News from April 2014
There actually was a King Floyd -- at least three of them, in fact. King Floyd III was a soul singer from New Orleans who tried to launch his music career in Los Angeles in the late 1960s after a stint in the Army. Having less success than he’d hoped for out in La La Land, he returned to his hometown and got a job at the Post Office.
AUSTIN, Texas (Legal Newsline) – A heated primary battle may have given the incumbent Texas Supreme Court justices up for re-election a financial edge, or at least a head start, over their Democratic challengers.
A Texas man and his daughter are suing over claims the Saturn vehicle their relative was driving had multiple safety concerns, causing fatal injuries.
A Dallas County couple is suing an Ohio condominium owner, claiming breach of contract.
An Alabama man is suing over claims he was injured during a car accident.
A Tarrant County couple is suing Texas Farmers Insurance Co. for allegedly refusing to pay for all insurance covered damages to their home.
A Grapevine resident is suing home insurance company claiming the insurer refuses to pay for all covered damages to their home.
A seaman is suing after sustaining injuries while working aboard a vessel.
A Galveston County man is suing over claims he was severely injured in an explosion at a refinery that occurred when a flare line was improperly isolated.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Citing corruption as a non-issue, the Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down overall campaign contribution limits.
The Santa Fe Police Officers Association is suing over claims the city breached a collective bargaining contract.
A group of Texas cruise passengers are suing over damages sustained when a departure date was postponed.
An Angelina County woman is suing over claims she was sexually harassed at work and fired for reporting it.
A group of copyright holders is suing over claims an establishment in The Colony illegally performed copyrighted music.
A Harris County man is suing over claims he lost control of his motorcycle due to streets in disrepair.
A Louisiana resident is suing after being involved in a motor vehicle collision on Interstate 20.
A Fort Bend County resident is suing after being terminated from her employment with Garden Terrace Alzheimer's Center of Excellence.