A Lackawanna County judge declined to dismiss a railroad employer from a lawsuit in which six former workers were suing the company for alleged negligent exposure to coal dust, ruling that the employ
For Pennsylvania attorneys who are following the state's body of law on discovery motions regarding social media, here's one thing to consider: While the law is not settled, many of the cases posing
A Lackawanna County judge has tossed out a suit filed by a former train conductor who claims he suffered permanent pulmonary damage from prolonged exposure to coal dust, finding that causation cannot
A Lackawanna County judge has consolidated the cases of eight railroad workers suing the same employer under the same federal law for negligent exposure to coal dust and diesel fumes
...In response, Sharp's lawyer, James DeCinti of Pion Johnston Nerone Girman Clements & Smith in Camp Hill, Pa., argued that Smyser was correct because...
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