Jun 192009
 June 19, 2009  Posted by  Business, Court, U.S.

A Wood River electric company has filed two new separate class action lawsuits against a chiropractor’s office and a real estate company, alleging the office and company sent unsolicited faxes to it, causing a waste of paper and employee time.

Both complaints by Locklear Electric are nearly identical and were filed on the same day in Madison County Circuit Court. With these new suits, Locklear has now filed at least seven class action lawsuits over unsolicited faxes since February 2005.

In one of the complaints, Locklear Electric says it received a faxed advertisement from Theodore Lay and Norma Lay, doing business as Ted Lay Real Estate Agency, on June 13, 2006, without Locklear’s permission.

In the other lawsuit, Locklear says it received another faxed advertisement from Taylorville Chiropractic Clinic on Sept. 25, 2006.

Read more in The Madison Record.

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