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The Ross Feller Casey qui tam lawsuit centered on allegations that the father-son owned practice billed for procedures that were not medically necessary.
The major lawsuit filed by Matt Casey says the school district must be held accountable for turning a “blind eye” to obvious signs of sexual abuse.
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What kinds of damages can people collect from a personal injury lawsuit?
If your child was diagnosed with CP, there’s help available for you.
From burns to amputations, what everyone needs to know about the potentially deadly dangers of lawn mowers.
The major suit filed by Matt Casey alleges insufficient safety measures led to the death.
The latest verdict brings to more than $300 million the amount juries have awarded to women who have developed ovarian cancer from talc products.
Can you file a lawsuit for injuries on a construction site even if you work there?
If your baby or your wife has been hurt during childbirth, your doctor might have made a mistake.
What you need to know about compensatory and recoverable damages from a personal injury lawsuit.
What you need to know if you file a medical malpractice case for your child.
What is the difference between a personal injury lawsuit and workers’ compensation?
In many cases, anesthesia is the most dangerous part of a medical procedure.
Did you know that many cases of cerebral palsy are the result of a doctor’s error?
Judge rules that the high-profile case against Walmart alleging it negligently sold bullets used to kill three people will remain in Philadelphia.
If something went wrong during childbirth, you might need to consider a lawsuit.
The tragic March 10 blaze in Harrisburg, Pa., sparked by a recharging hoverboard has claimed the life of a second child.
The firm is reviewing potential lawsuits against the makers of defective hoverboards that have caused fires and injuries nationwide.