The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a state trooper who claims he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after hitting and killing a woman with his patrol car is entitled to workers' c
The Pittsburgh Steelers do not have to pay the attorney fees related to a former player's workers' compensation case because, though he clearly suffered injuries while with the team, the team reasona
A lawyer representing a Pennsylvania police state trooper who has post-traumatic stress disorder told the state Supreme Court in Pittsburgh last week that it had the opportunity to break a line of pr
...reached for comment. James A. Mazzotta of Fried Kane Walters Zuschlag & Grochmal in Pittsburgh represented the state police. He could not be...
...by Linda S. Judson, a workers' compensation attorney at Fried Kane Walters Zuschlag & Grochmal in Pittsburgh and who is not backed by the committee...
Two new candidates for the Commonwealth Court have emerged following Tuesday's deadline for candidates to file their nomination petitions
Despite state Superior Court Judge Joan Orie Melvin's endorsement by a strong majority of the Republican State Committee, the Republican nomination for the one opening on the state Supreme Court will
Despite state Superior Court Judge Joan Orie Melvin's endorsement by an overwhelming majority of the Republican State Committee, the Republican nomination for the one opening on the state Supreme Cou
Jack A. Panella, a Pennsylvania Superior Court judge seeking a seat on the state Supreme Court, led the Democratic State Committee's list of endorsed candidates during the committee's endorsement mee
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