A New Jersey man is suing an aviation services firm located at Philadelphia International Airport for injuries he sustained after falling on snow and ice that he alleges had failed to be cleared from the premises.
The parents of a boy who allegedly fell and injured himself at the city-owned housing complex at which the family once resided is suing the Philadelphia Housing Authority for injuries they say their son suffered as a result of the May 28, 2007 accident.
A Philadelphia woman is suing a New Jersey car dealership and a man who gifted a vehicle to her for conspiring to steal back the car from her and selling it behind her back.
A Philadelphia diner is being sued by a former patron who alleges she sustained throat lacerations after choking on a piece of plastic that had been cooked into her meal.
A Philadelphia woman is suing the PECO Energy Co. for injuries she sustained after coming into contact with loose cable wires while walking the city streets.
A Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury found that a company dealing in asbestos did, in fact, deploy products known to be defective and harmful, but was not directly responsible for a deceased man’s lung cancer diagnosis six years ago.
A Philadelphia woman is suing both the School District of Philadelphia and the city for injuries she sustained after falling on a portion of defective sidewalk in front of a school building.
A Philadelphia resident has filed a premises liability lawsuit against the Philadelphia Daily News and its parent company for injuries she suffered after tripping over a bundle of newspapers.
A Delaware woman has filed a lawsuit against Mercedes-Benz, USA, LLC and one of its employees alleging assault and battery, claims that date back to a January incident in which the plaintiff says she was groped while shopping for an automobile.
An eight-member Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas jury began deliberating May 23 in the liability phase of an asbestos mass tort claim that was first filed six years ago.
A Florida man who says his recent lung cancer diagnosis can be traced to asbestos fibers inhaled while working for the now-defunct Bethlehem Steel Corp. has filed a mass tort civil claim in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.