BEAUMONT – The 9th District Court of Appeals at Beaumont has conditionally granted a motion for mandamus relief to relator Jarod Johnson in a wrongful death suit filed against him and three other defendants.
News from April 2018
BEAUMONT – The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Beaumont reversed in part and remanded in part a trial court's decision to award a partial summary judgment and attorney's fees to LGI Land LLC against property owners Benders Landing Estates Property Owners Association Inc. in a breach of contract case.
BEAUMONT – Texas' 9th District Court of Appeals at Beaumont affirmed a reformed final judgment in favor of Patriot Security Inc. after plaintiffs Sherman Moore and George Adams filed a motion for a mistrial stating there was no agreement of a settlement between the parties.
14th Court of Appeals affirms judgment in injury case, claims plaintiff did not exercise due diligence
HOUSTON – Texas' 14th Court of Appeals overruled Christina Molina's appeal of a summary judgment in favor of John Gears, Robert Morin and All-Star Tire Co. in a personal injury case where the parties were involved in a car accident.
HOUSTON – A Mississippi resident alleges he was injured while working on a rig when railing came loose and caused him to fall.
HOUSTON – A man alleges he was injured while unloading equipment in Houston because a co-worker left to take a phone call.
HOUSTON – Two Harris County residents allege a city of Houston employee's negligence caused a collision.
HOUSTON – A Costco shopper is seeking more than $1 million in relief over alleged injuries she suffered when the patio chair she attempted to sit in collapsed and caused her to fall.
HOUSTON – A La Porte couple alleges a Houston company they hired to build a home failed to complete the project.
HOUSTON – A Jones Act seaman alleges he was injured while working for his Harris County-based employers.
HOUSTON – A Marine who served in the Iraq War claims his employer discriminated against him because he suffers chronic back pain.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man alleges he was injured at work because of water left on the floor by an employee of a sanitation company.
TYLER – A fast food giant is accused in a federal lawsuit of infringing on a batch of patents pertaining to mobile device technology.
Extended Stay America sued over cardiologist's death, suit accuses hotel of failing to conduct welfare check at family's request
HOUSTON – The December 2017 death of a cardiologist at a local hotel is the subject of a recently filed wrongful death lawsuit.
BEAUMONT – Before a jury could be selected, a slip and fall lawsuit brought by a Jefferson County woman and her child against a local McDonald’s restaurant settled.
BEAUMONT – An asbestos lawsuit has been brought against Chevron USA and Texaco.
Petition investigating Houston ISD to continue, magnet coordinator allegedly elbowed 5-year old in the face and fractured jaw
HOUSTON – The 14th Court of Appeals recently affirmed a ruling keeping the Houston Independent School District from escaping a pre-suit petition seeking to investigate how a 5 year old had his jaw fractured while being escorted to the principal’s office.
HOUSTON – The First Court of Appeals recently concluded that a trial court should have dismissed a discrimination claim brought against the UT Health Science Center-Houston.
Beaumont attorney John Morgan sues San Antonio law firm, former client, then moves to dismiss the very next day
BEAUMONT – The very next day after filing a petition for damages and request for an injunction against a San Antonio law firm and a former client, the Morgan Law Firm filed a motion to dismiss.