READING – A Lititz woman alleges that her insurance company handled her claim for disability benefits in bad faith.
News from January 2018
HARRISBURG – A Washington, D.C. woman alleges she has suffered financial harm because of the mismanagement of her student loans.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – Companies that fund lawsuits can find themselves in the crosshairs of state regulators, and a recent New York Post article revealed that one such business has given tens of thousands of dollars to one of the nation’s most important public officials – who happens to have sued a competing company.
PITTSBURGH – A woman who suffered spinal and ankle injuries after an accident at a Pittsburgh supermarket has launched legal action, claiming the store’s condition led to that accident.
PITTSBURGH – A plaintiff suffering from Lewy body dementia says a local Easter Seals facility and a senior citizen transportation organization were negligent in failing to prevent a fall that seriously injured her.
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh tobacco company’s property and its supposedly-dangerous condition led a plaintiff to suffer severe neck, back and other injuries, according to recently-filed litigation.
PITTSBURGH – A restaurant and tavern which suffered water damage due to a burst pipe believes its insurance carrier failed to cover it for the various damages it sustained in that incident.
JOHNSTOWN – A New Enterprise corporation is seeking declaration from the court regarding a dispute with a retired employee and a labor union.
PITTSBURGH – A Harmony man alleges that his Zelienople employer failed to pay him for overtime work.
PHILADELPHIA – A Pittsburgh man alleges he has been injured by inaccurate information on his credit report.
PHILADELPHIA – A California man and his limited liability company allege that they were not fully compensated by a New York company and its members for their assistance with a cannabis license.
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh company alleges that a Blairsville business and two former employees misappropriated trade secrets.
SCRANTON – A Virginia manufacturer of component parts used in firearms is seeking to enjoin a Freeland man who left to work for a direct competitor.
PITTSBURGH – A landlord is seeking tens of thousands of dollars in allegedly-overdue rent and lease payments from office supplies retailer OfficeMax (now known as Office Depot), in connection with a property in Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH – A subscriber in a reciprocal insurance exchange alleges she was charged excessive fees and has filed a class action suit.
PITTSBURGH – Allegedly broken agreements connected to a Bethel Park construction project are at the center of recently-filed litigation between an electrical company plaintiff and construction company defendants.
PITTSBURGH – A local construction company is being taken to court for allegedly damaging one of its clients’ properties when removing their garage, and is facing legal action from the homeowners’ insurance company.
HARRISBURG – A self-employed attorney who is the only shareholder of his Scranton law firm is required to pay unemployment compensation taxes, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled on Thursday.
HARRISBURG – Per a ruling from the Commonwealth Court on Jan. 5, the judiciary granted a former waitress unemployment benefits eligibility for determining the hostile and sexually harassing environment she faced at the restaurant was a “compelling” reason for cause to leave her job.
PITTSBURGH – A couple whose son was allegedly injured while playing a game of indoor laser tag have filed a lawsuit against the entertainment entities that own and are responsible for the laser tag facility.