A man who lives in Philadelphia but is employed by a school district in New Jersey has filed a lawsuit against his tax preparers, alleging the accountants failed to inform him he had to pay an earnings tax to the City of Philadelphia, an oversight that has caused the plaintiff to rack up more than $20,000 in interest and penalty fees relating to the tax nonpayment.
A woman who claims she sustained facial burns after an employee at a local daycare center threw a toxic liquid at her face has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the business and its owners.
The mother of an adult woman who is bedridden due to cerebral palsy has filed a property damage lawsuit against telecommunications giant Verizon claiming a 13-year installation project at a property adjacent to the plaintiff’s daughter’s house has caused the woman’s home to shift and sink.
A bar patron who claims he was assaulted by fellow bar-goers and staff after he was discovered using the women’s restroom, something he claims he was given permission to do, has filed an assault and battery complaint against the city establishment.
A Philadelphia developer using non-union labor to build apartment complexes has alleged the city's building trade unions are using violence and intimidation to stop with their business projects.
A New Jersey woman is suing Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum over injuries her young son allegedly sustained when he fell face-first while visiting an exhibit at the venue two summers ago.
Judge grants in part, denies in part Montgomery County's motions to dismiss in case of foster parent sexually abusing youngster
A federal judge in Philadelphia has granted in part, and denied in part a defense motion to dismiss certain counts in a lawsuit in which Montgomery County, its Board of Commissioners and the county’s Office of Children and Youth were sued by a man who claims he was sexually abused by a foster parent a decade ago.
WAYNE - The faculty of a charter school in suburban Philadelphia voted last week against joining the Pennsylvania State Education Association despite an aggressive organizing campaign waged by the union.
The owners of a piece of property in Northwest Philadelphia and their business tenants have filed a civil claim against the owners of an adjoining property and a construction firm for damages to the plaintiff’s property that were allegedly caused by the demolition of the adjoining structure.
A woman from Delaware County who claims she suffered leg injuries after slipping on a plastic price tag that had been inadvertently left on the floor of a local Whole Foods has filed a premises liability complaint against the retailer in state court.
A Huntingdon Valley, Pa. man who says he contracted the skin infection commonly referred to as MRSA after a stay at the hospital for treatment of an adverse reaction to anesthesia stemming from an earlier medical procedure has filed a lawsuit against a number of doctors and healthcare facilities he claims were negligent during the course of his treatment. Mount Laurel, N.J. attorne
Phila. Common Pleas Court Judge Manfredi hit with $20 million punitive damages claim over alleged fraud
A Philadelphia woman has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the former supervising judge of the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court trial division, alleging the jurist abused his judicial authority when he denied the ability of the plaintiff to proceed in forma pauperis in a prior civil matter against another trial court judge.
Elderly Phila. homeowner sues insurance carrier for failure to pay out claim stemming from damaged residence
A man who claims the carrier holding his homeowner’s insurance policy breached its contract with the plaintiff after it failed to fully pay out a claim stemming from damages resulting from a busted sewer pipe has filed a civil action against the company in state court.
A federal judge sitting in Philadelphia earlier this month remanded back to state court the case of a woman who filed a lawsuit against a local radio personality for allegedly falsely saying on air that the plaintiff had participated in a fight at her own daughter’s school, a claim that caused the plaintiff to allegedly receive death threats and other hardships.