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The Premcor Pipeline Co. and Valero Energy Corp. claim the Jefferson County Appraisal District has valued their property too high and, in turn, charged them too much in taxes.
The highly anticipated trial over the constitutionality of the system to fund Texas schools is only weeks away.
GALVESTON - The plaintiff in a 2011 lawsuit arising from a 2009 fatal shooting recently had her motion for a continuance approved.
A petition for pre-suit investigatory depositions seeks testimony from the assistant principal at Port Arthur Memorial High School regarding the alleged sexual assault of a minor.
GALVESTON - A motion for continuance has been entered into a Houston man's $5 million lawsuit over an alleged dog attack, recent court records show.
On behalf of the late Kenneth Gatlin, Carol Gatlin has filed an asbestos suit against eight companies, blaming the defendants for the man’s death.
Knife River Corp. is suing Speedy Stop Food Stores over goods that were provided but were not paid for.
Seeking to recover more than $13,000 from a delinquent account, American Express Centurion Bank has filed suit against Port Neches local Todd Bryson.
A woman injured while working out is suing the gym for allowing overcrowding in the training area.
Houston resident Mario Gonzalez is suing H.E.S. Enterprises, claiming it is the company’s fault he fell one story at a construction site.
Seeking to recover worker’s compensation benefits paid to a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit, Indemnity Insurance Company of North America has filed a plea in intervention.
TEXARKANA, Ark. (Legal Newsline) - A federal judge has sent a class action lawsuit against several insurance companies back to an Arkansas state court.
GALVESTON - Frost Bank entered a motion for default judgment in its lawsuit against a former employee.
GALVESTON - Nearly two months after it was sued for wrongful termination, A-MED Management Inc. seeks a final summary judgment.
GALVESTON - The defendant in a local dojo's defamation lawsuit recently filed his original answer.
Two women claim they lost their son and brother after he struck a recreational vehicle whose driver had lost control and stopped across two lanes of traffic.
A Vidor woman claims her minor daughter gave premature birth following a collision.
A Port Neches man claims he has suffered nearly complete hearing loss in his left ear after a doctor ruptured his eardrum when he was a small child.
A man has filed suit against two different drivers after he claims he suffered knee and spine injuries in two separate collisions.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she claims rear-ended her vehicle while she was stopped at a red light.