MARSHALL -- While traveling down University Boulevard in Tyler on Nov. 28, 2006, Rebecca Perdue's 1995 Nissan Pathfinder was caught in a three-vehicle collision. After hitting another vehicle, Kenneth Smith's vehicle crashed into Perdue's Nissan.
Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. has filed an order for foreclosure application on the property of Edward Bernard Cooley.
Alleging their Constitutional rights have been violated, a band of national physicians have retaliated against the entire Texas Medical Board (TMB) by filing a federal lawsuit.
Jonathan Harris A Beaumont woman says she and her young son slipped and fell down a flight of stairs because the stairs were "negligently maintained."
As 2007 mercifully draws to a close, I cannot help but reflect on the many legal milestones that distinguished this past year Ã¯Â¿Â½ pivotal court decisions, groundbreaking legislation, etc. But what about those moments in the legal realm that were just plain wacky? Don't they deserve a little recognition, too? I think so.
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.
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.
MARSHALL -- After being fired for watching a movie during his lunch break, a TCEQ employee is claiming the termination was really because of his race in a federal lawsuit.
Money can drive even rich people to do surprising things.
The U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform has launched a new Web site, "I am Lawsuit Abuse," created to voice the concerns of small business owners and everyday people who have been impacted by frivolous lawsuits.
Orig. Filing Date: 12/13/2007 Certificate #: 71879
MARSHALL Ã¯Â¿Â½ Oklahoma gas container manufacturer Blitz USA is facing three new product liability suits alleging its containers exploded and seriously injured users. The company claims the fires were the result of the consumers' misuse of the gasoline containers.
Texarkana resident B. Eugene Guthery, M.D., claims he invented a formula to sanitize poultry using organic acids that allow it be used in meat for human consumption. But Dr. Guthery alleges that when he contacted the supplier of the organic acid he needed for his invention, the supplier took his idea and had its own patent issued.
Marshall Division, Eastern District of Texas
A suspended elementary assistant principle will ask Judge Patrick Clark, 128th District Court, on Dec. 31 to mandatorily reinstate her to her position.
Markeshia Stagg has filed a personal injury lawsuit against Super Motel 8, alleging the motel allowed a duplicate key to her room to fall into the hands of several thugs, who easily waltzed into the room and assaulted her.
Death usually follows the confusion and chaos that hurricanes cause. More than two years after Rita, Christene Denison has filed a wrongful death suit against Pinehurst Nursing and Rehabilitation and Daybreak Venture, claiming the companies failed to provide medical care to her mother during the storm.