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A Penn Hills couple is suing a subsidiary business of Emerson Inc., alleging serious injuries the wife sustained while working on the premises of one of its business units.
A Cumberland County resident is suing the U.S. Postal Service claiming that she was unjustly fired and that the union that represented her allegedly refused to back her claim.
A Philadelphia man is suing his former employer, alleging it failed to pay him overtime compensation.
Two African-American adults are suing a home building company and one of its representatives, alleging racial discrimination.
Counsel for the United States Golf Association (USGA), a local golf course and building contractors are seeking to have the lawsuit filed by an injured guest of the U.S. Open tournament two years ago transferred to Delaware County.
A negligence lawsuit against a gymnastics school could be headed to Bucks County, if a defense motion in the case is successful
Three separate defense attorneys for a condominium complex, property management and landscaping companies accused of negligence are seeking to move a lawsuit filed against them to Bucks County.
A plaintiff who claims she fell on a Philadelphia sidewalk in 2012 is seeking to recover $3,000 she asserts the City agreed to pay her in a settlement reached in June.
Following a prior approved continuance from the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, a petitioner who believes it was falsely named in a property damage suit has the chance to be stricken from the case.
A Philadelphia woman is suing Walmart, alleging negligence for severe injures she says she sustained at one of the retailer's stores.