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Montgomery County landlords seeking over $100K in alleged overdue costs from MMA training school

PHILADELPHIA – A Montgomery County property management company is seeking to recoup more than $100,000 from an MMA training school, which allegedly defaulted on its building lease in Philadelphia.

Man says he was assaulted outside Walnut Street's Irish Pub, sues it and management for negligence

PHILADELPHIA – A Huntingdon Valley plaintiff who claims to have been jumped outside a Center City, Philadelphia pub and sustained serious injuries, has sued the establishment, its owners, manager and the alleged assailant for collective negligence.

Parents of student molested at Gwynedd-Mercy Academy sue school

PHILADELPHIA – A private Catholic school in Lower Gwynedd Township, its operators and sponsors are now facing a major negligence lawsuit from the parents of a seventh-grade female student who was allegedly sexually molested multiple times by one of the school’s now-former (and convicted) IT workers both on and off-campus.

Professionals allege neighbors illegally accessed their property, disabled their electricity and conducted demolition

PHILADELPHIA – A pair of Old City, Philadelphia property owners, including a practicing attorney, have filed litigation against their next-door neighbors, claiming the adjoining property unlawfully accessed their building, caused the loss of electrical power and conducted unlawful demolition work which harmed their building’s structural integrity.

Philly food service firm says accountants' improper practices left it with over $70K in back taxes

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia food service company claims it was left on the hook for over $70,000 in local, state and federal back taxes, when its accounting firm negligently and erroneously prepared its tax return paperwork.

Lawsuit: New York contractor allegedly defaulted on equipment lease agreement

PHILADELPHIA – In a new state court lawsuit, a Pennsylvania-based equipment leasing company has alleged that a New York contractor has defaulted on a financial agreement the parties entered into back in late 2016.

Hair salon's faulty color treatment led to permanent injuries, suit alleges

PHILADELPHIA – A woman who claimed to suffer permanent physical injuries after a hair color treatment gone awry in a Philadelphia salon has sued the hair salon and its parent company for damages in state court.

Philadelphia Eagles facing suit from spectator allegedly injured by drunk fan at game in 2016

PHILADELPHIA – On the heels of winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the very first time against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, the Philadelphia Eagles are now also facing a civil lawsuit from a fan claiming to have been severely injured at one of their games in 2016, when an intoxicated fellow fan passed out and fell on top of her.

Flying umbrella at Moriarty's leads to lawsuit

PHILADELPHIA – A customer of a popular Irish-themed pub in downtown Philadelphia, who received serious injuries when struck by an outdoor table’s flying umbrella, has sued the pub and its owners for damages.

West Philadelphia apartment complex shouldn't have allowed dog who bit him on its premises, plaintiff says

PHILADELPHIA – A Chinatown resident has initiated legal action versus a West Philadelphia apartment complex, its management and one of its residents, whose pet mastiff dog allegedly attacked the plaintiff without provocation last summer.

Plaintiff seeking Guard Insurance Group's indemnification in underlying complaint

PHILADELPHIA – A city property owner is seeking a declaratory judgment for insurance coverage to indemnify him, in an underlying personal injury action whose subject incident occurred at his residence four years ago.

Lawsuit: California finance group violated state and federal laws in pursuing credit-related debt

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia plaintiff has accused a California finance company of improperly pursuing an alleged debt against him, and violating federal and state laws in the process of doing so.

Pa. woman says Redken hair spray canister exploded and disfigured her, sues Redken and L'Oreal

PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania woman claiming to have been disfigured by a defective canister of Redken-brand hair spray, which allegedly exploded underneath her sink when she was cleaning her bathroom, has initiated legal action against both Redken and its parent company, L’Oreal cosmetics.

Roofing company claims defendants failed to secure proper insurance for construction project

PHILADELPHIA – A local roofing company is pursuing both financial damages and a declaratory judgment to reinstate its insurance coverage, claiming that defendants who were trusted to select proper insurance policies for it failed to do so.

Lawsuit: Construction company's alleged negligent practices led contractor to suffer near-amputated hand and broken foot

PHILADELPHIA – A contractor who suffered a nearly-amputated hand and fractured foot after a catastrophic accident on a Philadelphia construction site is suing the company involved for negligence-related damages.

Families of men murdered on Bucks County farm file wrongful death lawsuits against alleged killers, their family and businesses

PHILADELPHIA – The families of three men said to have been brutally murdered by Cosmo DiNardo and his cousin Sean Michael Kratz on the DiNardo Family farm in Bucks County last summer filed wrongful death litigation this week against DiNardo, Kratz, DiNardo’s family and their businesses.

NYU Law sending free help to 10 Dem AGs for environmental causes; Marcellus Shale group 'alarmed' at message

NEW YORK – Democratic state attorneys general, like Pennsylvania's Josh Shapiro, are getting free help from New York University School of Law to bolster their environmental causes, though a Commonwealth business advocacy group worries this results in important work being outsourced to an out-of-state entity.

Injured trackman reaches settlement with Conrail and Norfolk Southern in FELA litigation

PHILADELPHIA – A settlement was reached in the case of a Pennsylvania man who worked in multiple capacities for a pair of major rail transport companies and claimed they violated the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA), by putting him in a long-term career environment which caused him permanent injury.

Bed bugs settlement worth $2,000 for minor with alleged injuries

PHILADELPHIA – Recently, a settlement was obtained prior to arbitration between a group of Philadelphia tenants, including a minor plaintiff, and their former apartment management company for negligence, in a case connected to allegations the company did not protect the plaintiffs from being attacked by bed bugs.

Trucker who allegedly suffered arm and shoulder injuries in trailer yard incident settles with defendants

MEDIA – After first being sent to federal court, the case of a plaintiff suing beverage companies for premises liability allegations which he said caused him to suffer serious arm and shoulder injuries in the course of his employment with a trucking company, was settled.