News from January 2015
A woman is suing over claims she was injured on Interstate 10 in a collision with an underinsured motorist.
A bank is filing for the seizure of a vehicle due to an alleged defaulted sales contract.
CityMortgage Inc. is petitioning for the foreclosure of a home on Jade Avenue in Port Arthur.
A Jefferson County man is suing over claims he was injured in a collision on College Street.
A bank is filing for the seizure of the boat, motor and trailer of a Jefferson County man due to an alleged defaulted retail installment contract.
A Galveston County builder is suing over claims a contract to build a home was unlawfully terminated.
A Harris County woman is suing over claims she was unlawfully forced to quit when her employer refused to accommodate her after surgery.
In response to an unanswered public records request, an environmental agency turned to the courts Thursday in hopes of unearthing the extent of fracking currently taking place in the Gulf of Mexico.
A Jefferson County man is suing over claims he was injured on the premises of a tractor repair shop.
One can applaud the decision of 136th District Court Judge Milton Shuffield to set aside a ridiculous million-dollar exemplary damages award against National Security Fire & Casualty and still wonder why he didn't do so sooner.
After more than six years of litigation, pre-trial started Monday in a wrongful death suit alleging a man was killed while operating a bulldozer.
A pair of defendants in a suit first brought against Motiva for not properly managing traffic and preventing a rear-end collision are seeking a continuance.
Garza retires from 5th District appeals court; Silsbee cheerleader and UT admissions among notable cases
After serving for more than two decades, Senior Judge Emilio M. Garza has retired from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
A Panola County man is suing over claims he was unlawfully forced to quit his job in the Panola County Sheriff's Office.
A Galveston County man is suing over claims his ex-wife's attorney withdrew from divorce proceedings without following legal rules.
In a recent article in Texas Lawyer, one of the architects behind authoring a tort reform bill passed in 2011 says the use of the “loser pays” component of the law has been a “surprise.”