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Woman says man's negligence, drinking led to accident

A Galveston County woman says that she was injured in a crash the defendant caused while driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Man claims two other drivers' negligence led to injury crash

A Texas man is suing two other drivers, whose negligence, he says, led to severe injury from which he still suffers.

Equipment rental company wants customer to pay up

An equipment rental company is suing a repeat client who they claim would return equipment but never pay the bill.

Woman sues intoxicated driver involved in vehicle crash

A Galveston County woman says she was injured as a passenger in a vehicle one defendant hit while driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Widow sues over firefighter's 2012 death at Beaumont training facility

A woman says the negligence and conscious indifference of instructors and course designers of a smoke jumpers class led to the death of her husband two  years ago.

Man says railroad company created unsafe working conditions which led to injury

A Silsbee man says he was injured on the job because of unsafe working conditions created by his employer.

Hardin County sues Beaumont couple over unpaid property taxes

A Southeast Texas county has sued a Beaumont couple seeking unpaid property taxes.

Real estate investor says wrong type of lien filed on property

A real estate investment company is suing for removal of a lien on a property they own, claiming the lien itself is unenforceable.

Plaintiff says insurer denied payment because of SSDI

A Jefferson County man says his insurance company has denied him disability benefits based on an unrelated medical condition identified in an application for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits.

Mortgage company sues for ownership, sale proceeds of manufactured home

A mortgage company says the owners of a manufactured home in Nome have defaulted on their retail installment contract and have sued for the right to repossess and sell the home.

Traveler files suit after chair at regional airport collapses

A man says the designer and engineers of a chair used at the Jack Brooks Regional Airport, and the operators of the airport, Jefferson County, are responsible for injuries he sustained when a chair he was sitting in broke.

Mortgage company sues to foreclose on property

A mortgage company wants to take possession of a property in order to auction it off after the owners failed to make the agreed upon mortgage payments. 

Man sues dredge and dock company for negligence

A Penitas man says his employer's negligence and the unseaworthiness of the company's vessels led to an injury he will continue to be affected by in the future.

Man says former employer violated the ADA, Texas Labor Code

A former employee of Georgia-Pacific Wood Products in Corrigan says he was wrongfully terminated based on racial discrimination and for filing a worker's compensation claim following an on-the-job injury.

Men sue ATV manufacturer for woman's injuries

Two men say the manufacturer of an all terrain vehicle must be held responsible for injuries a woman sustained in an accident due to the unreasonable danger posed by the company's product.

Oil and gas company seeks declaratory judgment for Alaskan contracts

The owners of a Galveston County oil and gas company have asked the courts to clarify the validity of terminated contractual agreements in a dispute with three out-of-state companies.

Suit alleges LIT violated ADA

A former student of the Lamar Institute of Technology says the school and several of its employees violated the Americans with Disability Act and treated him in such a way that forced him to withdraw from his courses.

Man sues construction company for eye injuries

A Tyler resident says a Tyler-based construction company is responsible for injuries he sustained on a construction site.