Steve Mostyn A Jefferson County couple has filed suit against Texas Farmers Insurance and eight adjusters, alleging they were not paid money to which they were entitled after Hurricane Humberto destroyed sections of their home.
Itkin The estate of a man found dead at a local seafood processing facility has filed a wrongful death suit, alleging the company failed to provide him with medical care after he was injured on the job.
Memorial Hermann Baptist Beaumont Hospital Defendants entangled in a medical malpractice suit involving a man who swallowed a chicken bone and died a few days later are trying to have the case dismissed.
A Jefferson County woman has filed suit against Texas Farm Bureau Underwriters and one of its agents, alleging damages to her home during Hurricane Ike were not covered under her insurance policy, although they should have been.
The wife of a local refinery worker already received a settlement for a non-malignant illness allegedly caused by her husband's asbestos exposure. Now a new suit has been filed on her behalf after she died from an asbestos-related malignancy.
Valorie Davenport As if she were a stray steer, a bailiff for Judge Donald Floyd was ordered to go wrangle up a plaintiff's attorney who had wandered away from a trial to attend a hearing in a different court.
Texas Supreme Court AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ Attorney Rolando Caballero successfully completed probation for criminal charges, but the state Board of Disciplinary Appeals can disbar him anyway, the Supreme Court of Texas has ruled.
Tom Donohue WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline)-Reforming the nation's plaintiff-favored legal system could help jumpstart the beleaguered American economy, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said Jan. 7 in a report.