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Brian Cummings helps patients, families find justice in malpractice cases

By Sponsored Content | Mar 14, 2019

A resident physician’s undetected error may have cost a patient her life during treatment at Vanderbilt University Medical Center – just the type of case Nashville attorney Brian Cummings seeks to address.

Attorney Brian Cummings brings compassion to personal injury cases

By Sponsored Content | Feb 22, 2019

Nashville attorney Brian Cummings dedicates his life's work to helping people who are injured or those who have lost someone due to the negligence of others.

Dollar Store shopper sues alleging fall near entranceway

By Philip Gonzales | Jan 8, 2019

PITTSBURGH — A woman is suing Dollar General Corp., a chain of variety stores, citing alleged negligence and premises liability.

Consumer with disability claims Dollar General Store fails to comply with ADA

By Philip Gonzales | Dec 13, 2018

PITTSBURGH — A consumer with a disability has filed a class action lawsuit against Dollar General Corp., citing alleged disability discrimination.

CVS will not face class action from former pharmacy techs; Philly judge won't certify class

By Takesha Thomas | Sep 3, 2018

A former CVS Pharmacy technician lost a renewed class action to recoup wages lost during certification classes.

Judge dismisses defamation and false imprisonment suit filed against Dollar General

By Nicholas Malfitano | Aug 27, 2018

PHILADELPHIA – The lawsuit brought by a man who felt he was accused of theft and defamed by the management of a Dollar General store in Philadelphia has had his case thrown out through a Judgment of Non Pros.

Ford brake parts not responsible for asbestos-related death, appellate court rules

By Takesha Thomas | Aug 7, 2018

The widow of Pittsburgh resident, who claimed asbestos exposure killed him, lost her appeal in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania on July 23.

Dollar General customer blames store for fall in icy parking lot

By Philip Gonzales | Jun 21, 2018

MEDIA — A customer is suing Family Dollar Stores of Pennsylvania LLC and Dolgencorp LLC, citing alleged negligence.

Man says he suffered severe electric shock injuries from operating Toastmaster coffee maker

By Nicholas Malfitano | Jun 21, 2018

PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff who suffered severe electric shock from operating a Toastmaster coffee pot is suing the manufacturers of the appliance and the store from where he purchased it, among other defendants.

Discrimination not a factor in woman not getting prison nurse job, court rules

By Sandra Lane | Apr 23, 2018

HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania appeals court recently affirmed a lower court’s decision to grant separate motions for summary judgment filed by a health care provider and the City of Philadelphia, which had been accused of denying a woman employment because of her race and criminal background.

Ingram Content Group LLC allegedly violated Family and Medical Leave Act

By Louie Torres | Apr 10, 2018

An employee is suing Ingram Content Group LLC for allegedly violating the Family and Medical Leave Act.

Federal judge dismisses RICO claims filed against U.S. Xpress by former drivers

By Carrie Salls | Feb 20, 2018

PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania dismissed a racketeering lawsuit filed against U.S. Xpress Enterprises Inc., Pratt (Corrugated Logistics) LLC and certain employees of both companies, according to a memorandum opinion entered on Feb. 5 by Judge Cynthia M. Rufe.

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Opioid judge doesn't want media to know details of settlement talks

By Daniel Fisher | Feb 9, 2018

CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - The judge overseeing multidistrict litigation against opioid manufacturers and distributors has named the teams of lawyers who will try to negotiate a settlement of hundreds of federal lawsuits - a complex task given parallel investigations and litigation by state attorneys general and potentially conflicting goals of private attorneys and their government counterparts.

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Usual Suspects: Lawyers used to getting their way in MDL process to lead opioid litigation

By Daniel Fisher | Jan 24, 2018

CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - There will be a lot of familiar faces in U.S. District Judge Dan Polster’s courtroom in Cleveland on Jan. 31, when lawyers gather for a hearing on multidistrict litigation against the nation’s opioid manufacturers and distributors.

Consol Energy foreman says Liberty Life Assurance wrongly denied disability benefits

By Louie Torres | Jun 19, 2017

PITTSBURGH — A Kentucky man is suing Consol Energy human resources, Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston, and Liberty administrator Amanda Pipenbacher, alleging breach of contract and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.

Ashland man files class action claiming Dollar General underrecords employee time

By Louie Torres | Jun 5, 2017

PHILADELPHIA — An employee has filed a class-action lawsuit against Dollar General Corporation and Dolgencorp LLC, alleging unpaid wages and violation of Workers' Compensation acts.

Student loan provider Navient intends to defend against suits brought by US, Illinois, Washington

By Dawn Geske | Mar 1, 2017

The country's largest student loan provider and two of its subsidiaries are embroiled in litigation with federal regulators and the attorneys general of Illinois Washington state over alleged failures in how it services its student loan borrowers.

Nurse sues Wilkes Barre General Hospital, claims she was forced to admit herself to psychiatric hospital to keep job

By Carrie Bradon | Dec 30, 2015

SCRANTON – A Dallas, Pennsylvania woman is suing her employer after she claims she was forced to admit herself into a psychiatric hospital in order to keep her job.

Former FedEx clerk believes he was fired for being a whistle-blower

By Gene Johnson | Dec 17, 2015

PHILADELPHIA – A former FedEx clerk believes he was in a hostile work environment, which led to his termination, due to reporting a workplace violation to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Silk City diner facing allegations of copyright infringement over music

By Angelino Menconi | Nov 2, 2015

PHILADELPHIA -- The owners of a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania diner and bar were recently sued for alleged copyright infringement related to the public playing of certain songs.

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