A South Philadelphia man is suing the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority for injuries he sustained after falling on a slippery train station stairwell.
A Huntingdon Valley, Pa. contracting firm that did municipal work three years ago is suing the City of Philadelphia for interest it claims it is owed after the city failed to amend the construction company’s public works contract in a timely manner.
Jury selection began this week in the trial of four separate asbestos cases being tried together at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, according to court records and the executive director of the Complex Litigation Center.
A Pottstown, Pa. woman is suing a Sunoco gas station for injuries she sustained after slipping on a wet surface inside the company’s convenience store.
A California couple has filed a mass tort personal injury lawsuit at the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas for injuries the male plaintiff is alleged to have sustained after working with asbestos.
A Philadelphia man who alleges he sustained injuries after being thrown around the inside of a SEPTA trolley is suing the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and the vehicle’s driver.
A cab driver has filed an assault and battery lawsuit against a parking attendant and the company for which he works for injuries the plaintiff sustained after a scuffle with the man.
A restaurant patron who was sickened during a visit to a city establishment is suing the eatery for injuries he sustained after ingesting food purchased at the business.
A Philadelphia man is suing a Baltimore, Md. man in civil court for injuries the plaintiff alleges he sustained after the defendant struck him in the face during a dispute.
A laborer doing work at a Drexel University construction site is suing the school and the contracting firm overseeing the worksite for injuries he sustained after falling off a ladder.
Wal-Mart is facing a premises liability lawsuit after a former customer claims to have sustained various physical injuries after taking a spill at one of the company’s stores.
A Philadelphia woman is suing local CBS news station KYW-TV for injuries she claims to have sustained after tripping over wires protruding from a news van.