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Oklahoma man files denture adhesive cream lawsuit in Philly courts

An Oklahoma man has filed a denture adhesive cream mass tort claim in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, alleging that his use of the product caused him physical harm.

Woman struck while sitting in parked car sues other driver

A Philadelphia woman is suing the driver of a car that plowed into her parked vehicle, which she was sitting in at the time of the collision.

Northeast Philly couple sues Target for slip-and-fall incident

A local couple has filed a slip-and-fall lawsuit against the Target Corp. in federal court in Philadelphia.

Manayunk 'Brew Pub' faces lawsuit from former employee

A former employee of the Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant, a dining staple in Northwest Philadelphia, is suing the establishment and its owner in federal court.

Alleged police brutality subject of federal civil rights lawsuit

A Philadelphia man who alleges he sustained serious bodily injuries after an unprovoked attack by a group of city police officers is suing those he claims caused his injuries.

Fisher Clinical Services hit with federal employment discrimination lawsuit

A woman who alleges she was fired from her job for age-related reasons and replaced by a younger worker, despite her stellar work background, has filed a federal employment discrimination lawsuit against her former employer.

Defense in medical malpractice trial questions expert witness

The defense in a medical malpractice case sought to show Tuesday that a number of factors, including pre-existing conditions, were at least in part to blame for a deceased man’s pressure ulcers.

Former Kraft employee sues food giant for race discrimination

A New Jersey man who worked for Kraft for more than three decades has filed a federal job discrimination lawsuit against the food giant, alleging his treatment and subsequent termination was directly related to his race.

Harrah's Chester Casino hit with premises liability complaint

A Chester, Pa. man who alleges he sustained injuries after falling inside a casino-operated parking lot is suing the gambling hall and its parent company in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court.

Northeast Philly car crash leads to personal injury claim

A Philadelphia woman who sustained internal injuries, including a lacerated liver, following a car crash in Northeast Philly is suing the woman allegedly responsible for the accident.

CSX Transportation sued for job-related injuries

A West Virginia man who worked for more than three decades for railroad giant CSX Transportation Inc. is suing the company in federal court in Philadelphia, alleging that cumulative job-related trauma led to the development of a series of physical injuries.

Longshoreman files federal complaint against German ship owner

A longshoreman who slipped and fell while ascending a vessel at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in the Port of Philadelphia is suing the ship’s German owner in federal court.

Medical office worker sues for wrongful termination

A former medical office worker who claims she was fired after a long career for bringing up overtime compensation qualms with her boss is suing her former employer in federal court.

Former electrical worker sues over job termination

A tradesman who claims he was demoted after returning to his job from medical leave for substance treatment is suing his former employer claiming wrongful termination.

Woman who trips on loose masonry paver sues property owner

A Bala Cynwyd, Pa. woman who alleges she sustained serious injuries after tripping outside of a Center City Philadelphia building is suing the property owner in civil court.

Incident outside of shoe store spurs slip-and-fall claim

A Philadelphia woman who claims she sustained bodily injuries after falling on a wet tarpaulin outside of a city shoe store is suing the business.

Widow of deceased man testifies in nursing home trial

The widow of a man whose family is suing medical care facilities for negligence tearfully testified from a wheelchair Thursday, evoking memories of her deceased husband and the strong bond he had with his kin.

Good Times infringed on Pink Berry cigars copyright, suit says

A Bristol, Pa. company is suing a Florida-based limited liability corporation in federal court in Philadelphia, alleging the defendant fraudulently used a trademarked name that belonged to the plaintiff.

Cold Stone franchisees left company in the cold, suit claims

Cold Stone Creamery, the Arizona-based ice cream company that operates stores throughout the region, is suing a couple from Harleysville, Pa. who ran, as franchisees, a Cold Stone location in nearby Lansdale, alleging the couple abandoned the store, leaving outstanding rent.

Federal claim filed over alleged violations of Fair Credit Reporting Act

An Oregon woman who claims she was harassed by a handful of credit reporting agencies, including having had false information about her credit history transferred to third parties, is suing the companies in federal court.