Almost a year after Judge Donald Floyd ruled that a local rail switching company cannot be defined as a "railroad common carrier" under the Federal Employers Liability Act, Beaumont justices have been tasked to examine his suit-ending decision.
MARSHALL -- Wal-Mart should continue to warn customers about wet floors even after the rain has stopped and the pavement has dried, an East Texas man claims in a personal injury suit against the mega-retailer.
GALVESTON - Two Colorado attorneys claim Bank of America Corp. and one of its subsidiary appraisal companies falsified the value of property they purchased in Galveston nearly five years ago, recent court documents say.
A medical clinic accused of being a "pill mill" is asking a Beaumont appeals court to reject a plaintiff's medical expert reports, warning justices that allowing "drug addicts" to skirt the civil code "would have a far reaching impact across Texas."
GALVESTON - A Galveston woman who took her daughter to the city's University of Texas Medical Branch for treatment ended up with injuries herself. She is suing a cleaning company under contract with the 120-year-old institution for approximately $75,000.
AUSTIN Ã¯Â¿Â½ The Supreme Court of Texas won't disturb a decision of West Orange-Cove Consolidated School District Superintendent Taylor Collins to transfer middle school principal Dale Dardeau to an elementary school.
St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica Two men working on a scaffold at St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica in Beaumont claim they were injured when the contractor removed two of the scaffold's supporting legs and it collapsed.