PHILADELPHIA – A Croydon homeowner believes a restoration company he hired to rehabilitate his property after a fire has unjustly enriched itself at his expense in a dispute over payments connected to that same restoration work.
PHILADELPHIA – A patient formerly residing in a local rehabilitation facility claims to have suffered a crushed left hand during his stay, due to the hydraulic mechanism of his bunk bed allegedly failing and causing that injury.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman allegedly injured by a fallen display of Coca-Cola products at a Dollar Tree store in Upper Darby has sued both the major soda company and the discount retailer in state court for damages related to her injuries.
HARRISBURG – The proposed Freedom to Work Act, which proposes a ban on non-compete agreements by Pennsylvania employers, could cause a great deal of concern but faces a long road to passage, a Fisher & Phillips attorney says.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) was established by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as a research agency focused on the study of worker safety and health.