A local rice producer has filed suit against a milling company over an unpaid account.
MARSHALL -- After a 45-year career as a press operator for multiple newspapers and print shops in Baltimore Md., Neil Kelly was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia in April 2005 and died only seven months later on Nov. 16, 2006.
As the Lamar Advertising slogan says, "you can drive away but you can't turn us off." According to some Nederland property owners, you can't get them off your property once they put up a billboard either.
MARSHALL Ã¯Â¿Â½ A collision between a train and a log truck in East Texas resulted in a lawsuit filed by the train conductor against not only the trucking company he believes is at fault, but also against the railroad company he claims failed to provide for his safety.
David Starnes An exploding stovetop splashed scalding hot water all over Ena H. Davis's face. Davis claims her three minor children, who witnessed the incident, were traumatized.
The family of an Orange man who died after a cardiac defibrillator implant have sued the manufacturer, alleging the device was defective.
GALVESTON -- A Houston area couple has filed suit against several chemical and polymer companies, alleging that years of asbestos exposure led to the man's malignant pulmonary cancer.
A Port Arthur woman has filed suit against two Beaumont residents, alleging she was allowed to fall while walking down a ramp.
Beaumont's Reaud, Morgan & Quinn law firm launched a new class action against Valero Energy, alleging the oil giant circumvented paying its contractors overtime by classifying workers' wages as "per diem."
Nearly two years ago, R.J. Wortham Jr. purchased a new jet ski from Golden Triangle Cycle Center. When his new toy sputtered out on him, Wortham brought it back for repairs, along with another allegedly defective jet ski.
Provost Umphrey attorney Keith Hyde filed a benzene suit on the behalf of a widow who lost her husband to leukemia last year.
The widow of a former carpenter has filed suit against Chevron USA, claiming the oil company negligently and maliciously exposed her late husband to asbestos.
This week's lesson in workplace litigation risk management: be sure to take care when hiring men who aspire to be women.
Ann Huff joined a unique group this month when she became the first woman chief of the Beaumont Fire Department. The appointment makes Huff one of four female chiefs in Texas and one of 36 in the United States.
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U.S. Bank National Association has filed for an application to foreclose on the property of James and Janie Kelly, located at 560 Carnahan Place, Beaumont, Texas 77707.
Dustin and Rachel Gonzalez have filed suit against Legacy Housing Ltd., claiming the company brought them a Wind Zone Category 1 mobile home when they purchased a Wind Zone 2 home.
Gerald Treece Houston's South Texas College of Law became the first American law school to win 100 national Advocacy competitions, an April 7 press release from the school stated.