PHILADELPHIA – The owners of a local townhome community believe a Philadelphia landscaping company they contracted with to complete various tasks at their property did not complete the work, in spite of accepting over $20,000 related to the jobs in question.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff who lost two fingers of her left hand allegedly in an injection molding machine at a Tastykake factory has sued the entities she believes are responsible for her severe amputation injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – A local building products manufacturer is seeking to recoup multimillion-dollar damages from a polymer-producing company which allegedly provided it with a faulty compound and therefore, made the plaintiff’s siding inadequate.
PHILADELPHIA – The owner of a commercial property in Birdsboro claims a counseling firm negligently allowed a destructive fire to occur on the premises, and its insurance company failed to cover the resulting damages and costs.
PHILADELPHIA – A residential housing development association has accused two Philadelphia contractors of contractually agreeing to perform a number of improvements at the plaintiff’s property and not following through on doing so.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff alleges Fiat Chrysler Automobiles violated a number of commerce regulations when it sold him a new Dodge Ram truck with mechanical issues not able to be remedied after two repair attempts on the dealer’s part.
PHILADELPHIA – A bridge, building and station mechanic for Amtrak has alleged the train transportation company of violating the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by not providing a safe workplace, which he believes caused his serious shoulder injuries.
HARRISBURG – The Attorney General’s Office has announced it plans to appeal a Philadelphia Municipal Court judge’s recent decision to dismiss criminal charges against the engineer of an Amtrak train which derailed in that city in 2015.
PHILADELPHIA – The parents of a young girl from Montgomery County who suffered leg injuries after allegedly being run over by a golf cart have filed legal action against the athletic club they feel is responsible for the accident.
PHILADELPHIA – An investor in a local palm oil sales business believes he was instead sold a bill of non-delivered goods, and has filed legal action to recover the sum of his initial investment, $20,000.
PHILADELPHIA – A Pennsylvania-based equipment leasing company believes a pair of defendants from Chicago are indebted to it for more than $19,000, after their alleged default on a lease agreement entered into last year.
PHILADELPHIA – A Travelers Companies policyholder alleges the company did not provide coverage benefits according to the terms of the policy when the plaintiffs suffered storm, windstorm and smoke-related damages to their property.
PHILADELPHIA – An Indiana-based recreational vehicle (RV) manufacturer and a Hatfield-based RV dealer face charges of violating state and federal commercial sale laws, from a plaintiff who believes the vehicle he was sold contained several mechanical non-conformities.
PHILADELPHIA – An electrical company is seeking the enforcement of a default judgment against a group of its debtors that it claims redirected funds for the express purpose of escaping the judgment in excess of $283,000.
PHILADELPHIA – The estate of a former signalman for both Conrail and Amtrak says those companies violated the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by exposing him to toxic substances and causing him to contract a fatal case of colon cancer.
PHILADELPHIA – The parents of a young boy allegedly injured on an inflatable water slide while attending a birthday party have initiated legal action against the company responsible for the slide’s operation and maintenance.
PHILADELPHIA – Sixteen plaintiffs allegedly injured in the collapse of a railing at a concert featuring rap music stars Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg in nearby Camden, N.J. in August 2016 are pursuing damages against concert promoter Live Nation National Event Service and Khalifa himself.