News from September 2017

Citizens Securities Inc. alleges former employees unlawfully used confidential information

By Louie Torres | Sep 20, 2017

ERIE – A registered broker dealer and investment advisory firm alleges two former employees residing in Kenderell and Pittsburgh took confidential information after their resignation and have disclosed it to others.

Man seeks declaratory judgment regarding United Healthcare Services insurance dispute

By Louie Torres | Sep 20, 2017

ERIE – A Waynesburg man alleges an insurer has refused to pay medical bills for injuries sustained in a collision in West Virginia.

Woman alleges she was terminated for requesting FMLA leave by United States Postal Service

By Louie Torres | Sep 20, 2017

SCRANTON – A woman alleges she was terminated from her position with the U.S. Postal Service because she requested leave for her pregnancy.

VA patient files suit against federal government over alleged prescription mishap

By Louie Torres | Sep 20, 2017

ERIE – A Grove City man he was provided with confusing and inaccurate information regarding the refill of a prescription he was given after having stents placed.

AG Shapiro's CFPU is a real stinker

By The Pennsylvania Record | Sep 20, 2017

Passed in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, the Dodd-Frank Act (named for two controversial members of Congress) was a classic case of a cure worse than the disease.

Best Buy door knocked me to the ground, woman claims in lawsuit

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 20, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff claiming to have been seriously injured in the entryway of a Philadelphia Best Buy store nearly two years ago, has initiated legal action against the electronics retail giant.

Remediation firm alleges customer owes it more than $20K for services rendered to repair fire damage

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 20, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A emergency remediation and repair firm believes one of its customers owes it more than $20,000 for services rendered this past spring, in response to fire damage-related loss which occurred at the defendant’s property.

Man's lawsuit says he fell down hill at golf course during wedding

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 20, 2017

LANCASTER – A man injured by a saturated patch of grass at an area country club is suing for damages related to the shoulder he alleges he suffered as a result.

Woman alleges cornea was burned during surgery using Bausch + Lomb equipment

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A Bensalem couple allege that the wife was injured during an eye surgery because of the equipment used.

Cooper-Booth Transportation Co. alleges Freightliner trucks have defects

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A Mountville company alleges that nine trucks it purchased have defects.

Brooks Automation Inc. alleged to have failed to pay field service engineers overtime wages

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – An Orefield man alleges that his former employer failed to pay the correct rate for overtime work.

Former Abington Memorial Hospital surgical tech alleges she was wrongfully terminated

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A surgical technician alleges she was terminated for taking leave to care for her son's medical conditions.

Man seeks disability benefits from Aetna Life, Lincoln Life

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A Lafayette Hill man alleges his claim for disability benefits was wrongfully denied.

Account Discovery Systems alleged to have called man without consent

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A Delaware County man alleges that a debt collection company called him and his mother numerous times.

Shareholder alleges Teva Pharmaceutical Industries LTD made false statements to investors

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A man alleges he acquired shares in a genetic medicine company at artificially inflated prices.

Parents of girl killed in tree accident file wrongful death suit against Pa. campsite and owners

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 21, 2017

LANCASTER – The parents of a young girl killed by a fallen oak tree at a Kirkwood campground this past April have consequently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the campground and its owners.

Lawsuit: Amtrak trackman and driver's shoulder injuries are the result of FELA violation

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – An Amtrak trackman and truck driver has accused the train transportation company of violating the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by not making for a safe workplace, which he says led to his serious shoulder injuries.

Sale of vehicle with defective transmission makes Ford Motor Company liable, plaintiff says

By Nicholas Malfitano | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – Ford Motor Company is the subject of litigation from a plaintiff who believes an automobile she purchased with a defective transmission is a cause of action for the supposed violation of both federal and state laws.

Insight Global LLC claims former employee is using trade secrets to compete with it

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A staffing firm focused on information technology alleges its former account manager is currently working for a competitor and is using trade secrets.

Former N.Y. Met says Japanese team prevented other teams from contacting him

By Louie Torres | Sep 21, 2017

PHILADELPHIA – A former New York Mets baseball player alleges a Japanese team he also played for provided false information regarding a contract.

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