Monthly Archives: July 2011
A Tennessee woman who alleges she sustained various physical ills and injuries because of a botched medical procedure is suing those who were charged with her professional care.
A Philadelphia man who alleges he sustained injuries after what he maintains was an unlawful arrest is suing the City of Philadelphia and a handful of municipal police officers.
A 20-year-old West Chester man who drove his company pickup truck into the back of a vehicle driven by a man from South Jersey is being sued in federal court, as is his employer.
A Luzerne County, Pa. man who claims he was not hired as manager of a suburban Philadelphia municipality because of his membership in the U.S. Army reserves is suing the locality in federal court.
A Harleysville, Pa. man who claims he sustained serious injuries after getting hit by a car while attempting to cross busy Delaware Avenue in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia is suing the contractor who was allegedly responsible for blocking the plaintiff’s view, as well as others.
A Philadelphia man has filed an assault and battery lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the city’s former archbishop for sexual abuse he allegedly sustained while a minor.
A Bucks County public schoolteacher filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against his employer July 25, alleging discriminatory treatment because of his diagnosed depression.
A New Jersey man who alleges he injured himself on railroad tracks while working for Amtrak is suing the National Railroad Passenger Corp.
A California doctor specializing in geriatrics testified for the plaintiff’s in a medical malpractice trial at Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Wednesday, saying he believes a now-deceased man’s death could be directly attributed to the care he received at various area medical facilities.
A Philadelphia woman who claims to have suffered bodily injuries after slipping on a puddle of water at a building that is part of the University of Pennsylvania Hospital is suing the groups that own and manage the property.