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HARRISBURG – A Stewartstown woman alleges her late husband's insulin pump malfunctioned and caused his death.
CRANTON – A Florida woman has filed suit against an East Stroudsburg nursing home over the care given to her late mother.
WILLIAMSPORT – An insurance company is seeking damages from a Mifflinburg woman after a candle started a fire at a rental property.
SCRANTON – A Clarks Summit woman alleges her claim for long-term disability benefits was wrongfully terminated.
SCRANTON – A Tunkhannock man is alleged to have failed to pay in full the amount of disability benefits he was overpaid.
SCRANTON – Pennsylvania counties are joining the nationwide explosion of litigation against the makers of prescription painkillers that has been fueled by private attorneys who could be in for a massive payday.
HARRISBURG – A Colorado corporation alleges a Pennsylvania company and Montana company damaged it via a breach of contract.
SCRANTON – A Moosic limited liability company alleges it was not paid in full for a loan.
HARRISBURG – An insurance company has filed suit against a federal employee for damages it paid to a driver after a collision in Dauphin County.
SCRANTON – A Frackville woman alleges that she is disabled and her claim for disability benefits was wrongfully denied.
HARRISBURG – A Wyoming, Pennsylvania, company is alleged to have failed to pay contributions per a bargaining agreement.
HARRISBURG – A Jonestown couple are seeking damages after a home appliance allegedly caught fire and damaged their property.
A self-proclaimed ladder liability expert testified on behalf of plaintiff Dennis Mercurio, affirming, among other observations, that the ladder in question in his lawsuit – like all ladders – is potentially dangerous.
SCRANTON — A Red Line man is suing an employer, citing alleged unpaid wages and violation of applicable minimum wage law, state law and workers' compensation acts.
WILLIAMSPORT — A Pennsylvania corporation is suing two companies, citing alleged breach of contract.
SCRANTON — A labor union is suing a sheet metal company, citing alleged breach of contract.
HARRISBURG — An employee has filed a class action lawsuit against an employer, citing alleged unpaid wages, violation of state law and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.
HARRISBURG – A Missouri man alleges his credit reputation and score has been damaged by inaccurate information on his report.
SCRANTON – A Texas author alleges that his work was infringed on by a Wilkes-Barre college and an Easton man on Twitter.
WILKES-BARRE – A Salem Township company is alleged to have retaliated against two employees after they reported a workplace injury.