News from July 2012
Summit At Woodhaven has answered a lawsuit brought by Pamelia East, who slipped in a puddle of water near the soda dispenser at the Pei Wei Asian Diner in Beaumont.
A contract dispute case set to go to trial in July has been continued for another four months.
An Illinois railroad worker is suing Union Pacific Railroad, alleging he was struck by a malfunctioning hydraulic arm.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) -- GlaxoSmithKline will plead guilty and pay $3 billion in criminal and civil penalties for fraud, according to the Justice Department.
New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County, June 21-27, 2012.
Martin CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (Legal Newsline) - Former presidential hopeful and current Texas Gov. Rick Perry reportedly stumped for Missouri attorney general candidate Ed Martin over the weekend.
A man has filed suit against the driver who he claims struck the side of his vehicle.
A Jefferson County man claims his insurance company refuses to compensate him for damages his property sustained in a fire.
Scott A Beaumont woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims rear-ended a vehicle behind her, causing her to sustain injuries.
Malley A former partner in Harbor Hospice Beaumont has filed suit against the company, claiming she wrongly lost her interest in the company.
A total of four new complaints were filed in Jefferson County District Court against insurance companies during the week of June 11-15.
Lumberton residents Lisa and Ray Tidwell have filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against CVS Pharmacy.
SHERMAN - An hourly worker has filed a lawsuit against his previous employer claiming that the company's pay system involving comp time violated federal law.
SHERMAN - A Collin County resident has filed a lawsuit against a company after finding the company obtained a copy of his credit report without his permission.
A Jefferson County couple has filed a lawsuit that claims their Nintendo Wii controller started a fire that caused significant property damage.
Hyde The widow of Louis Esbry is blaming Chevron USA for his death, alleging the company exposed him to asbestos.
Bradley Port Arthur resident Darlene Goudeaux is suing the city, alleging a sewage backup damaged her home.
Area residents Geraldine Stagg and April Pete have filed suit against Pro Field Services and one of its truck drivers, Vernon Jordan, who allegedly caused a tractor-trailer collision.
Diane Baxter is suing Dustin Riley and two companies for injuries she received when Riley allegedly failed to yield at a stop sign and struck her vehicle two years ago.