The estate of a woman suing a Scranton doctor for malpractice does not have to pay the attorney fees and travel costs of the doctor and the hospital it is suing stemming from an out-of-state depositi
...surgery, Chicago. Defense Counsel: Bruce L. Coyer, O'Malley Harris Durkin & Perry, Scranton. Defense Experts: Matthew R. Astroff, gastroenterology...
A $20.5 million verdict in a birth-defect case out of Lackawanna County got a boost last week when a judge denied the defendants' post-trial motions and added nearly $7 million in delay damages to th
...Behlke $20.5 million (verdict) Medical Malpractice Michael Perry of O'Malley Harris Durkin & C.P. Lackawanna Perry; Jeffrey M. Kornblau and...
A husband-and-wife team of Montgomery County lawyers has secured the highest reported medical malpractice verdict in Lackawanna County Common Pleas Court since 1999, when the same pair earned that di
...an insured location. Gerald J. Hanchulak, of O'Malley Harris Durkin & Perry in Scranton, represented Angerson, who had assigned his rights...
Evidence of an attempt to do actual harm to himself is needed before a decision can be made to involuntarily commit a mentally-ill person, a Superior Court panel has ruled
A trial court erred when it threw out a family's lawsuit over a Lackawanna County man's suicide after mental health workers refused to involuntarily commit him despite evidence he intended to harm hi
...plaintiffs. Amy Schwed, of The Perry Law Firm in Scranton, represents Redan. Matthew P. Barrett, of O'Malley Harris Durkin & Perry in Scranton, represents...
Equity dictated opening judgments of non pros in a medical malpractice action where the plaintiff supplied an expert report to her counsel, but her attorney failed to timely file a certificate of mer
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