Residents of Pittsburgh who have been seriously injured because a property or business owner failed to make their establishment safe for visitors may be interested in a case that was recently filed in another major Pennsylvania city. According to news sources, a law firm in Philadelphia has filed a premises liability complaint on behalf of a woman who was injured in a slip-and-fall accident at restaurant located inside a Bensalem casino on July 2, 2012.
Pittsburgh residents may be interested in a story about an accident that occurred at a Pennsylvania amusement park. Injuries sustained there have led one New Jersey woman to file a lawsuit against the park.
A Pennsylvania woman has filed suit after having injured herself in while walking along a section of sidewalk that had been torn up by construction workers. The woman, who is blind, says that she injured her back, knee, wrist and shoulder in the incident and that construction workers failed to block the area in question. She is suing the company that owns the building, the general contractor and a sub-contractor on the basis of premises liability.
A Pennsylvania woman is suing a local branch of a chain department store in connection with injuries that she sustained on the store's premises on May 24, 2012. The woman, a resident of Bucks county, is suing Kohl's Doylestown store, and she is being represented by an attorney in Philadelphia.