A woman who claims that she was injured after falling at a L.A. Fitness in Huntingdon Valley in 2013 cannot prevail in her lawsuit because she signed a membership agreement that included a release and waiver and her "issues on appeal lack merit," according to a recent decision filed in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear a property rights lawsuit filed by a Pennsylvania landowner who has a graveyard on her property, and the decision could have far-reaching implications across the country, according to the Pacific Legal Foundation - a group that is representing the landowner.
A federal judge has ruled that Summer Study Programs Inc. must pay Penn State University nearly $320,000 for providing students with “room, board and computer access” during a summer program in 2016, according to a recent decision filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA – Family Dollar has been sued in state court for negligence by a Williamsport couple who claim the discount store chain failed to properly hire and supervise its employees, when one of them dropped a soda bottle on the plaintiff’s foot and broke it.
PHILADELPHIA – A pair of prospective homeowners believe they were fleeced out of both buying a residential property in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood and their $25,000 down-payment on that same property, and have filed a state court lawsuit to that effect.
An individual is suing Trans Union LLC, Experian Information Solutions Inc., Equifax Information Services LLC and several other entities for allegedly including false, misleading and/or incomplete information on his credit report.
PHILADELPHIA – An underlying lawsuit filed against Rite Aid has caused the pharmacy chain to itself litigate against a company charged with its snow and ice removal, in addition to its own insurance company.
PHILADELPHIA – An estate administrator is suing a number of educational and medical entities in the City of Philadelphia, claiming their collective negligence in improperly maintaining an dangerous loading dock led a now-deceased man to fall and suffer a number of severe injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman claiming to have had her leg scalded and scarred by a space heater on board the Philadelphia ship the Moshulu has filed suit against the venue’s entities for the injuries she received.
PHILADELPHIA – A ruling from a federal judge in Pennsylvania remains pending on whether or not compulsory arbitration will be permanently prohibited, in the case of a litigation funder that pursued financial recovery against a former National Football League player who allegedly failed to repay it a loan.
PHILADELPHIA – A federal judge in Philadelphia recently denied an attempt on the part of pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline to reallocate costs and fees incurred through still-pending investigative discovery, to the plaintiffs’ counsel in a thalidomide products injury action.
An individual is suing the City of Johnstown, Cambria County, David Tulowitzki, Merrill Brant, Scott Ermlick, Angelo Cancelliere and Lawrence Wagner, citing alleged wrongful conviction and incarceration.