U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit Torts - Injury Cases

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 529
Kendall Harlson v. Brandon McKallip
as 17-2942
Plaintiff - Appellant: KENDALL LEE HARLSON
Defendant - Appellee: BRANDON KENNEDY MCKALLIP
Michelle Buerger v. Edward Ellis
as 17-2871
Plaintiff - Appellant: MICHELLE M. BUERGER
Defendant - Appellee: EDWARD D. ELLIS
E.G., v. Abbott Laboratories, Incorpora
as 17-2693
Plaintiff - Appellee: E.G.,, a minor, by CHRISTINA RAQUEL, individually and as parent and next friend of E.G.
Defendant - Appellant: ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED
Lefloris Lyon v. USA, et al
as 17-2675
Plaintiff - Appellant: LEFLORIS LYON
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, and its subordinate bureau, UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE
Joshua Strominski v. ArcelorMittal USA, LLC
as 17-2663
Plaintiff - Appellant: JOSHUA STROMINSKI
Defendant - Appellee: ARCELORMITTAL USA, LLC
Robin Austin v. Walgreen Company
as 17-2629
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROBIN AUSTIN
Defendant - Appellee: WALGREEN COMPANY
Dean Andersen v. Mark Vavreck, et al
as 17-2624
Plaintiff - Appellant: DEAN ANDERSEN
Defendant - Appellee: MARK VAVRECK, GONKO & VAVRECK PLLC, formerly known as Martineau, Gonko & Vavreck, PLLC
Roland Parker v. USA
as 17-2575
Plaintiff - Appellant: ROLAND J. PARKER
Defendant - Appellee: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Rhealyn Alexander, et al v. Abbott Laboratories, Incorpora
as 17-2503
Plaintiff - Appellant: RHEALYN ALEXANDER, individually and as parent and next friend of E. I., a minor, STACY BARTOLINI, individually and as parent and next friend of H. B., a minor, MONIQUE BENJAMIN, individually and as parent and next friend of J. B., a minor and others
Defendant - Appellee: ABBOTT LABORATORIES, INCORPORATED
Danny Ruark v. Union Pacific Railroad Compan
as 17-2429
Plaintiff - Appellant: DANNY R. RUARK
Defendant - Appellee: UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY

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