BEAUMONT – A customer at a Beaumont store alleges she was injured because of a damaged shopping cart.
News from 2018
HOUSTON – A Harris County taxi operator alleges he was injured when another driver hit him with the door of a cab.
GALVESTON – A Galveston County man alleges his claim for weather damages for his property was undervalued by an insurance company.
SHERMAN – A Princeton consumer alleges she was harassed by a debt collector's phone calls.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County woman alleges the owners of a mini mart intentionally hid or transferred assets to avoid paying her a judgment.
HOUSTON – A man is seeking more than $200,000 in damages after slipping in butter at a Pasadena movie theater.
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges she is owed unpaid overtime compensation from her former employers.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges that a Sugar Land restaurant failed to warn of a wet floor.
HOUSTON – A Van Zandt County man is seeking more than $1 million in damages after a fall on equipment at a wellsite.
HOUSTON – A construction worker alleges a Houston company's failure to safely deliver a product caused him to injure his leg.
AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton clarified two rules governing concealed carry and security for churches in response to questions posed by the lieutenant governor following a shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs that killed 26 people last November.
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, along with attorneys general from all other states and the District of Columbia, have reached a $13.5 million settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. in a complaint over alleged off-label marketing and deceptive claims about four of its prescription drugs.
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and officials from 19 other states filed a brief with the Supreme Court of the United States supporting a bakery owner who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, according to a friend-of-the-court brief filed in September.
BEAUMONT – The awards continue to accumulate for The Ferguson Law Firm, with the firm being named as one of 2017’s “10 Best Law Firms” by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys.
Sticky floor or sticky fingers? Would you be shocked if you went inside a movie theater and saw a movie playing? How about if you saw someone in a booth at the front of the building selling tickets? A concession stand inside with teenagers in silly outfits vending popcorn, candy, and carbonated beverages? A dimly lit or darkened room down the hall with a large screen in front of rows of cushioned seats? Would any of those things surprise you? No, of course not. Why? Because those are things you expect to see at movie theaters.
BEAUMONT – A pair of lawsuits alleging mesothelioma through asbestos exposure brought against Chevron U.S.A. were recently dismissed.
HOUSTON – A slip and fall lawsuit brought against Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital “isn’t” a health care liability claim, according to the First District Court of Appeals.
HOUSTON – One of Texas’ most prominent attorneys was the recent recipient of multiple lap dances while being serenaded by Snoop Dogg during a Harvey Relief party.
BEAUMONT – The 9th District Court of Appeals reversed and remanded a ruling in an attorney's fee case.
DALLAS – The court of appeals for the 5th District partially affirmed and partially reversed a lower court’s decision regarding the case of Rodney D. Bailey, a sheriff's deputy who sued Dallas County and others over allegations of wrongful termination.