PHILADELPHIA – A property restoration company initiated a lawsuit against an insurance broker and their employer insurance provider, for allegedly failing to secure proper coverage for them in an underlying federal court lawsuit.
PHILADELPHIA – A Wisconsin-based furniture dealer has launched legal action against a local furniture store, seeking to recover more than $4,000 it says it is owed per the terms of a purchase agreement between the parties.
PHILADELPHIA – A woman who allegedly suffered a number of serious injuries after being hit by a roll of plastic bags at a ShopRite supermarket in Philadelphia has filed a lawsuit, claiming the store’s negligence led to that accident.
PHILADELPHIA – The son of a man who suffered cardiac arrest at a cyclocross event, which was allegedly without proper and immediate medical equipment and treatment, and then died three days later has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the both the organizers and sponsors of the event.
A Pennsylvania appeals court recently affirmed a trial court’s decision to deny a medical facility’s petition to compel arbitration in dispute with a woman who allegedly fell and broke her leg at the facility, according to a decision filed on March 29 in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
The Superior Court of Pennsylvania has upheld a trial court’s decision to dismiss a case against a family-owned farm in Luzerne County that was accused of creating a disturbing odor in the neighborhood, according to a decision filed on March 29.
A Pennsylvania appeals court has upheld a lower court’s decision to dismiss defamation claims brought by an attorney who said a firm falsely accused him of witness intimidation, according to a decision filed on March 29 in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
Insurance companies are the real winners in a recent Pennsylvania Superior Court ruling that vacated a $21 million bad-faith insurance verdict in a more than 20-year-old collision claim, a Philadelphia-based litigator said during an interview.
HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania appeals court recently affirmed a lower court’s decision to grant separate motions for summary judgment filed by a health care provider and the City of Philadelphia, which had been accused of denying a woman employment because of her race and criminal background.
A used car dealership is suing Christopher Monticello, a former CEO of the now-defunct Auto Leasing Services of South Florida LLC, for allegedly breaching two commercial motor vehicle lease agreements.