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Man claims he was crushed by backhoe, files personal injury suit

GALVESTON � Claiming he was crushed by a piece of the company's equipment, Jacob Walker is suing Bates Backhoe Service.

Seaman says vessel moved as he attempted to board

Eiland GALVESTON � Seaman Eugene Ceasar claims he was injured two years ago as he attempted to board a vessel, recent court documents say.

Defective door blamed for seaman's injuries

GALVESTON � Galveston resident Jason L. Upchurch is seeking compensation after he injured his right hand while working aboard the M/V Kylie Williams.

Texas AG offers tax season tips

Dickinson resident sues over auto crash

GALVESTON � Dickinson resident Marisela Montes Martinez has filed suit against Richard Andrew Clark over an auto collision last year.

Assisted living manager claims race prevented promotion to director

GALVESTON � Sharon A. Jackson believes she was passed over for a key position with her employer because of her race, recent court documents say.

Water in seafood aisle leads to slip-and-fall suit against HEB

GALVESTON � Friendswood resident Laura Brower has filed suit against H.E.B. Grocery Co. LP after she slipped on a pool of water at its Friendswood store last April.

Woman sues Wal-Mart over fall at La Marque store while pregnant

GALVESTON � A Galveston County woman has filed a $50,000 lawsuit against Wal-Mart over a fall she took at its La Marque store more than a year ago.

Santa Fe collision subject of lawsuit

GALVESTON � A Texas City man has filed suit over a side collision in Santa Fe.

Business partner sues Kemah mayor for violating agreement

GALVESTON � A Seabrook business owner alleges that Kemah Mayor Matthew D. Wiggins Jr. committed detrimental acts against their joint venture.

Galveston police chief files $1M defamation suit against councilman

GALVESTON � Galveston Police Chief Charles Wiley is seeking $1 million from Galveston Councilman Chris Gonzales for making false statements about him.

Judge orders dismissal of case over loss of investment funds

A local judge has ordered a case brought by a Port Arthur man, who sued several investment companies and a broker over lost investments, be dismissed with prejudice.

Loan company seeks summary judgment in suit over withholding insurance payments

Two years ago, Paul and Anitra Henson sued their mortgage company, Homeq Servicing, for allegedly failing to endorse insurance proceeds for hurricane damage.

Man alleges knee went through dashboard in auto collision

Area resident James Corkran has filed suit against Nederland resident Charles Lyon, alleging he made an unsafe lane change and caused an automobile collision.

Defendants in slip-and-fall against mall non-suited

Defendants in a slip-and-fall lawsuit filed by Orange County resident Sandra Duhon were recently non-suited.

Texas Petrochemicals files motion dismiss in suit over damaged pipeline

Texas Petrochemicals has filed a motion to dismiss in a lawsuit claiming its pipelines were damaged when another pipeline ruptured and started a fire.

Muslim inmate claims TDCJ denied religious dietary restrictions

GALVESTON � A Texas Department of Criminal Justice inmate claims he is not being served meals prepared in accordance to his religion's laws, recent court documents say.

Seaman claims fall in galley due to improper cleaning materials

GALVESTON � Blaming an overly-slick floor for his multiple injuries, seaman Guillermo Camarillo has filed suit against his employer.

Asbestos suit filed against KCSR

The son of the late Daniel Oney has filed suit against his father's former employer, Kansas City Southern Railway Co., for allegedly exposing him to asbestos.

Lawsuit claims woman ran red light, caused collision

Hampshire local James Bass is suing Vidor resident Sheri Terrell for allegedly disregarding a red light and striking his vehicle.