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Pittsburgh court set to hear case of rhinoplasty patient allegedly photographed without her permission
PITTSBURGH – The case of a rhinoplasty patient who alleged that photos of her in a pre-operative and operative state were taken and published publicly without her consent by her doctor and his medical office is heading to trial this fall.
PHILADELPHIA – After a continuance, arbitration proceedings have been rescheduled for a matter involving a North Wales plaintiff who claimed Farmers Insurance failed to insure her for losses due to wind and water damage at her property.
PHILADELPHIA – One of the manufacturers and retail defendants in a case involving a plaintiff who claimed to receive an electric shock from a Toastmaster coffee pot, has filed a joinder complaint to add another company to the brew.
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a Bensalem man suing Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and claiming a faulty Dodge Charger he rented malfunctioned on the highway and crashed is headed to arbitration next week.
PHILADELPHIA – An arbitration hearing has been slated in the case of an H&M customer who allegedly suffered spinal injuries in an accident at their Upper Darby store location and sued the retailer in a Philadelphia court.
Claustrophobia as a disability: Employee sues fireworks company for not providing him an office with a window
PITTSBURGH — A longtime employee's federal lawsuit against his former employer for allegedly failing to accommodate his condition of claustrophobia follows a series of similar cases introduced since a change in disabilities law in 2008.
A Pennsylvania Supreme Court committee is proposing a new rule that will help medical malpractice lawyers, but a look at the makeup of the committee shows five lawyers, including its chair, who work at firms that file medical malpractice cases.
HARRISBURG – Business and legal reform groups are calling on the state Supreme Court to uphold a specific application of a law that governs how defendants split the check when a plaintiff verdict comes in - opposing a so-called "carve-out" that would keep the law from applying to asbestos cases..
PHILADELPHIA – The alleged victim in an assault and battery incident that allegedly took place at Paoli Hospital earlier this year recently withdrew her claims without prejudice.
MARSHALL DENNEHEY WARNER COLEMAN & GOGGIN: Marshall Dennehey Named a 2019 "Best Law Firm" in Multiple Practice Areas by U.S. News - Best Lawyers® -- Firm's Appellate Practice is ranked both nationally and regionally for the first time
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has been named a "2019 Best Law Firm" in multiple practice areas, both nationally and across numerous regions of the country, by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®.