Two Northeast Pennsylvania bars have settled for a combined $6.6 million with a man who became quadriplegic after driving drunk and crashing his car into a tree
A Philadelphia jury has awarded $2.25 million to a construction worker who was injured when a concrete-pumping hose struck him on the head and caused him to fall into a basement
More and more insurance companies are opting to resolve medical malpractice cases through binding arbitration rather than going to trial, some attorneys say
A 24-year-old who ate meals, played video games and kept clothing at his parents' house, but allegedly lived with his girlfriend for more than six months, cannot be covered under his family's auto in
...Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby, Philadelphia; William E. Remphrey Jr., Margolis Edelstein, Philadelphia. Plaintiffs Experts: Royal A. Bunin, economics, Wynnewood, Pa...
Allegations that a man's former employer broke state and federal laws by accessing his private email account and reading communications between him and his lawyer after he had been fired have survive
One of the newly confirmed judges on the federal bench in the Middle District of Pennsylvania signaled in a recent opinion that he will have little tolerance for what he sees as disrespect to the cou
...Philadelphia; Timothy J. Galanaugh, McGivney & Kluger, Philadelphia; James M. Prahler, Margolis Edelstein, Philadelphia; Mark T. Riley, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, King...
The burden for employers to seek and obtain a suspension of a claimant's workers' compensation benefits based upon their voluntary withdrawal from the workforce just became complicated, because the P
At oral argument last week looking at when the statute of limitations should toll in a medical malpractice case where there are many possible causes of injury and the proper defendant can't be readil
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