SHERMAN - A Texas woman has filed a lawsuit against her former employer claiming that she was terminated while on medical leave.
News from December 2012
If she does not mediate her personal injury claim before June 14, Kristen Peterson will face a July trial.
A woman who sued the owner of a construction company claiming he reneged on his promise to build her home was recently awarded more than $500,000 from a default judgment.
A case brought by the owners of Lucky Bounce Zone, who allege Kimco Dowlen Town Center is overcharging them and failing to repair their leaky roof, has been slated for a summer trial.
Kansas City Southern Railway is seeking the depositions of personal in charge of the medical records of Kenneth Setliff, a personal injury plaintiff.
MARSHALL - Claiming his implanted abdominal mesh has eroded, Gregg County resident Charles B. Green has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer C.R. Bard Inc. on Nov. 29 in the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division.
SHERMAN - After attempting to collect a debt from a Collin County resident, a Virginian law firm has been sued for not paying the appropriate bond with the Texas Secretary of State in violation of federal law.
SHERMAN - A cook has filed a lawsuit against a Dallas Chinese restaurant that claims she and other cooks were not paid overtime wages and altered payroll records after she filed a complaint with the Department of Labor.
Beaumont attorney Walter Umphrey, co-founder of the Walter Umphrey Law Firm, will represent the first plaintiffs to file suit over the massive Interstate 10 pileup that claimed two lives on Thanksgiving Day.
SHERMAN - A man Denton man is suing a pistol manufacturer claiming he was injured at a gun shop when another customer's defective gun discharged while it was being cleaned.
This week, the letter carrier will bite back, as jury selection has begun in a case brought by a mailwoman who was allegedly bit while making a delivery.
GALVESTON - After she was reportedly injured in an animal attack last year, Deanna Wright has filed a lawsuit.
GALVESTON - A local homeowners association president alleges he is the focal point of certain false statements made by another resident and has filed a $10 million lawsuit.
SHERMAN - A debt collection agency is being sued for allegedly calling a man several times before 8 a.m., which is a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
A Jefferson County company has filed suit against the three men it claims failed to make payments for exclusively distributing its product.
An insurance company has filed suit against one of its policy holders, alleging it should not be held responsible for defending the man after he violated his insurance contract.
The Ninth Court of Appeals affirmed on Nov. 29 a ruling that denied summary judgment against TransCanada Keystone Pipeline – a foreign company armed with the power of eminent domain.
JULIAN RAYZOR ET AL VS SEAGRASS CAPLEN LLC