KANSAS CITY – A Kansas City photographer is suing a law firm for allegedly using one of his images of the city's downtown on its website without permission or payment.
ST. LOUIS – A former steelworker and pipe fitter alleges exposure to products that contained asbestos caused him to develop cancer.
ST. LOUIS – A visitor at St. Louis elementary school alleges that uneven steps caused her to fall.
ST. LOUIS – Three individuals injured in a collision while traveling in a rental car allege they are entitled to uninsured motorist coverage since the driver fled the scene.
Daughter files wrongful death suit against Beauvais Manor Healthcare & Rehab Center over woman's care
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis nursing facility is alleged to have failed to provide a former resident the skilled care required for a superior quality of life.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man is seeking damages from three individuals over allegations they failed to yield and collided with his vehicle.
ST. LOUIS – A former employee of a cheese producer alleges he lost his job as a production supervisor because of his disability.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis customer alleges a bank charges account holders a fee for using a debit card and that it is not authorized to make these charges.
ST. LOUIS – An Illinois woman alleges she was unlawfully imprisoned by a hospital after her husband's death until she underwent a psychiatric evaluation.
KANSAS CITY – A Missouri-based market research company recently filed a federal suit against a national polling firm alleging trademark infringement.
Neosho-based feed industry vitamin maker seeks injunction claiming former employee stole trade secrets
JOPLIN – A Missouri manufacturer and distributor of vitamins and nutritional additives to the animal feed industry petitioned for an immediate injunction against two former employees and a competing company in a recently filed federal suit alleging theft of trade secrets.
KANSAS CITY – An Exeter lumberyard's suit claiming that a $1.3 million sawmill system it bought was not capable of doing the job the seller claimed it would was recently moved to the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
ST. LOUIS – The owner of a stolen vehicle alleges the city of St. Louis recovered the vehicle in 2016 and the city did not notify her of it until August of this year.
ST. LOUIS – A woman alleges she sustained injuries to her head, neck and shoulder when her vehicle was struck by a St. Louis employee.
ST. LOUIS – Two business owners allege they were damaged because of the advice of a St. Louis law firm.
ST. LOUIS – A Chesterfield man alleges he was injured in two separate collisions in St. Louis caused by the negligence of two drivers.
ST. LOUIS – A passenger seeks more than $50,000 from two individuals over a collision in St. Louis she alleges caused her injury.
ST. LOUIS – A woman whose vehicle was rear-ended in St. Louis is seeking damages from two other drivers involved in the collision.
ST. LOUIS – Three passengers allege they were injured when the vehicle they were traveling in was struck by a driver who failed to yield.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Charles driver is alleged to have driven too fast for the conditions before striking two vehicles in St. Louis.