CROWN POINT | A Lake Superior Court jury has awarded a Hobart couple a $455,563 judgment in a slip-and-fall case.
CROWN POINT | A Lake County police officer sued a local McDonald's alleging an employee spit on his chicken wrap and dropped it on the floor.
HAMMOND | A federal judge dismissed a civil lawsuit Gary residents had filed against the city's library board of trustees to prevent the main library from being turned into a museum, according to court documents filed Wednesday.
HAMMOND | An undisclosed settlement has been reached in the discrimination and retaliation case of a former East Chicago employee who sued the city, its former mayor and human services director.
HAMMOND| Gino's East is suing a Highland and Mishawaka franchisee for copyright infringement, claiming the locations have continued to use the company's branding after it terminated the franchise agreements weeks ago.
HAMMOND | The day after the federal government filed a civil suit against a local pharmacy claiming it did not properly document its prescriptions, the pharmacy's attorney has called the suit a "witch hunt."
CHICAGO | Chicagoland Baptist Church is suing Lansing, claiming the village is trying to keep the church from using a VFW hall, according to a complaint filed in federal court Tuesday.
HAMMOND | A Lake County man is suing Dyer's Hadady Corp., claiming he was terminated because he was a member of Indiana's National Guard.
HAMMOND | One of six plaintiffs alleging political retaliation under former East Chicago Mayor George Pabey's administration reached a settlement Tuesday with the city, and two more plaintiffs are expected to settle soon.
HAMMOND | In a slew of 22 motions filed over two days, a Kansas man accused of kidnapping a family member and bribing her to change her statements is now trying to sue the case's prosecutor for $1.2 million.
PORTAGE | A woman is suing her former employer, claiming her Portage co-workers wrapped her in packing plastic, paraded her around a warehouse and left her on a wooden pallet.
HAMMOND | A federal jury is hearing the case of a Portage diabetic who claims a former Burns Harbor police chief used excessive force against him, breaking his hip.
HAMMOND | A semi-quadriplegic Chicago man filed a federal civil lawsuit Monday against Lake County Sheriff John Buncich for allegedly violating the Americans With Disabilities Act.
CROWN POINT | The parents of a St. John woman killed in a collision with a truck hauling livestock have sued the truck driver.
On Thursday night a jury found Dr. Mark Weinberger liable in the death of a Valparaiso patient.
HAMMOND | Lake and Porter County women are suing a Las Vegas resort, claiming they were subjected to a bed bug infestation and asking for $750,000 in damages.
HAMMOND | A Porter County man is suing an industrial cleaning contractor, claiming his supervisor head-butted him, stole his lunch and reduced his hours because he is Mexican, according to court records.
HAMMOND | A white and Mexican Hammond couple are suing a Gary construction company, claiming it did nothing to remedy a hostile work environment where the pair were allegedly harassed for marrying outside their race.
HAMMOND | Parents of a hearing-impaired fifth-grader with a learning disability are suing Crown Point Community School Corp., claiming it failed to provide the child with an adequate educational program.
HAMMOND | A former Merrillville woman who claims she was fired from the Lake County High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force because of her sexual orientation is suing the agencies associated with the federal group.
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