Jefferson County District Court

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Beaumont, TX - 77701


Jefferson County District Court News

Beaumont Walmart shopper alleges liquid on floor caused her to fall

BEAUMONT – A woman alleges she was injured while shopping at a Walmart store because of liquid on the floor.

Woman alleges shelf fell on her at Beaumont Family Dollar, caused injuries

BEAUMONT – A shopper at a Beaumont Family Dollar store alleges that a shelf fell on her and caused injuries.

Patient alleges limp caused by Port Arthur doctor's care after surgery

BEAUMONT – An Orange County woman alleges that she now walks with a limp because of the care provided by a Port Arthur physician after a surgery.

Man alleges Globe Life and Accident Insurance Co. improperly delayed payment of claim

BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County man alleges two insurance companies failed to accept coverage of a claim in a reasonable amount of time.

Gator Exxon customer alleges bare wires inside cooler shocked him

BEAUMONT – A customer at a Beaumont store alleges he was shocked by wires inside of a cooler.

JC trial slated in breach of contract case between Petrochem Field Services, J.Z. Russell

BEAUMONT – A breach of contract lawsuit between Petrochem Field Services and J.Z. Russell Industries has been called up for trial.

Two allege vehicle was totaled after Rose City rear-end collision

BEAUMONT – Two Orange County individuals allege that their vehicle was totaled after it was rear-ended in Rose City.

Jasper man alleged to have failed to control speed in Jefferson County crash

BEAUMONT – An Orange County man alleges a Jasper motorist failed to control his speed and caused an auto accident.

Invitee alleges chair at Beaumont Surgical Affiliates collapsed, caused her injuries

BEAUMONT – A woman alleges she was injured at a Beaumont health care facility when a chair she was sitting on collapsed.

Alleged drunken altercation at John Wayne’s bar now focus of trial in JC

BEAUMONT – Nearly four years ago, an allegedly intoxicated male got rough with Kacy Culp at John Wayne’s – an altercation she wants to pin on the Magnolia bar.

Motorist alleges Crest Transport Systems driver failed to control speed in I-10 accident

BEAUMONT – A Beaumont woman is seeking damages from a Hialeah, Florida man and his employer after the driver allegedly lost control on Interstate 10 and caused damage to her vehicle.

Penny wants dollars

“We really, really enjoyed it here. Great food and great atmosphere,” says Donna R. in her five-star Yelp review of Republic Chicken in Beaumont. “Man, it was delicious! We will definitely be going back.”

Jefferson County 172nd District Court Docket: May 2018

JAYNE RODGERS ET AL vs. A O SMITH CORPORATION ET AL

Tumble down the stairs results in $1M suit against Republic Chicken

BEAUMONT – A lack of a second handrail allegedly caused a Hardin County woman to tumble down the stairs at a local restaurant.

Jefferson County 60th District Court Docket: May 2018

JZ RUSSELL INDUSTRIES INC vs. PETROCHEM FIELDS SERVICES INC

County officials just say no to opioid lawsuits

Remember how self-styled sophisticates howled with laughter when First Lady Nancy Reagan introduced the new slogan for the “War on Drugs” effort back in the 1980s?

Jefferson County 58th District Court Docket: May 2018

CHAD REBERT ET AL vs. JULIO MIRANDA-LARA

Beaumont attorney John Morgan sues San Antonio law firm, former client, then moves to dismiss the very next day

BEAUMONT – The very next day after filing a petition for damages and request for an injunction against a San Antonio law firm and a former client, the Morgan Law Firm filed a motion to dismiss.

Slip & fall against Beaumont McDonald’s settles before trial, plaintiffs sought $1M in damages

BEAUMONT – Before a jury could be selected, a slip and fall lawsuit brought by a Jefferson County woman and her child against a local McDonald’s restaurant settled.

Med-mal defendant seeks sanctions against plaintiff’s attorney for posting Record articles on Facebook

BEAUMONT – Nearly everyday, the Southeast Texas Record posts articles covering area civil litigation proceedings on Facebook. However, it seems if a trial lawyer wants to share a Record story, he or she could face sanctions.