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Man alleges Skinker Boulevard collision injured neck, back

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis individual alleges his back and neck were injured in a rear-end collision in the city.

Motorist alleges trailer operated by Spire Missouri driver backed into car, caused injuries

ST. LOUIS – A man alleges he incurred more than $11,000 in medical expenses for injuries he sustained when a tractor-trailer backed into his vehicle.

Company alleges it suffered $90,000 in damages for truck lost in fire at Broadway Ford Truck Sales

ST. LOUIS – A Potosi company alleges the negligence of a St. Louis business caused the destruction of its vehicle in a fire.

Motorist seeks more than $25,000 from John Redecker Trucking over I-70 collision

ST. LOUIS – A motorist alleges the driver of a tractor-trailer failed to operate the vehicle in the proper lane and caused a collision.

Kansas attorney reciprocally disciplined following allegations regarding employee's IRA

JEFFERSON CITY – Lawrence, Kansas attorney Brandy L. Sutton has been suspended indefinitely following a May 16 Missouri Supreme Court order following her suspension in Kansas over allegations that she mishandled an employee's retirement account.

Seven Missouri attorneys reinstated follow brief suspensions over tax issues

JEFFERSON CITY – Seven attorneys practicing in Missouri have been reinstated following their suspensions earlier this month for tax issues, according to recent and separate orders issued by the Missouri Supreme Court.

Woman alleges injuries after rear-end collision in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – A woman alleges she suffered injuries to her leg, neck and back after her vehicle was rear-ended in St. Louis.

Emmis Communications Corp. alleges it is owed more than $38,000 for advertising time

ST. LOUIS – A media and broadcasting company alleges it was not paid for advertising time by a St. Louis corporation.

Couple claims State Farm breached contract

ST. LOUIS – A couple is seeking underinsured motorist benefits from their insurer.

Motorist alleged to have negligently drove at excessive rate of speed in St. Louis crash

ST. LOUIS – A woman is alleged to have accelerated at a red light and cause a rear-end collision in St. Louis.

Man alleges pit bulls owned by St. Louis resident attacked him

ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis resident is seeking damages from the owner of two dogs over allegations the dogs attacked and injured him.

Judge rules Service Team of Professional franchisees not subject to Missouri jurisdiction

KANSAS CITY – U.S. District Judge Beth Phillips of the Western District of Missouri has ruled that former franchisees of Service Team of Professionals Inc. are not subject to personal jurisdiction in Missouri because the requirements of the state's long arm statute and due process were not met in a suit filed earlier this year.

Forklift driver seeks more than $25,000 from St. Louis after equipment fell through sidewalk and into basement

ST. LOUIS – An Alpha Brewing Co. employee alleges he forklift he was using to deliver product to a vendor during the Rise Up Festival fell into a building's basement because the sidewalk collapsed.

Woman alleges head, neck were injured in St. Louis rear-end collision

ST. LOUIS – A motorist alleges she was caused to strike the vehicle in front of her when her vehicle was rear-ended by another in St. Louis.

Judge grants summary judgment to Bosch in suit over house fire

ST. LOUIS - U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri Judge Catherine Perry has granted summary judgment to Bosch Thermotechnology in a case brought by a couple whose lake house was destroyed by fire due to an allegedly defective water heater.

Oak River Insurance Co. has no duty to defend used car dealer that settled for $19 million, judge rules

KANSAS CITY – U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Western Division Judge Greg Kays granted summary judgment to Oak River Insurance Co., agreeing that the company owed no duty to defend or indemnify a used car dealer that settled class action claims for $19 million over alleged deception in repossessing cars.

Court of Appeals reverses dismissal in favor of borrowers in class action that originated 18 years ago

KANSAS CITY – The Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District has reversed a Clay County Circuit Court ruling that had dismissed class action claims against Century Financial Group and other lenders.

Court of Appeals dismisses appeal in case involving conservator of woman’s estate

ST. LOUIS – A Missouri appellate court judge has dismissed an appeal in a case involving a conservator of a disabled, incapacitated woman’s estate.

Minors file wrongful death suit against Shell, manager over father's death

ST. LOUIS – Two minor children are seeking damages from a St. Louis business and its general manager after their father was fatally shot there.

Mother seeks damages from Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital after son never regained consciousness after surgery

ST. LOUIS – An Illinois woman alleges her son never regained consciousness after a surgery and says negligence is a factor.