BEAUMONT – A disaster recovery services business is alleged to have failed to pay workers for their overtime work.
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BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County resident alleges she was injured while working in Beaumont when she fell through rotted wood.
BEAUMONT – Rain water inside of the entrance of a Beaumont hospital is alleged to have caused a woman to fall.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he suffered injury and vision loss to his right eye as a result of a procedure.
Jury finds YMBL of Beaumont and plaintiff equally at fault for gate-climbing injury, $778K in damages awarded
BEAUMONT – Both the Young Men’s Business League of Beaumont and the man who sued the organization are equally at fault for the injuries the plaintiff suffered while climbing a metal gate, according to a Jefferson County jury.
BEAUMONT – A patron of a Beaumont business alleges a large hole on the property caused her to injure her ankle.
Jefferson County District Judge Kent Walston may have no challengers in his bid for reelection, but his allegedly imperious actions in court are being challenged by a former defendant who claims he got railroaded.
BEAUMONT – Despite the generous financial support she received from her fellow plaintiff’s attorneys, Tina Bradley could not overcome her Democratic rival, Melody Chappell, in the runoff race to become the next judge for the 172nd District Court.
HOUSTON – A Jefferson County man alleges he was terminated in retaliation after he was injured on the job.
BEAUMONT – A guest at a Beaumont restaurant alleges that she was injured after tripping on a mat.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County woman alleges the owners of a mini mart intentionally hid or transferred assets to avoid paying her a judgment.
BEAUMONT – A shopper at a Beaumont grocery store alleges she was injured when she was struck by a shopping basket.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County jury recently handed down a $122 million verdict in a breach of contract lawsuit brought by Signature Industrial Services of Beaumont against the International Paper Company.
Appeal in Glen Morgan tax suit against Jefferson County abated, case remanded to effectuate settlement
BEAUMONT – An appeal in a property tax suit brought by one of Southeast Texas’ most well known trial lawyers has been abated and remanded back to a district court, where the case has been tied up in litigation for the past decade.