PHILADELPHIA – A retired Philadelphia woman alleges Home Depot has failed to credit her account, in what a recently-filed lawsuit claims has been a long-standing financial dispute over the balance on her Home Depot credit card.
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 woman allegedly seriously injured by falling electrical wires subsequent to a nearby motor vehicle accident, has initiated litigation against the driver and business she claims are responsible for her injuries.
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 – A Philadelphia-based condominium complex is seeking unpaid damages well in excess of $20,000 from two of its residents related to assessments and other charges, through recently-filed legal action.
SCRANTON – An asbestos-related mesothelioma case litigated in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas, which sought more than $2 million in damages from a number of manufacturers, ended with a unanimous verdict in favor of the defense on Wednesday.
HARRISBURG – A Monday ruling saw the Superior Court of Pennsylvania reverse the lone defense verdict reached in favor of the manufacturer of anti-psychotic drug Risperdal, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, in the drug’s mass tort proceedings held in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
PHILADELPHIA – A New Jersey-based provider of premium fish oils, vegetable oils and other products initiated legal action against an Omega-3 fish oil manufacturer, for an unpaid sum connected to goods it says it supplied the latter business.
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 – A woman who says she suffered permanent and lasting injuries when she was knocked over by a restocking cart in a Kohl’s department store, has initiated legal action against the retail entity for compensatory and punitive damages.
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 Florida transport company alleges a Philadelphia freight firm lost one of its cargo loads in transit and refused to pay the damages, interest and penalties associated with this same loss.
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 – A lawsuit between Philadelphia construction companies has reached state court over one of the businesses allegedly defaulting on a sub-contract agreement for work on a major apartment complex in Center City, Philadelphia.
WILKES-BARRE – A Dallas, Pennsylvania, couple allege that they have paid at least $75,000 more for a property they purchased because the disclosure statement failed to list some defects with the property.