PHILADELPHIA – Per court records, a Volvo owner has settled litigation filed against her dealership, an auto body shop which allegedly didn’t make needed repairs to her vehicle and an insurance company which she said was derelict in its professional duties.
PHILADELPHIA – After being litigated in both state and federal court, dockets show the wrongful termination case of a former staff member at Molly Malloy’s restaurant in Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market was settled.
PHILADELPHIA – In a new lawsuit, a Philadelphia-based condominium group is seeking unpaid damages exceeding $19,000 from two of its residents connected to allegedly-unpaid assessments and other charges.
An individual is suing Forest Glen Condominium Association Inc., Alfonso & Son Landscaping & Lawn Service Inc. and Lark's Lawn & Landscape Inc. for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – A lawsuit filed by a former railroad electrician who sued his former employers for allegedly placing him in an unsafe work environment that later led him to develop kidney cancer, has been transferred to Blair County.
PHILADELPHIA – Counsel for a Voorhees, N.J.-based supply company that claims a Philadelphia contracting firm owes it in excess of $26,000 for unpaid goods is now seeking a default judgment to that effect.
PHILADELPHIA – Litigation between a Blue Bell corporation and a Fairless Hills heating and cooling business owner in connection with an outstanding balance of over $14,000 for goods and services has been settled.
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a Philadelphia man who was assaulted, robbed and shot in his apartment and believes the complex where he lived should bear responsibility for an alleged lack of security is headed to trial next winter.