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Attorney George Vokolos filed a motion to withdraw his appearance on Aug. 24 for defendant “Robert Pearce," who, in fact, was Bensalem resident Richard Pearce.
Plaintiff wants an accounting of the defendant's assets and any payments received by him to be held in escrow, pending resolution of the case.
The former machine operator at Tredegar Film Products claims he attained the proper medical documentation and notified his supervisors of his inability to work.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane says insurance fraud is "one of the most costly crimes" in the nation.
A Pennsylvania woman is Red Roof Inns, alleging violation of disability law.
Attorneys argue communication with their clients has been "difficult."
Defendants were directed to forward a check within 20 days of an Aug. 12 motion; the settlement still has not been paid.
Judge Matthew D. Carafiello wants to know why a court order authorizing settlement for a mother and her daughter allegedly injured at an area child care facility hasn’t been followed.
A couple is suing an Ortanna woman over backing out a real estate deal attached to an Adams County home that has allegedly cost the couple more than $15,000.
Frederick Mutual Insurance argues defendant Masterkey Construction Company is immune due to the Workers' Compensation Act.