A jury agreed with Misty Horner’s parents that her death could have and should have been prevented.
The St. Louis, Mo. law firm of Brown & James has agreed to pay $800,000 to settle a malicious prosecution lawsuit filed by attorney Daniel P. Finney Jr.
A Missouri jury has returned a verdict for a Capitol Police officer who alleged retaliation for complaining about sex discrimination at her job.
Merck & Co. has agreed to pay at least $39 million into a fund to settle a Missouri class action over the marketing of the anti-inflammatory drug Vioxx, according to a tentative settlement agreement.
The recent settlement that ended hundreds of Missouri nuisance claims against hog farms could be worth at least $39 million, according to the defendant company’s public statements and filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Missouri Supreme Court has suspended the law license of Cape Girardeau, Mo. attorney Scott Reynolds, who pleaded guilty to third-degree domestic assault two years ago.
A Missouri technician who was severely shocked while servicing a heat pump has won a $13.6 million verdict, though he was held 40 percent at fault for his injuries.
A Jackson County, Mo. jury has awarded almost $10 million to a Kansas City man who was injured in a 2008 accident at the Saint Luke’s Health System Crittenton Campus.
A Jackson County, Mo. jury has returned a $1.5 million verdict against a Lee’s Summit nursing home in the September 2007 death of an 88-year-old woman.
A Jackson County, Mo. judge approved a $3 million settlement for the parents of a 21-year-old mentally disabled man killed during a gas station disturbance in 2010.