We've discussed before how attorneys for defendants in premises liability lawsuits commonly seek to have cases moved from state to federal court because the damages sought by the plaintiffs are expected to exceed $75,000. That is the case for a lawsuit brought by a husband and wife from Lafayette Hills, Pennsylvania.
Lawsuits can be extremely complicated. This is why attorneys are often best suited to handling the matters. A prime example of this is a recent attempt by a worker who was injured while on the premises of her employer. Her on-the-job accident resulted in serious injuries that required medical care and surgery but the courts did not side with her claim.
Businesses in Philadelphia should be wary of the many dangers that could affect customers and other at-risk individuals. Some worry about a potential slip and fall accident, which is much more common than many believe.
A judge at the common pleas court in Erie County, Pennsylvania, recently heard a case that involved snow, ice and a fall. The premises liability suit named a collision shop in Erie, Pennsylvania, as the defendant.