PHILADELPHIA – In a recently-filed litigation, a coffee barista claims he was unlawfully terminated when he refused to participate in a drug-dealing operation he says was conducted on his employers’ premises.
PHILADELPHIA – A plaintiff who alleges a Northeast Philadelphia restaurant recklessly allowed him to be the target of an assault by the establishment’s bouncers is facing criticism those charges of recklessness are insufficiently-pled.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman allegedly doused with hot water by a fellow resident of a boarding home operated by a local Baptist church has filed litigation against her assailant and the home’s management for her injuries.
PITTSBURGH — The Clean Air Council and the Group Against Smog and Pollution are suing Allegheny County over air pollution, alleging that it used funds intended for air quality improvement for a building renovation project.
PHILADELPHIA – Americans from all over the country have traditionally flocked to Philadelphia courts, to the point their plaintiff-friendly reputation has resulted in a “Judicial Hellhole" designation, and now plaintiffs are coming from other countries to seek their day in court.
PHILADELPHIA – An uneven curb outside a McDonald’s restaurant on South Broad Street in Philadelphia allegedly led to a personal injury-related accident and for the plaintiff to file legal action against the entities allegedly responsible.