PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey-based fire and water restoration services firm has launched legal action to recover more than $47,000 in unpaid damages connected to a professional contract it entered earlier this year.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia plaintiff claims in a recently-filed lawsuit that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles violated a number of federal and state commerce regulations, when it sold them a new Dodge vehicle with a non-working engine and other defects.
PHILADELPHIA – Father and daughter plaintiffs from Scranton have filed a lawsuit against a furniture store corporately based in that same city, after they were supposedly attacked and bitten by bed bugs on a couch the father rented.
PHILADELPHIA – An audio, video, lighting and staging company is attempting to recover $13,000 in compensation it says a customer never paid it, after said company provided professional services for an event held in Baltimore, Md. this past August.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia woman is suing a local Baptist church and its affiliated private school, after her young daughter was allegedly jumped in the hallway by a group of students and seriously injured.
PHILADELPHIA – The wife of a deceased trackman and foreman for Conrail alleges the defendants violated the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by exposing her late husband to toxic substances and causing him to develop fatal myelodysplastic syndrome.
PHILADELPHIA – A contractor severely injured in a collapse at a Collegeville residence serving as his work site, has begun litigation against the companies responsible for securing the site as safe for all personnel on hand.
PHILADELPHIA – A Bensalem seafood distributor is pursuing legal action against a North Philadelphia restaurant, claiming it breached an agreement made to provide compensation in exchange for seafood supplied to the restaurant.
PHILADELPHIA – A driver for popular ride-sharing app Lyft has sued the entity and its insurance companies for allegedly not approving his claims for first-party benefits after he was injured on the job.
PHILADELPHIA – Rite Aid and its subsidiaries have initiated legal action against a facility management business and a pair of insurance companies, for allegedly not indemnifying and defending them from an underlying personal injury lawsuit.
PHILADELPHIA – A Fairless Hills litigant initiated legal action against the Toyota automobile company, saying a vehicle he purchased vibrated when proceeding at certain speeds and when braking, among other defects it exhibited during use.
PHILADELPHIA – A new class action lawsuit accuses a therapeutic professional staffing agency and its owners of violating the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law (WPCL) by allegedly not paying full commissions to their sales representatives.