Monthly Archives: August 2011
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Max Baer’s recent comments about a Lackawanna County judge who may have to answer to the Court of Judicial Discipline to (CJD has raised the ire of legal observers.
Two Northwest Philadelphia residents are embroiled in a lawsuit stemming from a rear-end vehicle collision that took place two years ago in the city’s Germantown section.
A couple from Royersford, Pa. have filed suit against a slew of companies specializing in the manufacture and distribution of asbestos-containing products, alleging the husband’s diagnosis of mesothelioma this past spring was directly related to his years of exposure to the fiber.
A Philadelphia man who alleges that the attack on the part of a local police captain and another officer left him with numerous physical injuries is suing those who allegedly perpetrated the violence against him.
An Ohio man who has worked for the Consolidated Rail Corporation since the mid 1970s has filed suit against the company, alleging years of hard labor led him to develop various physical injuries.
Pfizer and Wyeth are once against facing a civil claim over the much-litigated diet pill Phen-Fen, this one filed at Philadelphia’s Common Pleas Court on Aug. 26 by an Indiana couple and their four children.
A Philadelphia woman who claims she suffered a host of physical injuries after falling outside of a city Shop Rite supermarket is suing the company in civil court.
A Philadelphia woman is suing a fellow city resident for injuries she sustained after being struck by the defendant’s vehicle while both were driving along Route 1.
A New Jersey woman who claims she became injured after being shoved by a fellow concert-goer at a Philadelphia sports venue has filed a civil complaint in Pennsylvania state court.
A woman in charge of the estate of a man who was struck and killed by a vehicle on a road once designated the worst thoroughfare in the country is suing those allegedly responsible for his death.