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Tractor-trailer runs into back of vehicle, driver sues

MARSHALL - After a tractor-trailer ran into her vehicle, Dorris Baker filed suit against Algie Marcus Whitaker Jr. individually, and doing business as Whitaker Moving and Express.

Tyler woman sues Wal-Mart after slipping and falling

MARSHALL - After slipping and falling, Debra Wilson has filed a lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on March 31 in the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division.

67-year-old employee sues for age discrimination

LUFKIN - A 67-year-old manager is suing his former employer after his supervisor forced his retirement.

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, April 4-8, 2011.

Suit against Hyundai claims defective restraint system caused woman's death

2009 Hyundai Elantra MARSHALL - In a recently filed lawsuit, Hyundai is accused of manufacturing a defective vehicle after a Texas woman suffered fatal injuries when the restraint system allegedly failed to hold her in the vehicle during a collision.

Truck driver says wreck due to Army not securing cargo

After being involved in a rollover accident, a truck driver is suing the U.S. Army 842nd Transportation Battalion in Beaumont for failing to secure the military cargo he was transporting on his tractor trailer.

Wal-Mart argues injured shopper should have kept a better lookout

Answering allegations of negligence, Wal-Mart denies it is responsible for a shopper's injuries after she fell.

Collision on US 69 in Smith County subject of lawsuit

MARSHALL - A trucking company is facing a lawsuit asking for more than $75,000 regarding a motor vehicle collision that occurred on US Hwy 69 in Smith County.

Colorado woman sues over Texas vehicle collision

TYLER - A Colorado woman is suing a Utah man for causing a motor vehicle wreck in Texas in which she was injured.

Crockett housing authority sued for racial discrimination by former employees

LUFKIN - Two former housing authority employees are suing for discrimination claiming they lost their jobs shortly after complaining about employees using racial slurs.

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, March 21-April 1, 2011.

McKinney police officer sued for allegedly breaking student's arm

Pipkin SHERMAN - The city of McKinney and a McKinney police officer are facing a lawsuit after the police officers allegedly broke a high school student's arm.

Exonerated pedophile wants $18 million from nurse who provided false testimony

SHERMAN - Now that his conviction has been overturned by the Dallas Fifth Court of Appeals, a Dallas County resident is suing the nurse who provided false testimony during his criminal trial.

Bill collector is sued after calling individual five times each day

A bill collector is being sued after repeatedly calling an Orange County man in an attempt to collect on an account which he claims has already been paid off.

Target sued for allowing hostile working environment

A Target employee is suing the store for allegedly allowing its supervisors to create a hostile working environment.

Ammunitions plant employee sues over asbestos exposure

Scott Carlile MARSHALL - An East Texan is suing several of his former employers claiming he was exposed to airborne asbestos fibers during his employment which resulted in his diagnosis of asbestos-related disease. and mild interstitial pulmonary fibrosis.

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, March 15-18, 2011.

Denton County business owner sued for $1.77 million in past due payments

Hamada SHERMAN - Two Chinese companies are suing a Denton County business owner for more than $1.77 million for past due payments.

Business sued after bathroom stall door crushes woman's toe

Smith MARSHALL - A Denton business is facing a lawsuit for more than $75,000 after a restroom stall door fell and broke a customer's toe.

California debt law firm, management company sued for fraud

Weinstein MARSHALL - A recent lawsuit accuses a California law firm of scheming and conspiring to take advantage of individuals who are facing money problems.