Wells Fargo Bank has filed an application to foreclose on the property of Donald Hester, located at 1470 Hazel Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701.
Justice Anthony Kennedy WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Investors lost yet another U.S. Supreme Court battle over whether third parties charged with fraudulently helping lift a stock price can be held liable.
Texas women who have made notable achievements are being sought for nomination to the Texas Women's Hall of Fame.
A temporary restraining order has stopped the city of Beaumont from demolishing what one man is calling an "historical building."
In last week's column, I discussed a lawyer who's installing a shark tank in his office, straight out of the John Grisham movie "The Rainmaker." More and more, however, it seems that's no isolated instance of life imitating art in today's wacky legal system.
Dan Packard Usually the only defect at a Luby's cafeteria is the long line to get a serving of mashed potatoes. But one local resident claims a "defect" in the Luby's parking lot in Port Arthur caused her to trip and hurt her elbow.
Immersed in the belief that all judges need to return to the U.S. Constitution when evaluating cases, a hopeful Montgomery County attorney has made it his mission to become the next chief justice of the Texas Ninth District Court of Appeals.
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TEXARKANA -- After almost three years of litigation in an Arkansas circuit court, defendants have learned that the class representative in a suit against Bowflex did not even own a piece of the equipment.
Texas justices on the Ninth Court of Appeals upheld a trial court's decision that stopped ExxonMobil from being sued over an alleged scheme to deprive workers of insurance benefits for personal injuries.
George McLaughlin TEXARKANA Ã¯Â¿Â½ Although Sunbeam agreed to a settlement regarding the safety of its electric blankets, an attorney said the company's announcement of the settlement through the mail and in two national newspapers was not a sufficient way to notify plaintiffs.
First elected to the Texas Ninth District Court of Appeals in 2002, Chief Justice Steve McKeithen will face off with fellow Republican Jay Wright in the upcoming March 4 Texas primaries.
While thousands of residents in Port Arthur and across Southeast Texas endured hardship and headaches from Hurricane Rita, one Houston man only pretended to have damage in order to scam money from the federal government.
There seems to be no relief in sight for Countrywide Home Loans, as a West End couple has just filed a new lawsuit alleging that the lender stopped automatically withdrawing loan funds and wrongly foreclosed on their home.
Bryan Blevins During his career as a carpenter, Searr Delcambre presumably worked around asbestos. When he developed an "asbestos-related disease," he sued and received a claim.
Ryan Scott Brent Coon & Associates attorney Ryan Scott left a Jefferson County Courtroom empty handed Tuesday, Jan. 15, as jurors deemed his plaintiff client negligent for causing an automobile collision.
David Matthews TEXARKANA -- Texas resident Tammy Ledbetter suffered fatal injuries when the pickup truck she was riding in went into a spin and flipped. Her family believes the vehicle's accident was caused by a "violent blow-out" when the tread separated from the tire and are seeking $100 million in punitive damages for the "wanton and willful recklessness" of Cooper Tire and Rubber Company.
Justice Harriet O'Neill AUSTIN -- Insurers can't deny coverage if an insured is tardy in filing so long as the delay doesn't harm the insurer, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in a split decision Jan 11.
Upset that her daughter spilled out of a "moonwalk" when a gust of wind knocked the inflatable playpen over, Gricelda Alvarez has filed suit against the carnival operator and the mall that hosted the event.