In litigation over "stacking" uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage in Pennsylvania, lawyers would be remiss not to prominently cite Sackett v. Nationwide Mutual and its progeny of three state
An Allegheny County trial judge has ruled that plaintiffs injured in an automobile accident with a drunken driver cannot recover under a claim that a defendant liquor licensee violated Pennsylvania L
A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has ruled that a landlord does not have responsibility for a child's injury from being bitten by a tenant's dog because the landlord had no knowledge of any danger
...a partner and litigation manager in the Pittsburgh office of Edgar Snyder & Associates. "The failure scenarios are quite robust." ...
The following is a list of the largest law firms in the city of Pittsburgh ranked by the number of full-time attorneys asreported in the 2010 edition of PaLAW magazine
The following is a list of the 100 largest law firms in Pennsylvania ranked by the total number of attorneys in all offices worldwide as reported in the 2010 edition of PaLAW magazine
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