News from March 2019

Customer blames Costco for fall at Houston store

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 13, 2019

HOUSTON — A customer is suing Costco, alleging he was injured when he fell in a on a puddle of water.

Worker alleges she was injured by falling foam block

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 13, 2019

HOUSTON — A Fort Bend County woman is suing her employer, alleging she was injured at a worksite when a foam block struck her on the head.

Patron says bar and grill's fluorescent light fixture fell on him

By John Suayan | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON – A west Houston bar and grill has been named in a patron’s personal injury lawsuit, recent Harris County District Court records show.

Court docs: on the job incident resulted in Sysco employee losing finger

By John Suayan | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON – A local wholesale company specializing in the marketing and distributing food products to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, hospitality businesses, and other companies that provide food service is facing a personal injury lawsuit from an employee who claims an on the job incident last year resulted in the amputation of his right long finger, according to recent Harris County District Court records.

Woman alleges pit bull attacked, mauled her

By John Suayan | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON – The law firm Morrow & Sheppard LLP in Houston has filed a state district lawsuit on behalf of a woman who claims injuries from a canine attack last month, recent Harris County District Court records show.

Shopper sues flea market over trip and fall

By John Suayan | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON – A Harris County woman’s visit to an east Houston flea market last year ended in a trip and fall, according to a state district personal injury lawsuit.

Worker's hand injury could have been prevented with advanced warning about malfunctioning elevator, suit asserts

By John Suayan | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON – Asserting that he sustained an on the job hand injury which could possibly lead to permanent nerve damage, Brazoria County resident David Grayson has pursued legal action.

From Legal Newsline

Johnson & Johnson, not asked to testify on talc, alleges Congressional hearing was biased against it

By John Breslin | Mar 14, 2019

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Johnson & Johnson, a company facing enormous liability concerns stemming from thousands of lawsuits that claim there is cancer-causing asbestos in its products, believes a Democrat-led House hearing on the alleged dangers of talc and consumer products was biased against it.

Visitor blames fall on Houston medical facility

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON — A Huffman woman is suing a Houston medical facilty, alleging she was injured by a dangerous stopped-up gutter situation that was not remedied.

Worker alleges management's negligence caused fall, injuries at well site

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON — A Florida man is suing a Houston company, alleging he was injured at a west Texas well site due to management negligence.

Teacher alleges she was terminated based on gender

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON — A teacher is suing school districts, alleging she was terminated based on her gender.

Car passengers allege they were run into by Galveston school bus

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

GALVESTON —Two vehicle passengers are suing the Galveston school district, alleging their car was struck by a negligent school bus driver.

Family member's death allegedly caused by doctor who failed to prescribe proper treatment

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

GALVESTON — Family members are suing doctors, alleging a woman's death was caused after a doctor misread test results and failed to order a cardiac catheterization.

Law firm alleges doctors group failed to provide promised services

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON — A law firm is suing a doctors group, alleging it was was harassed and not provided the services it was promised.

Teacher accused of soliciting 13-year-old online gets arrest record expunged

By Charmaine Little | Mar 14, 2019

HOUSTON -- A former Texas teacher who fought for the expunction of his arrest for soliciting a minor online won his case in a lower court and in the Texas First District Court of Appeals on Feb. 28.

Brian Cummings helps patients, families find justice in malpractice cases

By Sponsored Content | Mar 14, 2019

A resident physician’s undetected error may have cost a patient her life during treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center – just the type of case Nashville attorney Brian Cummings seeks to address.

Recent patent infringement cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas

By John Suayan | Mar 15, 2019

Mar. 14 MARSHALL DIVISION 2:19-cv-00085-JRGGEOGRAPHIC LOCATION INNOVATIONS LLC V. THE TALBOTS, INC.

Appeals court affirms decision regarding revocation of concealed handgun license following DWI guilty plea

By Charmaine Little | Mar 15, 2019

A man whose concealed handgun license was revoked by the Texas Department of Public Safety after he pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated recently lost his appeal when the 14th Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s ruling.

Lawsuit: water ride at popular Galveston attraction caused man to sustain traumatic brain injury

By John Suayan | Mar 15, 2019

HOUSTON – The law firm Wham & Rogers, PLLC in The Woodlands has filed a state district lawsuit on behalf of a Texas man who claims that he was injured during a visit to a well-known Galveston tourist attraction, recent Harris County District Court records show.

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