A Clay County dog owner attacked by her own pet will receive a $160,000 settlement from the agency that allowed her to adopt it. Elizabeth Seymour sued the KC Pet Project in connection to injuries she received from an American ...Read More »
The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District said July 23 that a judge can’t throw out a $43,000 judgment he issued by mistake without first giving the parties a chance for a hearing. Tequea Fisher purchased a 2003 Ford Explorer ...Read More »
A woman and her daughter will see no award from the Jackson County jury that heard their allegations of mechanical problems with a vehicle they purchased from an Independence dealership. Plaintiffs Laura Vaughn and her daughter, Montana Beyers, alleged in ...
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The Penn Warranty Corp. successfully fought off a $4 million class-action claim asserting it bilked customers who bought vehicle-service contracts guaranteed by the company. Jackson County Judge Charles McKenzie on May 24 ruled against the plaintiffs in nearly every assertion ...Read More »
The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District ruled Sept. 25 that an insurance company was not obliged to cover a $1.2 million judgment against a nursing school. Judge Philip M. Hess wrote in his opinion that while the nursing school’s ...Read More »
A St. Louis County jury has determined that a BMW dealer did not hide damage from buyers of a used vehicle. “[The plaintiffs] cited the certified pre-owned checklist where certain items were repaired or replaced on the car as part ...Read More »