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Medtronic Minimed Inc. alleged to have manufactured malfunctioning insulin products

HARRISBURG – A Stewartstown woman alleges her late husband's insulin pump malfunctioned and caused his death.

Administrator alleges Golden Living Center - Stroud failed to adequately treat mother

CRANTON – A Florida woman has filed suit against an East Stroudsburg nursing home over the care given to her late mother.

State Auto Property and Casualty Insurance Co. seeks more than $75,000 for damages allegedly caused by candle fire

WILLIAMSPORT – An insurance company is seeking damages from a Mifflinburg woman after a candle started a fire at a rental property.

Woman challenges American International Group's denial of disability benefits

SCRANTON – A Clarks Summit woman alleges her claim for long-term disability benefits was wrongfully terminated.

P&G Health & Longterm Disability Plan alleges it is owed more than $15,000 in overpaid benefits

SCRANTON – A Tunkhannock man is alleged to have failed to pay in full the amount of disability benefits he was overpaid.

Contingency fee lawyers team with counties to bring opioid lawsuits to Pennsylvania

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.

Spec-Tech-Sales Inc. alleges Harsco Industrial breached contract

HARRISBURG – A Colorado corporation alleges a Pennsylvania company and Montana company damaged it via a breach of contract.

UM Technologies LLC alleges $200,000 loan hasn't been repaid

SCRANTON – A Moosic limited liability company alleges it was not paid in full for a loan.

Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. seeks more than $4,000 from federal employee

HARRISBURG – An insurance company has filed suit against a federal employee for damages it paid to a driver after a collision in Dauphin County.

Madison National Life Insurance alleged to have wrongfully denied disability benefits

SCRANTON – A Frackville woman alleges that she is disabled and her claim for disability benefits was wrongfully denied.

Labor union funds alleged Aria Flooring breached bargaining agreement

HARRISBURG – A Wyoming, Pennsylvania, company is alleged to have failed to pay contributions per a bargaining agreement.

Shark Ninja toaster oven caused fire damage to property, Jonestown couple claim

HARRISBURG – A Jonestown couple are seeking damages after a home appliance allegedly caught fire and damaged their property.

Climbing the ladder to $u¢¢e$$

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.

Worker claims Bell-Mark Technologies didn't pay overtime wages

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.

Primus Technologies claims it received defective circuit card assemblies

WILLIAMSPORT — A Pennsylvania corporation is suing two companies, citing alleged breach of contract.

Mike Bevilacqua Sheet Metal accused to failing to make ERISA contributions

SCRANTON — A labor union is suing a sheet metal company, citing alleged breach of contract.

Sales manager claims Bell-Mark Technologies didn't pay overtime wages

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.

Man alleges NRA Group, Equifax is reporting inaccurate information on credit report

HARRISBURG – A Missouri man alleges his credit reputation and score has been damaged by inaccurate information on his report.

'Winning Isn't Normal' author alleges tweet from King's College coach infringed copyright

SCRANTON – A Texas author alleges that his work was infringed on by a Wilkes-Barre college and an Easton man on Twitter.

Labor secretary claims Susquehanna Nuclear retaliated against employees by reducing bonuses

WILKES-BARRE – A Salem Township company is alleged to have retaliated against two employees after they reported a workplace injury.