Retired Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Thomasine Tynes turned herself in Thursday on corruption charges stemming from a bribery investigation that Attorney General Kathleen Kane had previously said was dead.
On March 8, 2012, plaintiff Daniel Contreras IV, 20, was contacted by his sister, Veronica DeJesus, regarding a family dispute outside their grandmother's beauty salon, located in the 3300 block of north Front Street in North Philadelphia.
On April 20, 2012, plaintiff Harriet Greenberg, 66, was driving a 2003 BMW sedan through an intersection at a shopping center at 1657 The Fairway, in Jenkintown, Pa. As she proceeded through the intersection, the front driver's side of her car was struck by the front of a Nissan Maxima driven by Katherine Stoever. Greenberg claimed that she suffered an injury to her left shoulder.
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Ketchum v. Giant Food Stores LLC, PICS Case No. 14-1614 (Pa. Super. Sept. 30, 2014) (memorandum) Bowes, J. (11 pages).
Premises Liability • Business Invitee • Burden of Proof • Actual/Constructive Notice of Danger • "Mode of Operation" Exception
Freedom Med. Supply Inc. v. PMA Capital Ins. Co., PICS Case No. 14-1635 (C.P. Philadelphia Aug. 8, 2014) Glazer, J. (9 pages).
Workers' Compensation Act • Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law • Class Certification
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