, twisting her ankle. She was rushed to the emergency room and then sent a bill for her treatment.
Aztec Distributors has filed a restraining order and injunction against its longtime business partner, Illinois Tool Works (Wynn Oil Co.) Aztec claims Wynn is attempting to squirm out of its contract, subvert Aztec and pilfer all of its clients.
Mark Sparks A senior citizen, who had a history of refusing to stay put, fell out of bed and died of low blood pressure three days after the episode.
An Uvalde County family, acting as wrongful death beneficiaries for Leonardo Hernandez Flores, is suing the companies they claim are responsible for letting a fire get out of hand and consume the life of their benefactor.
Jan Soifer The state of Texas won't intervene in the latest dispute between the nation's largest electricity cooperative and some of its 200,000 customers, according to Attorney General Greg Abbott's office.
Helen Lord spoke about her late husband Everett Lord at the announcement of the Southeast Texas Legends Scholarship from Lamar University named in his honor. Another legal legend from Southeast Texas is the latest to be honored with a Lamar University scholarship.
'Thunder on the Neches' Thousands turned out for the boat races and other events at the annual Port Neches River Fest on Mother's Day weekend. Stand Alone Art for 5-21-07 Port Neches River Fest boat race
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A routine pick up for a truck driver left him permanently brain damaged when the forklift driver "bumped" into a side rail of the truck.
A seaman serving aboard a tugboat informed his captain he was having a heart attack, but Anthony King was told "to go back to work." He is suing Frazier Inland Marine, Inc. for failing to provide him with necessary medical care.
Glen Morgan is alleging the construction company he hired to construct portions of his Beaumont residence breached its contract by performing poor workmanship on his home's roof.
"An elderly gentleman" says the "new" car Mike Smith Autoplex, Inc. sold him was damaged by floodwater. He claims the dealer knew the bottom of the car had been rusted out but fraudulently and deceptively sold the vehicle as if it were in flawless condition.
In stark contrast of the recent trend of Beaumont residents suing their home insurance provider for unpaid claims submitted after Hurricane Rita, Trinity Lloyds Insurance Co. is preemptively pursuing legal recourse against Lyndell Shults.
It was the lawsuit that made lawsuit abuse famous.
Texas and 25 other states have reached a settlement with Purdue Pharma Inc. that will stop the pharmaceutical company from unlawful marketing of the prescription pain killer OxyContin.
AUSTIN -- The Texas Attorney General's identity-protecting dumpster divers aren't fussy about where they fish for evidence of Texas businesses breaking identity-protection laws.