News from 2010
Recent patent infringement/false patent marking cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas, Dec. 13-18, 2010.
A total of three new lawsuits against insurance companies over Hurricane Ike damage claims have been filed in Jefferson County District Court, Dec. 13-17, 2010.
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GALVESTON - A Mississippi man has filed suit against his employer as a result of injuries he sustained while working on one of its vessels.
GALVESTON - A Webster man alleges that he is a victim of employment discrimination because of his national origin, recent court documents say.
Stock photo Alleging his ex-wife's lover chased him down and ran him over with a 2005 Nissan Maxima, Brandon Ferro has filed suit against Bridge City resident Sterling Simoneaux.
Although signs advertising sales or specials are a regular sight in retail stores, one Orange woman claims one particular plastic sign at J.C. Penney was not clearly visible, causing her trip and fall two years ago.
Nederland resident John James claims fellow Nederland resident Kevin Frasier rear ended him while stopped at a traffic light last January.
Nguyen Nguyen of Beaumont is suing Codi Drewett for allegedly running a red light and striking his vehicle.
Juhon Beaumont local Nyree Banks has filed suit against Garland residents Baldemar and Lorena Gutierrez over a January 2009 automobile collision.
Floyd Known in tort reform circles as a breeding ground for asbestos attorneys, the Beaumont courthouse in Jefferson County welcomed around 40 new toxic tort claims in 2010, with one local judge receiving the lion's share.
Nationstar Mortgage has filed an application to foreclose on the property of Luis and Blanca Salinas, located at 3035 32nd St., Port Arthur, Texas 77642.
Medical Center of Southeast Texas Dr. Saeed Ally has filed suit against the Medical Center of Southeast Texas, claiming the facility permitted a fellow physician, Dr. Otto Miller, to continuously harass him.
While playing on a Chuck E. Cheese ride, Cassandra Diggles' daughter hit her head.