SHERMAN – A Denison resident alleges that a Las Vegas debt collector sent him a collection letter that contained "false threats" regarding interest, fees and costs.
News from July 2018
TEXARKANA – Three Titus County residents allege one of them was terminated because of her race by her employer.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County woman alleges that she suffered permanent lung damage as a result of a 2016 procedure.
BEAUMONT – Harris County couple is seeking damages from a South Beaumont hotel after the wife was injured there while attending a sorority meeting.
HOUSTON – A Florida woman alleges her adult son is now a spastic triplegic as a result of a heart transplant at a Houston hospital.
HOUSTON – A La Porte homeowner alleges a Harris County contractor did "sloppy work" and that the issues in her home have not been repaired.
HOUSTON – A Fort Bend County couple alleges the husband's knee was injured during a flight by airline attendants.
HOUSTON – A Texas woman is suing Amazon after her one-year-old daughter purportedly ate a button battery from a generic Apple TV remote control that was sold by the company’s Web site.
Lawsuit filed in fatal steam release at Kan. power plant, widow alleges husband 'endured horrific death'
HOUSTON – The widow of a worker who recently perished after being exposed to a large steam release at a coal-fired power plant in Kansas has initiated wrongful death litigation against several companies, per recent Harris County District Court records.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court recently released a court opinion to uphold the majority of Texas’ House and Congressional district maps, ending the years-long debate over whether Texas’ legislatures intentionally drew districts to discriminate against minorities.
AUSTIN – A U.S. magistrate judge has recommended that a lawsuit filed by a union be dismissed from federal court.
AUSTIN – A federal judge dismissed a security company from a lawsuit and granted a motion to leave to bring in a second third-party defendant into the case.
Former Mostyn Law attorney claims firm owes him fees from thousands of cases, Amber Mostyn seeks transfer
BEAUMONT – Amber Mostyn, the widow of Steve Mostyn, is accusing a former Mostyn Law attorney of forum shopping and seeks to have the litigation transferred out of Jefferson County.
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Lawsuit: Memorial Hermann fired employee for refusing to share 'protected' information with committee
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges the Memorial Hermann Healthcare System fired her for refusing to commit an act she believes violated state law.
HOUSTON – Claiming she was injured while completing a workout at a local gym, Harris County resident Helen Dowdy has pursued legal action.
HOUSTON – A guest at a Houston hotel alleges he was injured when an elevator door closed on him.
HOUSTON – A patron of a Houston restaurant alleges she was injured after tripping on a rug.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges that she was terminated from her employment shortly after disclosing her pregnancy.