In Marlette v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance the Pennsylvania Supreme Court squarely addressed the issue of whether a plaintiff-insured in an uninsured motorist claim is entitled to delay d
...Counsel: John T. McGrath Jr. and Michael J. Connolly, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, Scranton. Plaintiffs Expert: Dr. Jude Sidari, internal medicine...
A public high school didn't violate the Fourteenth Amendment rights of two students when it failed to quell a bully, an en banc panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held
Travel agents that booked a fishing trip to Costa Rica on which a New Jersey man drowned when the boat capsized in choppy seas are not liable to his estate, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Ci
A woman injured on a raft ride at Six Flags Great Adventure has no cause of action against the Jackson amusement park, a state appeals court found on Tuesday
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A woman injured on a raft ride at Six Flags Great Adventure has no cause of action against the Jackson amusement park, a state appeals court rules, finding the plaintiff's exclusive remedy was under
It was supposed to be a typical Pennsylvania judicial retention vote. Maybe a few cries from concerned citizens over allegedly questionable rulings. Maybe a couple editorials railing against improper
...Yardley, Pa. Defense Counsel: R. Anthony Michetti, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, Doylestown, Pa.; John R. Evans, Bolan Jahnsen Reardon, Havertown, Pa...
Before the 34th annual Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run, held on May 19, it had been raining all morning and started to pour at approximately 8 a.m., 30 minutes before the race was schedul
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