The mother of a Philadelphia boy who was allegedly injured after being shot during a gathering at a hall in Chester, Pa. has filed a personal injury claim against the venue and the man who was heading up security during the birthday bash.
A Lansdale, Pa. woman who claims she sustained a whole host of physical injuries after she was thrown from her motorcycle after driving over an un-level manhole cover has filed a personal injury claim against the company responsible for paving the roadway.
A Philadelphia man who alleges he was injured after being roughed up by a city police officer has filed an assault and battery lawsuit against the cop in state court.
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- A former Penn State professor has pleaded guilty to the charge of committing a $3 million federal research grant fraud.
Phila. judge rules insurance co. isn't responsible for potential punitive damages in assault and battery case
An insurance company who insures a bar and restaurant that is currently embroiled in litigation arising from an assault and battery incident in which a business patron became seriously injured after a scuffle with fellow restaurant-goers only has to cover the restaurant in a limited capacity, and does not have to indemnify the business for any punitive damages that may be awarded in the case, a state trial judge has ruled.
Two former Sunrise Senior Living employees sue retirement facility for discrimination and retaliation
A woman who claims she was fired from her job as a care manager at an area senior living facility because of her race has filed a federal discrimination complaint against her former employer.
A teenager with special needs who alleges two Philadelphia police officers beat him severely after they mistakenly suspected he was involved in the theft of a cell phone belonging to one of the officers’ friends has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia and the officers involved in the alleged assault.
Pennsylvania State University has filed a lawsuit against its insurance company, claiming the defendant breached its duties when it filed its own civil action against the educational institution late last month seeking a judge’s declaration that the insurer doesn’t have to cover the school in yet another civil suit filed by an alleged victim of accused child molester Jerry Sandusky.
A 27-year-old state constable from Berks County has been arrested and charged with having indecent sexual contact with a minor whom he befriended on a social networking website.
An Oklahoma woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by a fellow passenger while aboard a Greyhound bus heading from her home state to New York two years ago has filed a federal injury claim against the transit company.
A Philadelphia trial court judge has upheld an earlier court ruling that required a city hospital to produce patient information relating to a case in which a man is suing the healthcare facility and his former roommate for injuries the plaintiff sustained when the roommate fell on top of him.
A federal judge in Philadelphia has dismissed a complaint that had been brought forth by a fired security screener at Philadelphia International Airport who contended he should have been allowed to sue the Transportation Security Administration despite acknowledgments that his claim was not initiated in a timely manner.
A Bucks County, Pa. woman who worked for GNC for more than three decades before her firing earlier this winter has filed a federal age discrimination lawsuit against the Pennsylvania-based nutrition retailer, contending her termination was related to her age and complaints about reduced work hours.
The Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry has become the 15th organization of its kind nationwide to officially challenge President Obama’s national healthcare law.
A Montgomery County, Pa. man who was sexually assaulted when he was 13 years old at the hands of the man who took him in as an adoptive parent has filed a federal lawsuit against the perpetrator and Montgomery County officials.
PHILADELPHIA -- Amish farmer Daniel Allgyer operated a dairy farm located in Kinzers, Pa., but he closed it after a federal court judge said he violated the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and the Public Health Services Act.