HOUSTON — A Houston woman who suffered injuries, including a shattered nose and needing to wear a body cast for five months, is suing Kia, alleging the carmaker's restraints failed to work properly during a crash.
HOUSTON — A former deckhand on a fishing/shrimping vessel alleges after he fell and suffered injuries and then suffered a stroke, he did not receive medical attention until six hours later when the ship returned to port.
HOUSTON — Transamerica Mud Personnel alleges its former CEO along with other entities were involved in a scheme to transfer the bankrupt company's business to other entities after it faced Fair Labor Standards (FLSA) Act lawsuits.
HOUSTON — A Harris County couple allege they were never paid back after lending $75,000 to a Sports Pro employee who said he needed money to arrange exhibition soccer matches between Mexican soccer teams in the U.S.
HOUSTON — A Denton County man is suing three physicians and Memorial Hermann Health System, alleging they failed to properly identify and remove his left kidney, a prescribed medication error that worsened his bowel condition.
HOUSTON — A former En-Touch Alarm Systems employee who was electrocuted by an underground electrical line while installing cable lines at a builder's property in Spring, is suing the electrical provider and others over his injuries.
HOUSTON — A dental assistant working at a Kingwood dental surgery office is suing the practice owners and a manufacturer after an Autoclave device suddenly exploded and caused her second-and third-degree burns and hearing loss.
HOUSTON — An employee of an Academy store in Rosenberg, who says she suffered a severe back injury, alleges she was forced to lift a more than 160-pound barbeque grill onto a customer's truck due to a company policy that did not allow the use of a forklift.
HOUSTON — A Harris County man alleges an off-duty Houston police officer working as a security guard at a Sam's Club, falsely accused him of stealing, then detained the plaintiff and caused injuries to the nerves in his wrists by improperly handcuffing him.
HOUSTON — A former EGC Critical Components worker who says he suffered injuries when his supervisor allegedly set off a "smoke sparkler bomb" is suing the company and the supervisor for more than $1 million.