HOUSTON — A Pasadena couple is suing a construction company, alleging that despite paying about $70,000 for work, the company has failed to finish the job.
HOUSTON — A Harris County woman is suing her former employer, alleging she was not given the severance pay she was entitled to after being terminated.
GALVESTON — A Galveston County real estate development company is suing a Hitchcock couple alleging they owe nearly $100,000 for a construction project.
HOUSTON — A Spring law firm is suing a client, alleging it is owed more than $2,000.
GALVESTON — A Friendswood couple is suing a roofing company, alleging substandard work.
HOUSTON – A local court reporting business has sued attorney William P. Ramney and the law firm Ramey & Schwaller, L.L.P. in Houston over what it asserts is a $22,000 debt, recent Harris County District Court records show.
HOUSTON — A student is suing her place of education, alleging she was subjected to discrimination and unfair treatment.
HOUSTON – A Harris County man has filed a state district lawsuit against a southwest Houston storage lot over what he claims were the thefts of his dump trailers.
GALVESTON – An alleged breach of a disposal agreement for waste disposal services has yielded a state district lawsuit.
HOUSTON — Two individuals are suing a Houston construction company, alleing the work was not done to expected standards and repairs were never made.
GALVESTON — A couple is suing a Galveston County property owner, alleging their rent was raised without warning and that their security deposit was not returned.
HOUSTON — A Houston couple is suing a construction company, alleging the defendants failed to complete repairs as was specified in the contract. .
GALVESTON — A Galveston County trasnportation company is suing an employee, alleging breaking an ownership agreement.
GALVESTON — A Galveston County fencing business is suing a company it hired for a project, alleging it failed to complete the agreed-upon work.
HOUSTON — A teacher is suing school districts, alleging she was terminated based on her gender.
SHERMAN — A publishing company is suing a business partner, alleging breach of contract.