Annie Hunt News

Woman blames Stuttgarden Tavern ice sculpture for her injuries

By Annie Hunt | Feb 22, 2016

GALVESTON — A Liberty Hill woman is suing a Galveston tavern, alleging building code violations that she says caused her to fall and injure herself.

Ex-employee alleges Valerus guilty of discrimination

By Annie Hunt | Feb 22, 2016

HOUSTON — A former employee is suing a Houston company, alleging race and age discrimination.

Worker blames Lone Star Transportation for injuries in tractor-trailer crash

By Annie Hunt | Feb 22, 2016

GALVESTON - A Hidalgo man is suing a transportation company, alleging negligence that he says caused him to be run over by a tractor-trailer.

Woman with OCD alleges Broadstone Vista Ridge discriminated

By Annie Hunt | Feb 19, 2016

SHERMAN — A Broadstone Vista Ridge tenant is suing the housing corporation for allegedly discriminating against her for having a mental disorder and failing to provide adequate housing.

Longtime employee alleges BP practiced gender discrimination

By Annie Hunt | Feb 8, 2016

HOUSTON — A former BP legal employee is suing the corporation, alleging discrimination and wrongful termination.

Marathon sued for injuries allegedly caused by refinery explosion

By Annie Hunt | Feb 6, 2016

BEAUMONT – A Marathon employee is suing owners and affiliates of the Marathon Petroleum Texas City Refinery for alleged injuries sustained in an explosion at the refinery.

Longview woman accused of negligent driving

By Annie Hunt | Feb 6, 2016

BEAUMONT – Three Vidor residents are suing a Longview woman for alleged negligent driving, which they claim caused severe injuries in an accident.

Connecticut man alleges Texas real estate broker withheld payments

By Annie Hunt | Feb 5, 2016

GALVESTON — A Connecticut man is suing a licensed broker in Texas, alleging withholding rent and security deposits regarding a Galveston property.

Worker blames Westmoreland Builders for two weeks spent in coma

By Annie Hunt | Feb 5, 2016

GALVESTON — A subcontractor is suing a construction company, alleging its negligence caused him to crack his skull and spend two weeks in a coma.

Texas wrecker service alleges Metro Tow Truck guilty of fraud

By Annie Hunt | Feb 5, 2016

LUFKIN — A Texas wrecker service is suing Canadian tow truck business, alleging misrepresentation of a towing unit they purchased.

Oilfield workers allege BTI Services, Warrior Energy failed to pay overtime

By Annie Hunt | Feb 5, 2016

HOUSTON — Two oilfield workers are suing two oil services companies, alleging failure to pay overtime.

Texas Attorney General calls out daily fantasy sports as prohibited gambling

By Annie Hunt | Feb 1, 2016

AUSTIN — Attorney General Ken Paxton announced earlier this month that daily fantasy sports leagues constitute prohibited gambling in Texas, adding to the recent onslaught of allegations against the online sports community.

Galveston man says Mainland Medical Center negligence led to assault

By Annie Hunt | Jan 11, 2016

GALVESTON — A Galveston man is suing Mainland Medical Center, alleging it provided an unsecured premises, which allowed a man to assault him.

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