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February 7, 2014
Toliet-Tipping Prank

A man who was rendered quadriplegic when two of his relatives accidentally tipped over the portable toilet he was using in an attempt to play a...

January 27, 2014
SMBB REPRESENTS VICTIM OF DEADLY FIRE ESCAPE COLLAPSE

PHILADELPHIA, PA- Robert J. Mongeluzzi, Esq., Andrew R. Duffy, Esq. and the firm of Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky, P.C., have been...

January 13, 2014
Man dead, two women injured in fire escape collapse

FAMILIES OUT walking in Center City yesterday afternoon peered through an iron gate into the narrow alleyway behind the historic John C. Bell House...

January 13, 2014
Investigation Continues In Weekend Fatal Fire Escape Collapse

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The investigation continues tonight in the fire escape collapse that killed one person and injured two others in Rittenhouse...

January 13, 2014
No Inspection in More Than 50 Years for Fire Escape that Collapsed, Killing Man

The fire escape that collapsed early Sunday morning, killing one man and critically injuring two women, may not have been inspected in more than 50...

January 12, 2014
MEDIA ADVISORY: ATTORNEY ROBERT J. MONGELUZZI AVAILABLE TO DISCUSS FATAL PHILADELPHIA FIRE ESCAPE COLLAPSE

Robert J. Mongeluzi, Esq., recognized as one of the nation's premier litigators in cases involving catastrophic - often fatal - structural failures,...

November 25, 2013
Contractor charged with murder in Philadelphia building collapse

A contractor who led a botched building demolition that killed six people inside an adjacent store will face murder charges for allegedly using...

November 25, 2013
Demolition contractor faces murder charges in Philadelphia building collapse

Attorney Robert Mongeluzzi, who represents several people injured in the collapse as well as families of some of those who were killed, said he...

November 18, 2013
Parents of Woman Killed In Center City Building Collapse Call For Tighter Regulation

There was heart-wrenching testimony today in City Council as the parents of one of the victims of the Market Street building collapse testified...

November 18, 2013
Inquirer Editorial: L&I must do a better job

More than five months later, city officials still haven't explained why a botched demolition project that left six people dead inside a Salvation...

November 14, 2013
Statement Regarding OSHA Violations In the Salvation Army Building Collapse

Robert J. Mongeluzzi said the citations issued today by the U.S. Department of Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) further validate that the June...

November 14, 2013
Feds Seek Nearly $400K in Philly Building Collapse

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Federal officials cited glaring violations of accepted safety standards Thursday in proposing nearly $400,000 in fines against...

November 14, 2013
OSHA: Deadly collapse was 'preventable'

Two Philadelphia contractors' "deliberate neglect" of basic demolition safety rules resulted in the Center City building collapse that killed six...

November 14, 2013
Feds drop first hammer in building collapse

FIVE MONTHS after a botched demolition job in Center City killed six people and injured 14 more, the survivors and the victims' families have...

November 14, 2013
$400,000 fines proposed in fatal Philly building collapse officials say was avoidable

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited two contractors in connection with the Philadelphia building collapse that killed six...

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