James Bowen has filed suit after sustaining a serious injury on a water slide at Universal's Volcano Bay.
On August 29, 2019, a Harris County resident filed a complaint against Autonation Ford Katy also known as Texan Ford Inc. in a Harris County district court, alleging injuries sustained as a result of a slip and fall incident on the dealership's premises.
Currently, Texas is leading the nation in the number of drowning accidents involving children. Particularly, Harris County is the most frequent location of child related drownings.
On June 5, 2019, a Galveston County resident filed a complaint against Moody Gardens, Inc. ("Moody Gardens") as a result of injuries she alleges she sustained on an ice slide while visiting Moody Gardens with her family.
A female motel guest was injured on April 30, 2018 after pieces of the ceiling collapsed and fell onto her while she showered in her motel room.
On February 20, 2019 a lawsuit was filed in a Galveston County District Court against Moody Gardens, Inc. and the City of Galveston. In the lawsuit, the Plaintiff alleges multiple causes of action against both defendants.
A Kroger customer filed a lawsuit in the Galveston County District Court against the grocery store for injuries she suffered while shopping there. Filed on April 23, 2019, the lawsuit involves an accident that took place in May of 2017. Apart from suing Kroger, the customer also brought an action against the manager of the store where the incident occurred.
A customer was injured on January 19, 2019 while shopping at a local home goods store when an office chair collapsed as she seated herself to test the chair.
A rash of fires has struck the Houston area lately, and one claimed the life of a deaf man.
In July of 2015 3-year-old Stephanie Martinez fell approximately five stories to her death at an Embassy Suites in Anaheim, California. Stephanie and her family were visiting California on a trip to Disneyland. Stephanie's parents, Jesus Martinez Avila and Alejandra Sandoval Duran, brought a lawsuit against the hotel's owners and the property management company that controlled the premises on the date of the fatality. The lawsuit alleged negligence against the defendants which resulted in the death of the toddler.