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Elderly Pa. man, West Virginia widow file separate asbestos claims in Phila. court

By Jon Campisi | Mar 27, 2013

William J. Filandino and his wife, Edith, who reside in Bridgeport, Pa.The Filandino complaint, filed by Philadelphia attorney Edward M. Nass, of the firm Howard, Brenner & Nass, says that on Feb

Family of elderly woman who died from scalding injuries sues home restoration, plumbing companies

By Jon Campisi | Mar 26, 2013

Ilona Le and her son, Alex Le, are suing Northeast Philadelphia-based Rapid Restoration LLC and Edward Hughes and Son, Inc.The plaintiffs are being represented by Philadelphia attorney James R

Boy Scouts, Hershey Creamery Co. sued over 'catastrophic' injuries to boy

By Jon Campisi | Mar 26, 2013

-based New Birth of Freedom Council Inc. and Keystone Council Inc.; and Harrisburg-based Hershey Creamery Company over the injuries young Kevin Grab sustained on Aug. 5, 2007. Kline and David K. 

Motorists sue Phila. Water, Streets depts. over injuries from construction hole incident

By Jon Campisi | Mar 26, 2013

Two city agencies are being sued by a driver and passenger who claim they became injuredafter driving their vehicle into an open construction hole smack dab in the middle of a roadway. 

Citrin Cooperman sues Internet Fitness for alleged breach of contract

By Jon Campisi | Mar 25, 2013

Attorney Francis X. Grimes, of the Jenkintown, Pa.The lawsuit claims that King of Prussia, Pa.-based Internet Fitness LLC and Internetfitness.com Inc.Citrin Cooperman claims that it is owed $52,500. 

Estate of man who died following stairway fall at daughter's home sues his own child

By Jon Campisi | Mar 25, 2013

The adult daughter of a man who died from injuries suffered during a fall at thedefendant’s house is being sued by her late father’s estate for wrongful death.Maria Gallelli, of Williamstown, N.J. 

Elderly woman dropped face-first from wheelchair sues paratransit agency in state court

By Jon Campisi | Mar 25, 2013

Mary Torelli, who was 79 at the time of the incident, claims that a worker with MV Transportation Inc., a Fairfield, Calif. 12, 2011, when she was dropped out of her wheelchair. 

Tyco Integrated Security files breach of contract claim against Phila. school

By Jon Campisi | Mar 25, 2013

30.The lawsuit says that the money was supposed to have been paid to the plaintiff for security services provided to the institution for the 2011 and 2012 school years.J. Markind. 

Judge denies plaintiffs' petition for new trial in workplace injury case

By Jon Campisi | Mar 22, 2013

A federal judge in Philadelphia has denied a petition for a new trial in a workplace injurycase that ended in a defense verdict.U.S. District Judge Petrese B.”“Mr.”

Yuengling given additional time to respond to Phila. tax complaint

By Jon Campisi | Mar 22, 2013

Attorneys for the City of Philadelphia embroiled in a tax case with prominent area beermaker D.G. Yuengling and Son Inc.Court records show that Richard L. Yuengling, Jr. 30.George R.David A

Former high-schooler alleges she was thrown off bus and abandoned in Atlanta during group outing

By Jon Campisi | Mar 22, 2013

Lashona Stanford, who resides in Woodlynne, N.J., contends in her lawsuit that on Oct. Hill. The case ID number is 130302671. 

Judge grants plaintiffs' request to amend property damage suit arising from electrical fire

By Jon Campisi | Mar 21, 2013

Donald and Loris Dalton, of Landenberg, Pa.-based McCourt Electric LLC and Spring Grove, Ill.-based Intermatic Inc.U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas J

Defense lawyer petitions federal court to move motor vehicle injury suit out of Phila.

By Jon Campisi | Mar 21, 2013

S. District Court to transfer the case out of Philadelphia and into the federal venue.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.J. The federal case number is 2:13-cv-01441-JP. 

ACLU: Phila. P.D. 'stop-and-frisks' still problematic despite '11 consent decree in class action case

By Jon Campisi | Mar 21, 2013

Philadelphia back in November 2010, there is still a very high rate of stops and frisks, about 45 percent, made without “reasonable suspicion. 6, 2012, the record shows. 15 to Nov

Judge denies plaintiff's request for attorneys' fees in successful civil rights case against PPD

By Jon Campisi | Mar 21, 2013

U.S. District Judge Joel H.Anderson also claimed to have been sprayed in the eyes with Mace and shocked with a Taser gun.The City of Philadelphia and Police Commissioner Charles H

N.J.-based Howmedica Osteonics faces product liability complaint over defect hip implant device

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2013

A Montgomery County woman is suing the makers of an artificial hip replacement systemover allegations that she sustained various injuries as a result of having had the device implanted into her body

Former Pa. lawyer who shot dead fellow hunter pleads guilty to being felon in possession of firearms

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2013

Federal authorities this week announced the guilty plea of a former suburbanPhiladelphia lawyer who shot a man to death during a hunting outing.That had previously already occurred.S.U.S

Berks Co. suit alleging kids' improper removal from home allowed to proceed, judge rules

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2013

A Berks County couple suing the Office of Children and Youth Services over allegationsthat the agency improperly removed their children from their care has survived a motion to dismiss the litigation

Sandusky prosecutor leaves A.G. Office job for private sector

By Jon Campisi | Mar 20, 2013

The lead prosecutor on the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse case in Centre County has leftthe Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office for a position with Berwyn, Pa.-based McAndrews Law Offices P.C.S.”

Pa. Inspector General leaves post for position as Univ. of Cincinnati general counsel

By Jon Campisi | Mar 19, 2013

Pennsylvania’s inspector general is leaving her watchdog position for a job as the toplawyer at a college in the neighboring Buckeye State.Gov.6 million. 18, 2011, on March 29

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