ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man alleges that a South Barrington, Illinois resident caused him injury in a St. Louis auto accident.
News from January 2019
ST. LOUIS – A woman alleges she was injured at a St. Louis hospital because of water on the floor.
ST. LOUIS – A man is seeking more than $25,000 from a motorist who allegedly struck him while he was riding a bicycle in 2014.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Suspended Lebanon attorney Jeffrey Bryan Allen has been disbarred following a Jan. 9 Missouri Supreme Court corrected order following multiple professional misconduct allegations.
ST. LOUIS – A couple alleges the husband developed mesothelioma as a result of asbestos exposure during his career.
Armstrong Teasdale proudly announces that the equity partners of the firm have elected Paul Croker, Scott Galt and Sarah Sise to equity partner.
MVP Law expresses its deepest condolences upon the passing of John J. Jurcyk, Jr. His loss will be deeply felt within the firm, as well as among the community and his professional colleagues.
Husch Blackwell partner Steve Levine has been named by 5280 as a Top Lawyer in Marijuana Law.
The Lanier Law Firm’s courtroom victory that saw $4.69 billion awarded to 22 ovarian cancer victims and their families has been named the No.1 Most Impressive Plaintiff Verdict of 2018 by Courtroom View Network.
A Missouri judge has recently upheld the award of 4.7 billion dollars in damages to twenty-two victims of ovarian cancer against Johnson & Johnson.
CAPE GIRARDEAU – A bank remains one of the defendants in an Ohio pharmaceutical company's lawsuit to collect on hundreds of thousands of dollars in alleged debt following a federal judge's recent decision in the case.
New attorney general says state will get more than $27,000 in settlement with Neiman Marcus over data breach
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri's new attorney general recently announced a $1.5 million multistate settlement with Dallas-based retailer Neiman Marcus over a 2013 data breach that reportedly involved 1.1 million credit and debit cards.
ST. LOUIS – A Warren County motorist alleges her insurer had no reasonable cause or excuse to refuse to pay her the amounts she alleges she is owed under her policy.
ST. LOUIS – An insurance company is seeking $30,000 from a St. Louis driver over a collision with a pedestrian in 2016.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man alleges his vehicle was wrongfully repossessed.
ST. LOUIS – An Illinois man alleges a St. Louis company terminated him from his position as a welder after he filed a workers' compensation claim.
ST. LOUIS – A former maintenance mechanic alleges asbestos exposure during his career caused him to develop lung cancer.
Freedom Center of Missouri says St. Louis imposing impractical regulations regarding feeding the homeless
Two men recently filed a federal lawsuit after they were given a ticket for feeding bologna sandwiches to the homeless in St. Louis, seeking to change the city's rules about food distribution.
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri's new attorney general said in an amicus brief he recently filed with the state's highest court that "de facto debtors' prisons" in the state "must end."
Judge allows ‘non-frivolous’ claims against John Cochran Veterans Affairs Medical Center to go forward
ST. LOUIS - The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri recently said a man suing the John Cochran Veterans Affairs Medical Center and medical professionals can pursue his medical negligence case in forma pauperis, which allows him to forego paying filing fees.