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PHILADELPHIA – A private Catholic school in Lower Gwynedd Township, its operators and sponsors have settled litigation brought by the parents of a seventh-grade female student who was allegedly sexually molested multiple times by one of the school’s now-former and convicted IT workers, both on and off-campus.
PHILADELPHIA – A Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) flagman alleges his employer violated the Federal Employers Liability Act through its conduct in allowing a fallen stop sign to cause him to suffer severe leg injuries, while the agency argues that it is immune from the litigation.
PHILADELPHIA – The ex-office manager for a Philadelphia doctor’s office claims she was unlawfully terminated for requesting workers’ compensation benefits in response to a workplace injury she suffered last year.
Comcast's negligence in maintaining cable wires caused plaintiff's injuries, suit says; Verizon claims no connection
PHILADELPHIA – According to recently-filed litigation, negligence exhibited by Comcast, Verizon and the City of Philadelphia through the improper securing and maintenance of cable wires on a property in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood, led one plaintiff to be injured.