Blog

As it appeared in the Chicago Tribune By Becky Jacobs Two clashing pierogi festivals — one in Whiting and the other in Pennsylvania — reached a settlement in federal court […]

Read More

Attorney Alexander Russin joins the Firm to head new practice area.  Pennsylvania law firm Fellerman & Ciarimboli announced the addition of an estate and wills law practice to its firm.  […]

Read More

Nobody gets out of this life alive. It’s an old quote turned into song lyrics that basically sums up the unavoidable. All things considered, it’s most likely something you already […]

Read More

It could be that it’s a better-kept secret. For some reason, most associate clergy sex abuse with stories about priests. However, the truth is that accusations about child sex abuse […]

Read More

Teacher sexual abuse is as heinous as it gets when it comes to institutional sexual abuse. But, what happens when your high school-age or college-age child is discovered to be […]

Read More

As it appeared in the PennRecord By Bree Gonzales SCRANTON — A bereaved family is suing Valley View School District, Highland Associates Architecture Interior Design, S.G. Mastriani Co. and S.G. […]

Read More

“Limited tort” is the silent, cunning, and swift murderer of many personal injury claims. And the vast majority of potential clients I come across have no idea it has already […]

Read More

Population wise, Pennsylvania ranks sixth in the United States. Last year, one of Pennsylvania’s football teams took first place in the nation. However, there’s another first that will make most […]

Read More

As it appeared on The Times Leader By Jerry Lynott – jlynott@timesleader.com A confidential settlement will allow the Edwardsville Pierogi Festival to go on as scheduled this weekend, an attorney […]

Read More

We are days into June and, for all intents and purposes, summer is here. We all get excited to spend time outside, take in the blue skies, breathe in the […]

Read More

As it appeared in the Scranton Times-Tribune KATHLEEN BOLUS, STAFF WRITER The family of a longtime Scranton Prep staffer, who died after an accident during a 2016 football game, sued […]

Read More

With all the recent and tragic school bus accidents occurring throughout and near our area, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTBS) has recommended, for the first time, that all new […]

Read More

You feel absolutely helpless. Your child comes home from school every day looking depressed and miserable. Mornings have become increasingly difficult too. When you ask your child to share what […]

Read More

If you have suffered a mild to severe back injury at any point in your life, you know how excruciating the pain is. You can’t bend, twist, turn or do […]

Read More

Is your infant suffering from an injury that was caused by the negligence of a medical professional, such as a doctor or nurse? If the answer is yes, then it’s […]

Read More

As it appeared in the Gainsville Sun By Cindy Swirko The charges came after the girl and her family filed a civil suit against the doctor, who was director of […]

Read More

Warmer weather is finally in the forecast. More importantly, no more snow! We hope. With temperatures rising, more and more motorcycle owners will be hitting the roads to enjoy the […]

Read More

As it appeared on the Citizens’ Voice BY BOB KALINOWSKI Plains Twp. is joining the legal battle against some of the biggest prescription drug companies in the world, accusing them […]

Read More

Categories

Tags

Archives

Recent News

Call Now
Email Now
Back to Top