PITTSBURGH — The Texas Roadhouse has filed a pre-trial statement in their defense in a lawsuit from a patron who claims she was injured after falling at one of their locations.
PHILADELPHIA – The mother of a young child allegedly killed as a result of being entangled in a mesh hammock is suing both its manufacturers and major retailer Wal-Mart for wrongful death-related damages.
PHILADELPHIA – A new lawsuit filed in state court alleges a Philadelphia man was electrocuted at Pennsylvania Hospital, when a pipe suddenly burst and water was caused to spill from the wall.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman who suffered a broken arm and shoulder at a high school in Northeast Philadelphia after attending a function for her daughter, a student there, has filed a negligence lawsuit against the school through the local archdiocese.
PHILADELPHIA – A man who visited a Philadelphia gentlemen’s club and claimed to have been assaulted, beaten and robbed while there has launched legal action against the club and its ownership and operating management companies.
PHILADELPHIA – A man once incarcerated in a Delaware County jail claims that he was assaulted and severely beaten by a former boxer-turned-corrections officer during his stay, and is suing the man and the organization operating the institution for damages.
A dump truck body manufacturer responded to a negligence lawsuit filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on January 4.
PITTSBURGH – A health insurance provider is being charged with negligence and bad faith for allegedly denying payment for a claim in connection with emergency medical care administered to a Pennsylvania widow’s late spouse.
Conference upcoming for suit brought by father, daughter allegedly harmed by apartment chemicals, mold
PHILADELPHIA – A lawsuit involving a father-daughter pair of plaintiffs from the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia suing their property owner and manager for alleged exposure to both mold and insecticides in their apartment, has been slated for a settlement conference next summer.
PHILADELPHIA – The case of a man who allegedly sustained a broken arm and ribs while riding in a golf cart on the Juniata Golf Course in North Philadelphia has been scheduled for a trial in about a year.
MEDIA — A citizen and resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is suing Upper Darby Township and Aqua America Inc., d/b/a Aqua Pennsylvania, a government subdivision and water utility company, citing alleged premises liability.
PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania resident is suing the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Police Officer Scott Schweizer, and Philadelphia Police Officers Jane/John Does 1-10, law enforcement officials, citing alleged assault, battery, malicious prosecution, false arrest, false imprisonment, failure to intervene, and excessive force.
Inmate sues City of Philadelphia over his alleged rape in prison, says guards did nothing to protect him
PHILADELPHIA — An inmate is suing the City of Philadelphia and corrections officers, citing alleged failure to protect.
PHILADELPHIA – According to the ruling of a federal judge, Pennsylvania courts now have jurisdiction over a talc and asbestos exposure injury case because the defendant followed state law in registering to do business here.
Lawsuit: Developmentally disabled boy subjected to repeated sexual assault in residential care facility
PITTSBURGH – A young man with developmental disabilities whose parents say he was molested at a residential treatment facility for children is suing the institution.
PHILADELPHIA – Claims filed against a daycare center for injurious negligence in the case of a man whose daughter broke her arm at that same daycare, have been dismissed without prejudice, per a mutual agreement from all parties concerned.
PITTSBURGH — A business invitee is suing Sto-Rox Plaza Inc., an apartment complex owner, citing alleged negligence.
SCRANTON — A couple are suing Regional Hospital of Scranton and other health care providers, citing alleged negligence.
MEDIA — A business invitee is suing Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack, Brionna Powell and Garfield Shatya, et al, casino owner and patrons, citing alleged negligence.
HARRISBURG — A lift operator is suing Phil Brown Welding Corp., a Michigan corporation, citing alleged breach of express and implied warranties.