ST. LOUIS – An Indiana woman alleges she was injured at a St. Louis hotel because of a slick surface in the bathtub/shower unit
News from February 2019
ST. LOUIS – A motor vehicle passenger alleges a cab driver violated a red light before striking the vehicle in which she was riding.
ST. LOUIS – A cyclist alleges he was thrown 15 to 20 feet off of his bicycle when a driver struck him in Forest Park.
Hunter Construction Services alleges it is owed more than $75,000 for work on Drunken Fish Cutlery building
ST. LOUIS – A general contractor alleges it is owed more than $75,000 for work performed on a St. Louis property.
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A Navy veteran who worked as a missile technician is suing manufacturer 3M for problems caused by a defective earplug used in combat.
A Florida man is suing Camden County, claiming he has incurred more than $200,000 in medical bills and expenses after crashing his bicycle on an unmarked artificial ridge on a roadway.
The law firm of Lashly & Baer, P.C. announces that Brian J. Malone has been named a shareholder of the firm. Mr. Malone has been with the firm since 2016, he devotes his practice to assisting governmental bodies and public institutions in the St. Louis area.
Armstrong Teasdale is proud to announce that David W. Braswell has been elected managing partner of the firm.
Timothy A. Graham has joined Armstrong Teasdale's St. Louis office as of counsel. With more than 30 years of experience, Graham concentrates his legal practice in the areas of asbestos, toxic tort and civil litigation.
.Brett Sayers has joined the firm’s St. Louis office as an associate, providing advice to businesses and individuals in a variety of transactional and estate planning matters.
Wesley Fields is among a select group of executives named to the Business Journals’ “Influencers: People We're Watching in 2019” list. The list spotlights 100 businesspeople nationwide seen as poised to make headlines this year.
ST. LOUIS – Two individuals are seeking damages from an O'Fallon, Illinois man over a collision at a St. Louis intersection.
Former Mercer Health & Benefits employee alleges it failed to provided requested ergonomic support after surgery
ST. LOUIS – A Missouri woman alleges she was discriminated against by her former employer for exercising workers' compensation rights.
ST. LOUIS – A man alleges he injured his ankle, leg and foot in a fall on a patch of ice at a St. Louis property.
ST. LOUIS – A motorist is seeking damages from the city of St. Louis and two of its police officers over a collision that occurred in 2017 while the officers were in pursuit of a vehicle.
ST. LOUIS – A tenant of a St. Louis unit alleges deteriorated carpet on the stairs leading to his unit caused him to slip and fall.
A small group of highly paid experts, one of whom recently testified his firm has made $30 million offering mostly pro-plaintiff testimony, are the key ingredient for more than 10,000 lawsuits claiming talcum powder is laced with deadly asbestos, forming the tip of an inverted pyramid upon which the rest of the cases depend.
ST. LOUIS – A motorist alleges an insurance company has failed to pay him benefits he is entitled to over a collision with an uninsured driver.
ST. LOUIS – A pedestrian alleges a driver failed to keep a careful lookout before striking him at a St. Louis intersection.