Property insurance agents who offer customers advice on the replacement value of their homes have a duty of care to their customers, a Crawford County Common Pleas Court judge has ruled, but that dut
The PCRA court properly dismissed appellant's petition as untimely and found that trial counsel did not have a conflict of interest when he represented appellant. Affirmed
The Superior Court improperly held that the trial court abused its discretion in ordering a separate trial of the claims of four bellwether or test-case plaintiffs from among the 45 plaintiffs in thi
Having found the trash pulls were lawfully conducted, the trial court properly considered information regarding the trash pulls outside the affidavit's four corners in reviewing the magistrate's prob
Because the offer letter specifically stated that appellee had to execute the employment contract as a condition of employment, the employment agreement, not the offer letter, contained the definitiv
Testimony and an underlying offer letter regarding a bona fide offer were admissible as evidence to determine fair market value of a property in a property condemnation valuation trial. Affirmed
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A controversy surrounding the Lackawanna County guardian ad litem program and Danielle Ross, once the county's sole guardian, took a pivotal turn in February when Ross was indicted on two counts of t
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