HOUSTON – A Harris County woman alleges new floors in her house need to be replaced because they were not properly installed.
News from January 2019
BEAUMONT – A disaster recovery services business is alleged to have failed to pay workers for their overtime work.
BEAUMONT – A Jefferson County woman alleges she was injured at a Walmart in Beaumont because of liquid on the floor.
HOUSTON – A Texas attorney has lost a bid to have his suspended license restored by the Commission for Lawyer Discipline.
HOUSTON – A state district lawsuit accuses a fast food employee of failing to pay his employer wages he was erroneously paid.
HOUSTON – A Texas woman has won an appeal against the city of Houston in her case over a traffic collision with a police officer.
LTE Submission RE: Hail attorney indicted on charges of insurance fraud, barratry and money laundering
It’s unfortunate that some individuals are continuing to take advantage and profit off of others when they are most vulnerable— following an accident or a weather-related event. Barratry, commonly referred to as “ambulance chasing,” has been illegal for years. And even with new threats of harsher penalties, this practice still exists.
HOUSTON – A Houston homeowner is seeking more than $1 million over an allegedly leaky roof from the business who installed it.
GALVESTON – A Galveston County woman is suing a Bay Area Houston daycare facility on allegations it subjected her son to abuse.
HOUSTON – An early 2017 shooting at a Subway restaurant which claimed the life of a male employee is the subject of a woman’s state district lawsuit.
HOUSTON – Claiming that he suffered an anxiety attack as a result of a bad elevator ride, Harris County resident Dejuan Davis has filed a lawsuit.
HOUSTON – A Pasadena man is seeking more than $200,000 from the owner of a parking lot after he was injured in a fall while he was walking to his car.
HOUSTON – An appeals court has reversed in part a lower court's ruling in a suit involving The Methodist Hospital and a physician over allegations a patient was administered the wrong anesthesia.
HOUSTON – A state appeals court has reversed part of a trial court's decision that dismissed a former law student's claims against Texas Southern University over his dismissal from law school.
HOUSTON – An Austin television station has challenged a local woman’s defamation lawsuit against it, recent Harris County District Court records indicate.
The Houston office of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has been named a 2018 Top Workplace by the Houston Chronicle.
Is it Beyoncé’s fault that some of her fans are blind? Is the performer a “public accommodation,” like a hotel, restaurant, or department store? Is it society’s obligation to rectify all misfortunes in life’s lottery? These questions may seem silly, but they lie at the heart of a cottage industry of abusive class-action litigation against websites pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, a well-intentioned but poorly conceived—and horribly drafted—law that continues to generate unintended consequences decades following its passage in 1990. Computer users afflicted with various disabilities—blind consumers seem especially litigious—regularly sue companies hosting websites that allegedly aren’t sufficiently “accommodating” of their condition. Beyoncé and her website (beyonce.com), through her management company, became their latest target.
HOUSTON – A cryotherapy session gone wrong has prompted a Harris County woman to pursue legal action.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - The Department of Justice's recent effort to toss lawsuits it says it wasted hundreds of hours investigating is emblematic of a strategy under President Donald Trump to rein in trial lawyers who are using a federal whistleblower law to seek millions of dollars.