Orange County residents gathered in front of the courthouse on Wednesday, Dec. 15, to show support for slain U.S. Marine James Whitehead, who was killed by an off-duty Orange police officer in July. Orange residents also gathered to protest the fact that District Attorney John Kimbrough declined to indict the officer.
A Beaumont woman has filed suit against the driver, who she claims collided with her when the driver ran a red light, and against her insurance company, which refused to pay her damages following the collision.
WHEELING, W. Va. Ã¯Â¿Â½ Provost Umphrey law firm of Beaumont claims 15 former clients from North Carolina failed to prove they can't travel to West Virginia for depositions in their malpractice suit against the firm.
Hoeffner NEW ORLEANS Ã¯Â¿Â½ Houston lawyer Todd Hoeffner, who gave more than $3 million to Hartford Insurance employees handling his silicosis claims, won't face double jeopardy in retrial of a mistrial, federal appeals judges ruled.
On Tuesday, a Jefferson County jury awarded a plaintiff more than $5,000 for injuries she received in an automobile collision, taking less than two days for jurors to listen to testimony and reach a verdict.
Criss State District Judge Susan Criss (D - Galveston) issued an order Thursday dissolving her injunction prohibiting the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association from releasing information about a $189 million settlement with Hurricane Ike victims.
Coon NEW ORLEANS - Brent Coon caused a bit of a stir during Friday's status conference for the multi-district litigation (MDL) regarding the BP oil spill when he introduced around seven million documents from a previous class action against BP.