A former Turner Brothers worker has rolled three separate accidents into one lawsuit. John Ardoin is suing ISP Synthetic Elastomers, along with five other companies, for injuries he claims have left him crippled, partially deaf, blind in one eye and sexually impaired.
Before any operation, it is standard procedure for the surgeon to explain the risks to the patient. But a lawsuit on behalf of one Jefferson County woman alleges the doctor never obtained her consent and should have never done the surgery.
It doesn't matter to Michael Volden whether it was a "phantom vehicle" or "intoxicated" driving that caused a Meaux Surface Protection, Inc. employee to lose control of his vehicle and slam into a highway guard rail.
Quality Infusion Care Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas claiming the health insurance provider is stealing from its company Ã¯Â¿Â½ disguising its theft as a "fraudulent accounting entry."
Dump-truck driver Aurilano Salas suffered from an array of life threatening aliments. When he became ill on the job back in 2001, Salas was transported to Christus Hospital St. Mary in Port Arthur and diagnosed with sepsis. Eight hours after his arrival, Salas died.
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.