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Delaware County may hear crash case that left motorcyclist with serious injuries

Lawsuit may be moved if the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas approves the defense’s motions for preliminary objections.

Paralyzed mason's accident lawsuit lacks jurisdiction, defense counsel says

Counsel for a concrete company and the equipment companies it utilized contend the January accident the lawsuit revolves around happened in New Jersey.

Pizza restaurant's attorneys seek dismissal, or transfer, of accident lawsuit

Lawsuit alleges shop driver was on the job when he struck a pedestrian.

Defense says Delaware-based negligence lawsuit has no place in Philadelphia

Plaintiff alleges she slipped and fell on wet tile inside of a Delaware Royal Farms store.

Debate over venue marks Devon trip-and-fall lawsuit

A hearing on the negligence case’s venue selection will be held in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas this week.

Defense counsel says crash suit belongs in Delaware County, plaintiff attorney says objection is untimely

Counsel for the defendants in a motor vehicle accident want the case moved to a more “proper” venue of Delaware County.

USGA moves for suit filed by injured U.S. Open spectator be sent to Delaware County

Counsel for the United States Golf Association (USGA), a local golf course and building contractors are seeking to have the lawsuit filed by an injured guest of the U.S. Open tournament two years ago transferred to Delaware County.

Amputee's case against Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom should be heard in Lehigh County, defense says

Allentown’s Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom water park and its contractors have petitioned to have a lawsuit resulting from a man’s leg being amputated moved to the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas.

Defense counsel seeks transfer of case alleging icy tumble at gymnastics school

A negligence lawsuit against a gymnastics school could be headed to Bucks County, if a defense motion in the case is successful

Condo, management, landscaping companies want suit sent to Delaware County

Three separate defense attorneys for a condominium complex, property management and landscaping companies accused of negligence are seeking to move a lawsuit filed against them to Bucks County.

Slip-and-fall plaintiff wants City of Philadelphia to pay settlement funds

A plaintiff who claims she fell on a Philadelphia sidewalk in 2012 is seeking to recover $3,000 she asserts the City agreed to pay her in a settlement reached in June.

Tire store argues for removal from property damage and seizure action

Following a prior approved continuance from the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, a petitioner who believes it was falsely named in a property damage suit has the chance to be stricken from the case.

After continuance delay, sanctions hearing set to proceed in trip-and-fall case against Philadelphia

After a continuance granted last month, counsel for the City of Philadelphia have their opportunity to pursue a motion for sanctions against the plaintiff in a pending negligence litigation.

Commonwealth Court: State Farm wrong to terminate policy of customer previously guilty of underage drinking

Per a Sept. 24 ruling from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, a major insurance provider improperly terminated a vehicle policy for a client found guilty of underage consumption of alcohol.

Supreme Court reinstates terminated Turnpike Commission employee's Whistleblower Law case

On Aug. 31, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania remanded a whistleblower’s case against the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and two of its officers for further proceedings.

Insurance case remanded to Allegheny County for new trial

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has remanded an insurance case to the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas for a new trial.

Superior Court sides with coal company in couple's appeal

On Sept. 4, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania denied the appeal made by a Waynesburg couple against a coal company they felt didn’t have the right to construct a new mine under their property.

Mass tort filings decrease significantly this year, as of August

Mass tort lawsuit filings in Philadelphia’s Complex Litigation Center (CLC) have, so far, decreased significantly from 2014 to 2015.

Commonwealth Court vacates trial court order in remanding of condo case

Per a Sept. 18 ruling from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, a default judgment in excess of $16,000 now has the chance to be opened in its remanding to the Northampton County Court of Common Pleas.

Man facing $6K judgment files motion to set aside writ of execution

A defendant facing the levying of an out-of-state judgment in excess of $6,000 has filed a motion to set aside of a writ of execution seeking to enforce that judgment.