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Ohio man names Cheerleaders, Pittsburgh officer in suit over removal from gentleman's club

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 10, 2019

PITTSBURGH – An Ohio man alleges a police officer filed false charges against him and used excessive force after he was removed from a Pittsburgh gentleman's club.

Kreamer couple seek more than $1M from Midwest Automation over alleged hand injury from glue press machine

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 9, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Kreamer couple are seeking damages from a Minnesota equipment manufacturer after the wife was allegedly injured in a work-related accident.

Beware of even the fine print, attorneys warn of ALI's insurance law Restatement

By Daniel Fisher | Apr 8, 2019

Beware of even the fine print, attorneys warn of ALI's insurance law Restatement

University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute patient alleges sticky floor caused fall

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 8, 2019

PITTSBURGH – A Worthington couple are seeking damages from a Pittsburgh medical facility after the wife sustained fractures in a fall allegedly caused by a sticky substance on the floor.

Cyclist alleges defective stem on handlebars caused accident, seeks damages from REI

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 8, 2019

PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh woman alleges a defective stem on the handlebars of her bicycle failed and caused her to strike a concrete barrier.

Glen Mills lays off more than 250 as state removes boys from campus in wake of lawsuit, newspaper report

By John Severance | Apr 8, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – An abuse lawsuit filed by two students and their guardian against Glen Mills school is part of a series of events that includes layoffs and the removal of students from the campus.

Prisoner Transport Services sued by inmate over allegations of mistreatment during transport

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 5, 2019

WILKES-BARRE– An Ambler man is suing a prison transport company over allegations that he was mistreated on a transport bus.

Pizzeria says lawsuit filed against it by DUI accident victim shouldn't be heard in Philly

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 5, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Norristown man is pursuing legal action in Philadelphia against the intoxicated motorist who struck him with his vehicle and the restaurant that allegedly overserved alcohol to the driver, while the restaurant believes the case should instead be heard in Montgomery County.

In Lyme disease case, SEPTA will hand over records on workers bitten by ticks

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 5, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – Per judicial order, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is required to produce any reports concerning exposure to Lyme Disease and Bell’s Palsy on the job, in connection with a flagman’s lawsuit who alleges he contracted both diseases in the course of his work.

New lawyer files appeal in Lancaster chemical cases against AWI; Previous lawyer was DQ'd by judge

By John O'Brien | Apr 5, 2019

LANCASTER – The next chapter in long-running Lancaster litigation against Armstrong World Industries will ask whether it was fair for a judge to boot the plaintiffs’ lawyer off of their cases.

Superior Court affirms ruling for Hershey Medical Center in malpractice claim

By Tomas Kassahun | Apr 4, 2019

HARRISBURG - The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has affirmed a trial court’s ruling against a couple who sued Penn State Hershey Medical Center for alleged medical malpractice.

Family Dollar says it's not responsible for woman's slip-and-fall incident

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 4, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia woman has launched litigation against Family Dollar, charging the discount chain with negligence after a liquid present on its store’s floor caused her to fall and become injured – though the store admits no such liability.

SEPTA argues it's immune from lawsuit filed by fallen and injured track flagman

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 3, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) flagman alleges his employer violated the Federal Employers Liability Act through its conduct in allowing a fallen stop sign to cause him to suffer severe leg injuries, while the agency argues that it is immune from the litigation.

Truck driver alleges maimed leg was landfill's fault; Defendant says case belongs in Lackawanna County

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 3, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – A Lackawanna County man says his left leg was sliced and became infected after he was tipped from the truck he was driving and it came into contact with spilled debris from the truck, while the landfill says the resulting lawsuit does not belong in a Philadelphia court.

Lawsuit claims Aramark's polyester uniform caused Wisconsin man to burn to death in mill fire

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 3, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – Aramark is facing a wrongful death lawsuit brought on behalf of the estate of a man who allegedly suffered fatal burns when wearing one of the defendants’ polyester uniforms during a Wisconsin mill fire in 2017, though the company claims the decedent’s own negligence caused his death.

Woman loses slip-and-fall case against Boston Market; Judge finds lack of evidence

By Marian Johns | Apr 2, 2019

PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania court has granted Boston Market Corp.'s motion for summary judgment in a case involving a customer's allegations that her slip and fall was caused by the restaurant's negligence.

Judge finds fraudulent joinder, keeps jurisdiction over lawsuits over ParaGard IUDs

By Marian Johns | Apr 2, 2019

PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania won't remand a lawsuit filed by two women who claim they suffered complications when having their Teva Pharmaceuticals IUDs removed.

Essure plaintiffs barred from suing Bayer because they missed their timeframe

By Nicholas Malfitano | Apr 2, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – According to a federal court in Philadelphia, many of the plaintiffs who initiated breach of warranty and other claims against Bayer for alleged defects with its Essure contraceptive device did not do so within the two-year statute of limitations.

The aftermath from metal found in Skoal: One recall, two lawsuits and three firings

By Gabriel Neves | Apr 1, 2019

ERIE -- An Erie County man is, without a lawyer, suing a tobacco company, alleging that in its smokeless product he found some pieces of metal.

A man is suing his fitness center alleging he was injured while using a stationary bike

By Carrie Bradon | Apr 1, 2019

PHILADELPHIA —A man is suing a fitness center, alleging that he was injured when a bike malfunctioned.

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