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Gas station sued over motor oil slip-and-fall incident

A Philadelphia woman is suing a Delaware County, Pa. gas station for injuries she claims to have sustained after slipping on a puddle of motor oil two years ago.

SugarHouse Casino sued for not preventing gunpoint parking lot robbery

A Drexel Hill, Pa. woman has filed a civil claim against a Philadelphia casino for failing to protect her and her guests during a visit to the gaming hall after they were robbed at gunpoint.

Trolley accident victim slaps SEPTA with personal injury claim

A trolley passenger who alleges she became injured during an accident in which the public transit vehicle on which she was riding collided with another driver is suing the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority and the operator of the other vehicle in state court.

Local couple sues U.S. Attorney for Eastern District of Pa. over seized property

Birth defect allegedly caused by Paxil leads to mass tort claim against GlaxoSmithKline

A Wisconsin woman who claims her daughter’s birth defect diagnosis was attributed to her taking a drug for depression during her pregnancy is suing the pharmaceutical’s manufacturer in state court.

Apartment tenant who sustained 10-foot fall in parking garage sues landlord

A Philadelphia woman who alleges she sustained serious bodily injuries after falling into a nearly 10-foot drop at her apartment complex has filed a personal injury claim against the property owner.

Pedestrian struck by Comcast vehicle files personal injury claim against cable giant

A Montgomery County, Pa. couple has filed a lawsuit against cable giant Comcast for injuries the wife allegedly sustained after getting struck by a company vehicle while she was walking along a scenic trailway.

Pa. bill aimed at stopping municipalities from enacting illegal local firearms ordinances

As president of the central Pennsylvania chapter of Firearms Owners Against Crime, Timothy Havener has the time to fight illegal gun ordinances throughout the commonwealth.

Pa. company faces charges of wrongful termination and discrimination in civil complaint

A Delaware County, Pa. woman who claims she was fired from her job of more than four years at a local company has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against her former employer and the superior who she alleges did much of the discriminating.

Lawyers in Lower Merion School District discrimination case spar in court

Attorneys for a suburban Philadelphia school district accused of placing black students in special education classes in disproportionate numbers as a back-door means of racial discrimination got their say in federal court Tuesday.

Former Amtrak employee sues company over cafeteria slip-and-fall

A Bucks County, Pa. woman who worked for Amtrak and claims she became injured after falling at a worksite cafeteria has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the company, also known as the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.

Lawyers for defendant in civil case with law firm as plaintiff file removal motion

Lawyers for an insurance company facing a civil complaint in state court have filed a Notice of Removal with federal court in Philadelphia, seeking to have the civil action transferred to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Parx Casino faces personal injury claim over hip fracture

A gambler who blames his hip fracture on the negligence of the gaming hall where he sustained his injury has filed a federal personal injury complaint against the casino where the alleged incident took place, as well as its owner.

Gary Barbera car dealership faces wrongful termination complaint

A woman who was formerly employed by a well-known Philadelphia car dealership has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the company, alleging her termination was retaliatory in nature, and not related to her work performance.

Former Pa. Superior Court Judge Robert C. Daniels dies at 73

A former Pennsylvania Superior Court judge who once serviced as the chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association has died, according to local media reports.

College student who injured herself on broken chair files product liability claim

A Philadelphia college student who alleges she became injured after the classroom chair on which she was sitting crashed to the ground has filed a product liability complaint against the item’s manufacturer.

Pa. man diagnosed with lung cancer files asbestos mass tort claim

A Plymouth Meeting, Pa. couple has filed a mass tort asbestos lawsuit against a number of companies that deal in products containing the fiber, alleging the husband’s lung cancer diagnosis earlier this year was directly related to his work history.

Woman who got leg caught in SEPTA bus sues transit authority

A city woman who alleges she became injured after her leg got caught between the doors of a public transit bus is suing the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.

Philly man injured while waiting for autograph sues Indianapolis Colts and city hotel

A Philadelphia man who claims he became injured last winter while waiting to obtain an autograph from a professional football player is suing the hotel where the alleged incident occurred.

Pa. man files lawsuit against debt collection agency in federal court

A debt collection agency that purportedly harassed the brother of a man whom the company was apparently attempting to collect a debt from is facing a federal lawsuit alleging that the agency violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.