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Gov. Wolf to decide fate of GOP bill calling for regulation of prescription drug distribution to injured workers

HARRISBURG – A Republican-backed bill whose proponents and allies say has the potential to improve workers compensation law practices and help stop opioid addiction now heads to the desk of Gov. Tom Wolf, after passage in the Pennsylvania General Assembly.

Former railroad trackman and supervisor says unsafe work environment caused his multiple myeloma

PHILADELPHIA – A former trackman, machine operator and track supervisor operator of 35 years claims a trio of rail companies violated the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by failing to provide him a safe workplace, and allegedly causing him to develop multiple myeloma through exposure to toxic substances.

Georgia-based shipping company seeking to reconcile $11K in outstanding costs with local juice company

PHILADELPHIA – According to a new lawsuit, a Georgia shipping company alleges a local organic juice company is in arrears to it for outstanding shipping costs in excess of $11,000.

Multiple railroads' FELA violations led to plaintiff's knee and shoulder injuries, suit says

PHILADELPHIA – In a new lawsuit, a train repairman says Conrail and Norfolk Southern Railway disregarded the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) by exposing him to repetitive occupational trauma and leaving him with permanent shoulder and knee injuries.

Superior Court upholds decision to not award damages to woman who allegedly was bitten by dog

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has upheld a jury's decision to not award damages to a woman who sued a couple after she was allegedly bitten by their dog, according to a decision filed on April 3.

W.E. Yoder Inc. allegedly failed to make employee contributions to several union funds

Several labor union funds are suing W.E. Yoder Inc. for allegedly breaching a collective bargaining agreement.

St. Luke's University Health Network accused of firing employee in retaliation for requesting medical leave

An individual is suing St. Luke's University Health Network, her former employer, citing alleged retaliation and wrongful termination.

Webb Law Firm accused of refusing to turn over former employee's client list

An attorney is suing the Webb Law Firm, his former employer, for alleged breach of contract and tortious interference.

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store International Union allegedly failed to grant early retirement benefits

An individual is suing a labor union and its trustees for allegedly denying his pension benefits.

United States of America accused of wrongfully disqualifying store from food assistance programs

A retail store and two individuals are suing the United States of America for alleged of breach of duty.

American Education Services allegedly delayed ability of borrowers to enter loan repayment programs

An individual has filed a class action lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency d/b/a FedLoan Servicing d/b/a American Education Services for alleged breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, negligent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment.

Cigna accused of wrongfully denying disability coverage

An individual is suing Cigna, an insurer, for allegedly violating the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

Blue Knob Auto Sales Inc. accuses Blue Knob Auto Group Inc. of trademark infringement

A company is suing Blue Knob Auto Group Inc, citing alleged trademark infringement.

Carpenters Combine Funds Inc. claims that G.C. Wall Inc. failed to make timely contributions

A union is suing a construction company for allegedly failing to make contributions.

Man allegedly dropped from medical stretcher claims he suffered elbow, leg and knee injuries

PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man claims he suffered several bodily injuries when the medical stretcher he was being carried on was carelessly dropped by the defendant’s employees.

Lawsuit: Pittsburgh law firm allegedly defaulted on lease payments in Philadelphia building

PHILADELPHIA – A commercial property owner has filed suit against a law firm which rented space in its Philadelphia building, but allegedly defaulted on the accompanying payments.

Woman files lawsuit after allegedly sustaining injuries inside King of Prussia Mall parking garage elevator

PHILADELPHIA – A woman who suffered serious injuries inside an elevator at the King of Prussia Mall has filed suit against the shopping mall and the elevator’s manufacturer.

Deja Brew: Second Philly-area Wawa faces negligence lawsuit over hot coffee spill

PHILADELPHIA – For the second time in a month, a local Wawa convenience store is facing a negligence lawsuit from a customer claiming to be burned, figuratively and literally, by its coffee products.

IAAS Worldwide LLC allegedly failed to properly compensate employee

An individual is suing a company for alleged breach of contract and unpaid wages.

Settlement reached among sales, construction and insurance companies over Philly's East Market building project

PHILADELPHIA – An equipment rental company who said it was owed thousands of dollars in exchange for products it rented out towards the completion of a major construction project in Center City, Philadelphia has settled its lawsuit.