3 May 2019
Appeals Court Sends Products Liability Case vs. Husqvarna Back to Philadelphia
In moving a products liability case against outdoor power tools manufacturer Husqvarna back to Philadelphia after it was initially transferred to Bucks County, the Pennsylvania Superior warned trial judges making venue determinations against assigning too much weight to the percentage ...
30 Apr 2019
Experts: Human error may be cause of Seattle crane collapse
SEATTLE (AP) – Human error may have caused a crane collapse that killed four people and injured four others over the weekend, experts said Monday.
13 Mar 2019
Kohl’s Customers Seek OK On $1.8M Credit Monitoring Deal
Kohl’s customers asked a Pennsylvania federal judge Tuesday to approve a $1.8 million deal to end class claims that the retailer and Capital One Financial Corp. charged them for a credit monitoring program that allegedly did not always include all ...
7 Mar 2019
In First Pennsylvania Lawsuit Of Its Kind, “Killer Kratom” Labeled Cause Of Death Of Beloved 25-Year-Old Human Services Counselor
7 Mar 2019
Remarks Of Scott Sturgis, Father Of Caleb Sturgis
FIRST LET ME TELL YOU A LITTLE ABOUT CALEB.
12 Feb 2019
$7 Million Record Settlement Reached for Estate of Motorist Killed by Reckless New Jersey School Bus Driver
Philadelphia, PA (February 12, 2019) – A $7 million settlement has been reached between the estate of 49-year-old Harry McCracken, III, of Williamstown, N.J. and defendant Student Transportation of America (STA) related to a fatal school-bus crash on February 12, ...
25 Jan 2019
$6M Settlement in Suit Over Falling Bricks at Lululemon Store
A woman injured when bricks from an adjacent building crashed through a Lululemon store has settled her lawsuit against the property owner for $6 million.
13 Nov 2018
Companies Agree to Pay $24M Over Construction Worker’s Brain Injury
According to court papers, plaintiff Leon Oates, a construction worker, broke through a drop ceiling tile during the construction project and fell about 15 feet, before falling another roughly 15 feet down a concrete staircase, leaving him in a “semi-conscious, ...
25 Oct 2018
Rome Escalator Disaster Appears Identical to 2007 Giants Stadium Safety Failure
Trial attorney Larry Bendesky, an international authority on escalator-safety failures, says yesterday’s escalator accident in a Rome subway station appears nearly identical to the 2007 Giants Stadium, New Jersey disaster in which numerous football fans were severely injured when the ...
15 Oct 2018
Owner of Branson, Missouri Death-trap Duck Boat Insults Dead, Survivors, Claiming Lives Lost Are Worthless
Ripley’s Entertainment, Inc., owner-operator of the Branson, Missouri duck boat that outrageously and recklessly killed 17 victims and injured 14 others, today issued an insulting and insensitive statement about its callous and calculated lawsuit—citing an 1851 Federal limitation of liability ...