PHILADELPHIA – A store manager for Philly Pretzel Factory who alleged defective conditions on the premises of its Gilbertsville store led her to be seriously injured, has settled her litigation with the pretzel retailer.
PITTSBURGH – According to defense counsel, the case of a Pitcairn newspaper deliveryman who is suing his client for injury-related damages, the owner and resident of a Pittsburgh property, should be placed at issue for trial.
PITTSBURGH – Per an Allegheny County judge’s decision, the case of a plaintiff who allegedly suffered knee injuries resulting from an accident with a concrete step on the premises of his apartment complex has been moved for disposition to November.
CHICAGO – Following the settlement by a Chicago rabbi and the Chicago Loop Synagogue over a compensation contract from 1995, Stanley Kroll has filed a complaint against a Pennsylvania-based law firm alleging legal malpractice based on negligence.
PHILADELPHIA – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania partially granted Friends' Central School Corp.’s motion to dismiss an Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit filed by the parents of a student.
A three-judge panel with the Superior Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a lower court’s ruling that denied a motion to dismiss a case after a man’s exposure to dangerous chemicals allegedly resulted in fatal lung and liver cancer.
United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Richard Ira Mintz, D.O., a Philadelphia-area doctor, has agreed to surrender his ability to practice medicine and pay a $107,584 penalty for prescribing OxyContin (oxycodone) and Xanax (benzodiazepine) to patients without a legitimate medical purpose