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Attorneys not entitled to percentage of woman's monthly annuity payments, suit asserts

By John Suayan | Apr 18, 2019

HOUSTON – A state district lawsuit questions whether three area attorneys are entitled to a percentage of monthly annuity payments from the daughter of a deceased client of theirs.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, Apr. 8-12, 2019

By John Suayan | Apr 12, 2019

TYLER DIVISION Apr. 11 6:19-cv-00133-JDK-JDL WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS MOBILE LLC V. ADT LLC

Farmer asks federal judge to junk fertilizer supplier's default judgment

By John Suayan | Apr 8, 2019

HOUSTON – Attorney John V. Mastriani of the Mastriani Law Firm in Houston has filed a federal lawsuit for a Texas farmer who alleges a fertilizer supplier wrongfully won a default judgment against him.

Truck leasing company sues law firms for $29M, alleges defendants concealed cocaine level of driver

By John Suayan | Apr 8, 2019

HOUSTON – Attorney George W. Long, of Odessa, has a filed a $29 million state district lawsuit for a truck leasing company that alleges two firms mishandled a 2006 wrongful death case against it, recent Harris County District Court records show.

Hospital asserts part owner pocketed 'at least' $450K, sues for repayment

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

HOUSTON – A Fort Bend County hospital is suing a part owner and her business for alleged theft.

Sons sue Irish pub, Mexican restaurant over father's death in motorcycle crash

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

GALVESTON — The sons of a man who perished in a motorcycle accident in League City more than a year ago have pursued legal action against the establishments they assert served him alcoholic beverages before his death.

Women's suit alleges for-profit med school failed to pay plaintiffs overtime

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

HOUSTON – Shelly M. Davis-Smith of The Davis Law Firm in Houston has filed a lawsuit on behalf of two former for-profit medical school employees who claim they were not given overtime pay.

Court docs slam Texas Southern University for paying female former assistant dean less than male counterpart

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

HOUSTON – A federal lawsuit claims that a local historically black university discriminated against a former assistant dean because of her gender.

Woman faults auto glass shop for post-Christmas trip and fall incident

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

HOUSTON – A local woman alleges that a post-Christmas visit to an auto glass shop in northeast Houston resulted in a trip and fall, recent Harris County District Court records show.

Woman seeks damages from Friendswood residents following canine attack

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

GALVESTON – Patrick O’Hara of the O’Hara Law Firm in Houston has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Galveston County woman who alleges a canine bit her in various parts of her body.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

By John Suayan | Apr 5, 2019

Apr. 3 SHERMAN DIVISION 4:19-cv-00249-ALM-KPJ JENAM TECH, LLC V. LG ELECTRONICS, INC. ET AL

Poo in pool suit against 24 Hour Fitness now a federal case

By John Suayan | Apr 4, 2019

HOUSTON – A lawsuit claiming that a 24 Hour Fitness member contracted a severe bacterial infection as a result of a poorly maintained public swimming pool recently switched jurisdictions.

Rear-end collision on SW Freeway in Houston yields lawsuit

By John Suayan | Apr 4, 2019

HOUSTON – Harris County residents Miguel and Alejandra Olmos have filed a lawsuit in response to an alleged late 2017 two-vehicle accident with a taxicab.

Man says finger injury sustained while cleaning Harvey-ravaged apartments resulted in partial amputation

By John Suayan | Apr 3, 2019

HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges in a state district lawsuit that an injury he sustained while helping clean a northeast Houston apartment complex following one of the worst hurricanes to hit the area in recent memory resulting in him undergoing an amputation.

Lawsuit: H-E-B did not warn customer about empty pallet in aisle

By John Suayan | Apr 3, 2019

HOUSTON – Leah Pyra, of Harris County, blames San Antonio-based H-E-B for a trip and fall she reportedly experienced at the defendant’s store in northwest Houston.

Worker sues custom home builder after accident with grinder tool

By John Suayan | Apr 3, 2019

HOUSTON – Claiming that he was injured while using a grinder tool at a construction site in Richmond, Harris County resident Misraym Garcia has pursued legal action.

Woman says machine shop fired her because of medical condition affecting hip joint

By John Suayan | Apr 3, 2019

HOUSTON – A local machine shop is accused of terminating a woman with a medical condition affecting her hip, recent Harris County District Court records show.

First responder files wrongful termination suit, citing age discrimination

By John Suayan | Apr 3, 2019

HOUSTON – Attorney Woodrow Epperson, of Kerrville, has filed a state district lawsuit on behalf of a man who asserts that Harris County Emergency Services District No. 48 terminated him because of his age.

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