SCRANTON — A father is suing Millett Real Estate, et al, premises controllers, citing alleged gross negligence and failure to warn.
PHILADELPHIA – A Bucks County man is suing the manufacturers of his upholstery, claiming its defective design and lack of fire-retardant barriers led to him suffering burns on one-third of his body in an apartment fire nearly three years ago.
PHILADELPHIA – New litigation filed in state court centers on a Philadelphia woman who violently fell when entering a disabled persons transport vehicle, was injured and subsequently had to have more than one of her toes amputated.
PHILADELPHIA – A man whose leg allegedly was struck by and ripped into the rotating blades of a package winding machine on the job has sued the device’s manufacturer for legal damages related to those injuries.
MEDIA — A business invitee is suing Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack and others, citing alleged negligence.
On Sept. 17, Judge Berle Schiller of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania agreed with a hearing officer's ruling that a Rose Tree Media School District student’s attack on a classmate wasn’t a result of his disability.
PHILADELPHIA – A couple are pursuing legal damages against the City of Philadelphia for its alleged negligence in not timely repairing a pothole on 2nd Street, one that is said to have caused serious injuries to the wife.
PHILADELPHIA – A man allegedly injured by a motorized and mechanized dock plate at a Giant grocery store has, along with his spouse, launched litigation against the supermarket chain for negligence-related injuries.
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a Philadelphia woman who claims an ambulance company’s personnel responsible for attending to her father in a medical emergency caused him fatal injury has been slated for a settlement conference this winter, prior to the case heads to trial next spring.
PHILADELPHIA – A forklift operator whose leg was crushed at the warehouse where he worked and later required amputation, has sued a number of commercial defendants for legal damages associated with that injury.
PHILADELPHIA – Former employees of a Philadelphia-based shooting range allege they were fired after filing worker’s compensation injury requests for supposedly suffering respiratory-related injuries, while the range owner says their claims should be barred from state court under the Worker’s Compensation Act.
PITTSBURGH — A patron is suing Sienna Mercato LLC, Gemini Holdings Inc., and Daniel Minnicks, restaurant operators, citing alleged negligence.
On Sept. 21, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a trial court’s ruling that granted the County of Lycoming and the City of Williamsport summary judgments after a husband and wife who sued the city and county failed to prove the local agencies were exempt from governmental immunity.
ALLENTOWN — An Allentown couple is suing Bed, Bath and Beyond Inc. and its subsidiary, Christmas Tree Shops Inc., retail store owners, citing alleged negligence.
PHILADELPHIA – The estate of a woman killed in an airplane crash at a Southern New Jersey airport two years ago is pursuing damages against several parties connected to the accident in a wrongful death lawsuit.
PHILADELPHIA – Per a recent judicial order from a federal court, 16 personal injury cases filed against Bayer Pharmaceuticals from women who used its Essure birth control device are now back in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.
WILKES-BARRE — A Maryland couple are suing Cove Haven Inc. hotel operators and others citing alleged negligence.
SCRANTON — Welsh Slayton filed a complaint on Sept. 13 in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas against the Sewer Authority of Scranton and others, alleging he seriously injured his knee after stepping on a loose sewer manhole cover.
PHILADELPHIA — A Huntingdon Valley couple is suing Amtrak and National Railroad Passenger Corp., railroad service providers, citing alleged negligence.
Johnson & Johnson exec sues over infamous Southwest flight; He'd sent a goodbye text to his children during catastrophe
PHILADELPHIA – A fellow passenger on board the infamous Southwest Airlines flight last spring during which one passenger was partially sucked out of the plane and later died, is seeking damages from the airline and the airplane’s manufacturers.