HOUSTON – Matthew Venghaus, of Humble, alleges in a federal lawsuit against NRG Energy, Inc. that his termination from the company for supposedly having a side plumbing job was a retaliatory act.
News from February 2019
AUSTIN – A state appeals court recently revived an injured garbage truck temporary employee's lawsuit, saying questions remain about whether the worker was a Houston-based garbage service's employee under the state's workers' compensation rules.
TYLER – A state appeals court has dismissed the lawsuit filed against the city of Athens and its water authority by three area residents who claim their homes and properties were damaged by water treatment overflows in 2015 and 2016.
Court reverses decision in home buyers' case against I-20 Team Real Estate over home's history of flooding
TYLER – An appeals court has reversed a trial court's ruling that dismissed a negligence claim filed by homeowners against a real estate company.
HOUSTON – A forklift driver is suing FedEx and its driver over allegations he was injured when a truck moved away from the dock without notice and caused the forklift to fall.
HOUSTON – An employee of a Houston Asian food market alleges an unsafe work environment caused him to fall and injure his back and legs.
HOUSTON – The alleged negligence of a fork lift driver is blamed for injuries in a collision with a vehicle in Harris County.
HOUSTON – A Harris County couple alleges their deposit was not refunded by an events center after damages caused by Hurricane Harvey prevented them from having their event there.
Patient of The Woodlands plastic surgeon files suit over alleged injuries from breast implant surgery
HOUSTON – A patient has filed suit against a plastic surgeon in The Woodlands over allegations that she was injured by a breast implant surgery.
HOUSTON – An estate representative of a late Harris County woman alleges that a rehabilitation center failed to properly monitor and provide care to her.
HOUSTON – A Houston property owner alleges a contractor failed to complete work on home and refused to refund his money.
HOUSTON – A Houston man has filed a complaint against his former employer over allegations his age was a factor in his termination.
HOUSTON – A Houston woman alleges a fall at a restaurant in the city caused a broken arm.
HOUSTON – A Pasadena woman alleges she was injured at an apartment complex because of an unsecured carpet.
Watercrest at Kingwood resident alleges facility failed to clean liquid on restroom floor that caused fall
HOUSTON – A resident of an independent living retirement community in Kingwood alleges she sustained fractures to her leg in a fall in a restroom.
HOUSTON – A Houston At Home store customer alleges she was injured when an office chair she was testing collapsed.
BUTLER SNOW: Scott K. Field to Moderate Panel at Texas Aggie Bar Association’s 20th Annual Conference
Butler Snow is pleased to announce Scott K. Field will moderate a panel at the Texas Aggie Bar Association’s 20thAnnual Conference March 1-2 in College Station, Texas.
HOUSTON – A Harris County woman has filed a lawsuit alleging that she suffered a chemical burn during a hair appointment almost two years ago, recent Harris County District Court records show.
McALLEN – Only three months ago, a sitting member of Congress signed a “modified” contingency fee contract to represent Hidalgo County in a construction defect lawsuit – a possible ethics violation.