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Customer alleges Kroger's negligence caused fall

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 24, 2019

GALVESTON — A Galveston County woman is suing Kroger, alleging she was injured when she tripped and fell over items on the floor ground at the defendant's store in Friendswood.

Employee alleges construction company's negligence led to broken leg

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 24, 2019

HOUSTON — A Harris County man is suing a construction company, alleging he broke his leg due to negligence.

Houston medical building alleges contractor's negligence resulted in property damages

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 24, 2019

HOUSTON — The owners of a Houston medical building are suing a contractor, alleging the defendants' negligence resulted in property damages.

Lawyer alleges client owes $7,300

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 24, 2019

HOUSTON — A Houston lawyer is suing a client, alleging she failed to pay $7,300 for the services legal he delivered.

Pharmaceutical company alleges former employee stole trade secrets

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 24, 2019

HOUSTON — A pharmaceutical company is suing a former employee alleging she stole trade secrets.

Man sues neighbors after falling through back porch

By David Yates | Apr 23, 2019

BEAUMONT – A Fannett man is suing his neighbors, claiming he fell through their back porch deck.

Texas Supreme Court rules in favor of BoyarMiller client, overturns 80 year-old case law for probate applicants

By David Yates | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON – The Supreme Court of Texas delivered an opinion April 12 that changed the interpretation of a Texas law that has existed since 1879 stating that an applicant for probate is charged with the failure of any predecessor to probate a will before them.

Petition seeks man’s asbestos exposure history at Texaco

By David Yates | Apr 23, 2019

BEAUMONT – A petition was recently filed seeking a man’s asbestos exposure while employed by Chevron/Texaco.

Mom sues for $1M after child injured at birthday party

By David Yates | Apr 23, 2019

BEAUMONT – A mom seeking up to $1 million in damages is claiming her minor child was injured at a birthday party.

Company alleges League City landlord locked them out of property

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

GALVESTON — A company is suing its League City landlord, alleging it was deprived access to a building and its inside property.

Coastal Field Services wins defense verdict in suit over ownership interests

By David Yates | Apr 23, 2019

BEAUMONT – Coastal Field Services recently achieved a defense verdict in its favor following a week-long trial over ownership interests in Jefferson County.

Seaman alleges company's negligence led to 13-foot fall aboard ship

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON — A Mississippi seaman alleges an energy company's negligence led to injuries aboard a vessel.

Motorist blames another driver for causing Baytown crash

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON — A Baytown motorist is suing the driver of an oil field services tractor and truck, alleging he failed to slow down in traffic and caused a crash.

Flea market retailer blamed for Pasadena fire

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON — A group of business owners are suing the proprietors of a Pasadena flea market, alleging they caused a fire to break out.

Couple alleges they were sold home with undisclosed extreme water damage

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

GALVESTON — A Galveston County couple is suing a real estate company, alleging they were sold a home with extreme water damage but were never told about the damages.

LOCKE LORD LLP: Texas Lawyer Features Elizabeth Lang-Miers on Her Return to Locke Lord as Partner and Director of Attorney Development

By Press release submission | Apr 23, 2019

Elizabeth Lang-Miers, a Justice on the Court of Appeals for the 5th District of Texas at Dallas until December 2018, was featured in an article highlighting her decision to rejoin Locke Lord as a Partner and Director of Attorney Development based in the Dallas office.

TEXAS SUPREME COURT: State Bar Says Farewell to Justice Phil Johnson

By Press release submission | Apr 23, 2019

Flanked by Texas Bar Executive Director Trey Apffel and Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht – and, as alwwys by his side, his wife, Carla – Justice Phil Johnson said his goodbye to Texas lawyers, his former colleagues and other judges and friends Wednesday in a crowded reception at the Texas Law Center.

Customer blames Palais Royal store in Galveston for injuries

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

GALVESTON — A customer is suing Palais Royal, alleging she was injured when she tripped and fell into a clothing rack at the defendant's store in Galveston.

Worker blames employer for oven door injuries

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON — A Hawaii man is suing a shipping company, alleging that he was injured when an oven door aboard ship closed on him.

Customer accuses auto dealership of lying, misusing loan

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 23, 2019

HOUSTON — A Harris County man is suing an auto dealership, alleging a loan was misused and he was lied to.

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