Justices on the Ninth Court of Appeals granted a request by Premcor and Motiva to have children removed as plaintiffs from a class action lawsuit filed against the oil giants.
Arnold & Itkin Exploding engine pumps seriously burned Maceo Carter's face, chief engineer for the Chesapeake Bay Ã¯Â¿Â½ a vessel owned and operated by the Omega Protein Corp.
Senior citizen Melba Taff, 77, says because she was suffering from dementia while living at the PHP Oaks at Beaumont nursing home, the facility had an obligation to minimize her falling risks.
Nick Nichols Jury selection for the medical malpractice trial of Irene Salas et al vs. Christus Health Southeast Texas et al began Monday, Sept. 4, in Judge Donald Floyd's 172nd Judicial District.
When Flo Wilson missed a step and broke her hip at Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital, her husband James Wilson testified in court that he put down his golf clubs, rushed to her side and then began "belligerently" yelling at the hospital's staff Ã¯Â¿Â½ threatening all the while to call renowned plaintiff's attorney Walter Umphrey.
Dan Packard The family of Alice Wyatt claim their matriarch's final days were filled with unnecessary pain and suffering. They are suing the hospital, nursing home and medical personnel entrusted with Wyatt's care.
A worker at Firestone's synthetic rubber plant in Orange for 43 years, Edward Blankenstein, 79, says he was "negligently" exposed to butadiene during his long tenure.
- The U.S. Bank National Association has filed a foreclosure application against the property of Annabella and Eric Hayes, located at 2020 Duff Drive, Port Arthur, Texas 77642.
With the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Rita approaching, Golden Triangle lawyers and area residents are scrambling to file policy claim lawsuits before the statute of limitations runs out.
Many people fantasize suing their employer over not receiving a much deserved raise Ã¯Â¿Â½ but one of Beaumont's finest made it a reality.
Allen Parker A docking rendezvous ended badly when a Houstonian's vessel collided with the Pleasure Island Shrimp House.
A brick layer for most of his life, Wayne Williams sued and received a claim for his asbestos-related disease. Now deceased, Williams' benefactor is suing for a "different malignant asbestos-related injury." Williams had a 60 Ã¯Â¿Â½ 80 pack-year smoking history and died of lung cancer.
Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth Yellow is a color often used to signify caution. Flo Wilson testified on Tuesday, Aug. 28 that if Christus St. Elizabeth had bothered to paint a concrete step yellow, she would have never tripped and broken her hip.
Seven local residents have put their names on a lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Merck, claiming a medication designed to treat thinning bones instead caused permanent bone decay.
John Sloan Jr. Railroad worker Michael Scott Smith says he received a back injury while on the job for Kansas City Southern, but was told by his boss that his injury claim was bogus. Now Smith is suing his employer not only for the personal injury, but also for the slanderous comments made in front of his co-workers.
Russell Gautreaux, a tanker truck driver, was picking up a load of gasoline at the Port Arthur Motiva refinery when he slipped and fell on a patch of oil.
Lou Thompson Black Vincent Cooper Sr. is suing A.W. Chesterton, along with 50 other companies, for conspiring to mine, process, sell and distribute asbestos products, suppressing the information pertaining to the fiber's hazardous influence on human health and purposely inflicting him with an asbestos disease.
Every year, thousands of people and businesses complain or protest that their appraised property values exceed market values.
The family of Lonnie LaFleur, the worker who lost his life last month while extracting a heat exchanger at the Dupont plant in Orange, Texas, has filed a wrongful death suit.