New business licenses/assumed names issued in Jefferson County, April 19-25, 2012.
One new lawsuit against an insurance company over Hurricane Ike damage claims was filed in Jefferson County District Court, April 16-20, 2012.
A landlord claims one of his former tenants destroyed his property. Now, he is asking the court to order his tenant to repay him for costs he incurred.
Speight A law firm wants to be released from liability after it says a woman and her step-mother fail to agree on how to split the more than $20,000 left to them after their father and husband died.
Wilson The owner of a fishing dock has filed suit against the owners of a ship that crashed into the dock and destroyed it.
The next friend of minor child has filed suit against the driver she claims caused a collision in which the child was injured.
Two Jefferson County residents have filed suit against the company they claim failed to procure insurance coverage on their property before Hurricane Ike struck in 2008.
Dorman Wells Fargo claims a Beaumont man has transferred a substantial number of assets to his wife in an effort to evade payment of debt to the bank.
Even if you are not a lawyer, you've no doubt heard plenty of words and phrases related to the law and the legal profession, such as "shyster," "third degree," "hearsay," "rap sheet," or "boilerplate." But did you ever wonder where they came from?
Former National Football League players, who claim they have developed mental or physical problems from concussions suffered while playing professional football, have filed lawsuits against the league for allegedly concealing the risks associated with head injuries.
Granger The man accused of fatally shooting a woman and wounding three others at the Jefferson County Courthouse in March will undergo psychiatric testing, a judge has ordered.
The parents of Officer Bryan Hebert, who was killed in the line of duty in 2011, were presented with a flag from the Texas Police Memorial Bike Trek on Monday.
Area resident Michael Carrier has filed suit against Port Arthur local Joseph Sias, who allegedly failed to yield at a stop sign and caused a collision last September.
Beaumont local Michael Pete is suing Bridge City resident Brenda Byington for allegedly causing an automobile collision two years ago.
Dugas Alleging her employer retaliated against her for reporting sexual harassment, Marilyn Woods has filed suit against Turner Industries and the co-worker who allegedly harassed her, Daniel Ashley.
Nederland residents Larry and Kathleen Delcambre have filed suit against Toyota Motor Sales, alleging they were sold a lemon.
Seeking possession of her fiancee's corpse, Sabrina Whitney has filed an injunction against the Jefferson County Morgue.
Beaumont police officer Ronnie Freeman is suing Entergy Texas, alleging the power company failed to secure the area after a motorist struck an electrical pole, causing an explosion and a power line to fall and strike him.
Recent cases filed in Harris County Civil Courts, April 2012, Clear Lake Area
Lamar University Theater and Dance Department Although 30 days have passed, Lamar University has still not answered a lawsuit brought by an instructor who alleges the college discriminated against her after she failed to attend a performance embracing homosexuality.