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Driver alleges she was injured in two separate auto accidents in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – A driver and vehicle owner allege they sustained damages in two separate collisions in St. Louis.

Bemiston-Carondelet Corp. shuttle bus passenger alleges she was injured when bus struck underpass

ST. LOUIS – A New Jersey woman alleges she was injured when a shuttle bus she was riding in collided with an underpass near Busch Stadium in St Louis.

Woman alleges GEICO failed to offer reasonable amount for collision injury claim

ST. LOUIS – A woman alleges she was injured in an auto accident in St. Louis and that her insurer has refused to pay her a reasonable amount under her policy.

Man alleges distracted driver caused head-on collision in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – A driver alleges a distracted High Ridge man caused a head-on collision in St. Louis.

Antioch Community Church denied use of digital sign

Antioch Community Church has lost an appeal against the Kansas City Board of Zoning Adjustment to place a digital sign in front of its church - a sign that has been there since 2010.

Supreme Court rules man filed timely claim against debt collecting attorney

A Missouri Supreme Court judge has reversed a lower court’s decision to dismiss a debt collection case against an attorney for LifeSmile Dental Care.

Judge affirms $600,000 award to Johnson Controls for legal costs in slip and fall case

A Missouri appellate court judge has affirmed a trial court’s judgement to award Johnson Controls over $600,000 for its legal expenses related to a personal injury lawsuit.

Judge allows peach farm's Monsanto, BASF herbicide lawsuit to go forward

A lawsuit against Monsanto and BASF corporations over the spraying of dicamba dirt that allegedly damaged neighboring crops will move forward after a federal judge denied a motion to dismiss the case.

Failure to answer lawsuit costly for landlord, Vogler Law Firm

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri Eastern Division ruled in favor of a man who was evicted by his landlord and claims to have incurred 98 cents in actual costs against one of the defendants.

Overly informative credit card receipts not enough to sustain Exxon Mobil lawsuit

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Exxon Mobil Corporation and two private convenience store operators who printed more information than was necessary on customer credit card receipts.

Judge limits trooper testimony in Toyota rollover lawsuit

A federal judge has partially denied a motion to exclude the testimony of a trooper who investigated a rollover accident that resulted in a lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corporation.

Appeals court affirms dismissal of defamation claim against Washington University doctor

A defamation suit that was dismissed against an oncology doctor at Washington University School of Medicine has been affirmed by the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District.

Court: No liability in St. Louis jail suicide

ST. LOUIS - In an appeal filed April 12, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the ruling of a lower court in holding the city of St. Louis and Shelley Sharp, a corrections officer, without liability in the case of Norman Whitney, Jr., who hanged himself while in custody at the St. Louis City Justice Center in August 2014.

Media strategist picks up where law schools fall short

Law school teaches future attorneys many things about the law, but they don't teach how to market their firm or interact with the media.

Kansas law holds sway over pedestrian hit by car in Missouri

A pedestrian who was struck by a driver in a rental vehicle will not see an arbitration award of $4.1 million following a ruling by the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.

Man alleges collision with Golden Eagle Spotting Co. driver left vehicle undrivable

ST. LOUIS – A driver is seeking damages from a Hannibal company and a St. Clair County, Illinois man over a collision in St. Louis.

Wrongful death suit filed against General Gasket Corp., Goodyear Tire & Rubber

ST. LOUIS – The surviving spouse and children of a man employed as pipefitter are seeking damages from several companies over allegations that asbestos exposure caused his cancer and death.

Missouri NFIB supports civil litigation bills, director says

JEFFERSON CITY – In the wake of a bill in Wisconsin dealing with changes to civil litigation guidelines being signed into law, Brad Jones, Missouri state director of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), said his organization is supportive of two similar bills introduced to the Missouri Legislature.

Driver alleges speed was a factor in I-55 auto accident

ST. LOUIS – An Edwardsville, Illinois man is alleged to have driven too fast and caused a collision on Interstate 55 in St. Louis.

St. Louis physician names Johnson & Johnson, others in asbestos injury suit

ST. LOUIS – A physician alleges he developed mesothelioma as a result of asbestos exposure during his career.