PHILADELPHIA — A nonprofit environmental organization is suing state and federal government agencies, citing alleged breach of duty.
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation News
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man injured by an errant sewer drainage cover claims that city’s agencies and state authorities were responsible for creating the conditions leading to his accident, while the state claims no control or responsibility for the accident site.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit filed by a potential class of Pennsylvania residents who have had their driver’s licenses suspended because of convictions on drug charges that did not involve a violation of traffic laws, according to an opinion issued on Sept. 25.
MEDIA — A pedestrian is suing the Township of Newtown, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Delaware County and Daniel Fledderman and Colleen Fledderman, citing alleged failure to warn, liability, and negligence.
PHILADELPHIA -- A federal judge has granted a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) motion for summary judgment in a discrimination case brought by a former employee who claims she was discriminated against based on her disability and gender.
MEDIA – The Delaware County Court of Common Pleas earlier this year signed off on a $250,000 settlement regarding a then-11-year-old boy who was hit by a train in Darby on his way to school even though the crossing gates were down and its lights were flashing.
PHILADELPHIA – A nonprofit organization is seeking to halt the destruction of a historical stone bridge in Bucks County.
PHILADELPHIA — The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania has reversed some decisions of a trial court regarding the case of a Philadelphia man who sustained injuries when his motor scooter struck an exposed and discontinued trolley track in 2013.
A state court recently affirmed the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's decision to deny a permit for an ad sign that was visible from State Route 322, citing a law that restricts billboards within 500 feet of an interchange.