News from October 2011
A total of six new lawsuits against insurance companies over Hurricane Ike damage claims were filed in Jefferson County District Court, Sept. 12-16, 2011.
A Beaumont woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims rear-ended her vehicle.
A Louisiana man has filed suit against the driver who he claims rear-ended his vehicle.
A corporation that specializes in the disposal of "green waste" claims the city of Groves has failed to remit its monthly payments for the corporation's waste disposal services.
White Flint Partners alleges the taxes it is paying on its Jefferson County property are too high.
An insurance company is attempting to regain the more than $60,000 it paid to its insureds after it discovered the insureds set fire to their home.
A woman claims she suffered "painful bodily injuries" after a driver rear-ended her vehicle.
A Jefferson County man claims his mortgage company wrongly foreclosed on his property, despite the fact that he forwarded a check for more than $200,000 to the lender.
A Beaumont woman has filed suit against the contractor who she alleges was supposed to perform work on her home but failed to finish despite receiving thousands of dollars from her.
A Jefferson County woman claims her 13-day-old vehicle was extremely damaged during a rear-end collision.
A black man has filed suit against his former employer and supervisors, alleging he lost his job because of the color of his skin.
A Jefferson County couple claims their builder failed to obey a contract by building their new home on 25 feet of property that was not theirs.
Morgan A Fort Bend County man claims his employer discriminated against him because of his age and terminated him because of complaints he made.
SHERMAN - A Plano diet center is accused of violating the civil rights of its manager by firing her shortly after learning she was pregnant, according to a recently filed federal lawsuit.
TYLER - A Tyler couple has filed a personal injury lawsuit after being involved in a hit-and-run accident.
SHERMAN - More than two years after tripping and falling in a Plano Home Depot parking lot, a Plano woman has offered to settle her personal injury lawsuit against the store for $250,000.
SHERMAN - A trucking company is being sued for negligent hiring and supervision after one of its employees assaulted a man with a sledgehammer.
MARSHALL - A heart attack victim being transported in an ambulance has filed a lawsuit against the ambulance cot maker after he suffered additional injuries when the ambulance was involved in an accident and the cot came unattached.