This Just In: Jefferson County

By David Yates | Dec 29, 2007

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  • William Paul vs. CMC Recycling

    PA - John Morgan, J - Bob Wortham

    William Paul claims CMC Recycling "failed to maintain the situation" by "permitting" its forklift driver to strike him and slice off two of his fingers. Paul filed suit against Commercial Metals Co.

    Case No. A180-928

  • Latosha Diggles et al vs. Autumn Cove Apartments et al

    PA - Jonathan Harris, J - Gary Sanderson

    A Beaumont woman says she and her young son slipped and fell down a flight of stairs because the stairs were "negligently maintained."

    Latosha Diggles has filed a personal injury suit against the Autumn Cove Apartments and Virtu Investments, claiming the companies allowed her apartments to "become very unsafe and dangerous."

    Case No. B180-930

  • Melvin Franklin vs. Tin Inc.

    PA - Don Caggins Sr, J - Bob Wortham

    Melvin Franklin might think twice when he hears the saying, "You can't have your cake and eat it too." Franklin is suing Tin Inc. for $1 million, claiming a piece of salt cake fell and hit him, while doing scaffolding work at Tin Temple Inland.

    Franklin is also suing for past and future mental anguish, pain, impairment, lost earnings, disfigurement and medical costs, plus all court costs.

    Case No. A180-938

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