Ford Motor Company is seeking summary judgment in a suit brought by a Jefferson County woman claiming she was injured when the airbags in her Ford Escape allegedly failed to deploy during a collision. Elizabeth Jaeger filed her suit against Ford and Kinsel Ford-Mercury on March 27, 2014 in Jefferson County District Court, citing strict tort liability.
A suit claiming a man suffered from food poisoning after dining at a fast food restaurant has been dismissed. Milton Hill filed a lawsuit March 20, 2014, in the Jefferson County District Court against BG Foods Inc. and Ree Inc., doing business as McDonald’s, citing violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act. Court records show that the parties filed an agreed motion for dismissal with prejudice on Oct. 7.
AUSTIN -- A Texas plaintiff has decided to appeal a ruling by a Texas appellate court affirming the decision that the state’s Commission for Lawyer Discipline is not required to disclose recommendations to complainants who file grievances against Texas attorneys.
Two Dickinson residents have filed a lawsuit in response to a failed mobile home park investment. In the complaint filed Jan. 4 in the Galveston County 10th District Court, Richard Lee Cambric, III and Marie Lynette Kennie-Cambric claim that Integrity Landmark Realty, William S.
AUSTIN – Gov. Greg Abbott, who frequently sued the Obama Administration as attorney general, had a few words for the president on Tuesday, Jan. 5, after he announced his plans for executive actions on gun control.
In November, a Dallas appellate court reversed a $1.2 million jury verdict rendered against Johnson & Johnson for allegedly designing a defective pelvic mesh product. On Dec. 18 the plaintiff in the case filed a petition for review with the Texas Supreme Court, asserting her case presents a question that will impact thousands of others: what evidence is necessary to satisfy the causation standard in a products liability case involving an implanted medical device.
Doughnuts to Go is a small family-owned shop in California managed by Lee Ky. Like any small business, its success depends on the hard work and grit of the folks who run it. Her success was threatened in 2012 when Doughnuts to Go was sued by ADA trolls for alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).