PHILADELPHIA – A Lancaster chiropractic health center is suing Lowe's and the manufacturer of a dehumidifier after it allegedly ignited and caused nearly $50,000 in fire and smoke damage to its building.
LANCASTER — A midget football league being sued by a Lititz mother and son over traumatic brain injuries allegedly suffered by the child in 2017 objected in September to having to answer a second lawsuit that it says is identical to the first.
PITTSBURGH - The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and other defendants in a medical malpractice lawsuit over a failed liver transplant in 2003 will have to fight that litigation after a sharply split Pennsylvania Supreme Court threw out a seven-year time bar.
A Mississippi woman's product liability case against a Bethlehem-based medical device maker is on its way back to a Philadelphia court after a state intermediate appellate court ruled it should not have been dismissed.
PHILADELPHIA – A settlement conference has been scheduled in the case of a local man who sued the City of Philadelphia, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation (DOT), after he was allegedly injured when the bus he was riding fell into a construction hole.
PHILADELPHIA – Per judicial order, the City of Philadelphia will respond to a request for interrogatories and production of documents connected to the case of a cyclist allegedly injured by an “obstruction” meant to protect wires and hoses on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
An East Earl Township golfer allegedly hit by a ball on a Lancaster County course in 2015 can't sue because he didn't follow proper legal procedures in a timely manner, a state intermediate appellate court recently ruled.
PITTSBURGH – Counsel for a Pittsburgh Macy’s department store says that a plaintiff’s case surrounding knee injuries resulting from its allegedly defective entranceway should be dismissed before it reaches a courtroom for trial.
PITTSBURGH — A real estate rehabilitation company is suing Lloyd's of London over the insurers refusal to pay a claim for more than $6 million in vandalism done to their commericial building in Wilkinsburg.
PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia judge has struck down an attempt to recuse him from future proceedings surrounding a staggering $8 billion punitive damages verdict at the end of a recent trial surrounding anti-psychotic drug Risperdal.
HARRISBURG - Gaming regulators were not wrong to bar a company providing restaurant services to a casino because of its sole owner's links to an alleged organized crime figure, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has concluded.