Winters in Pennsylvania can be harsh and usher in heavy amounts of ice, sleet and snow. Harrisburg residents are often left dealing with the storms’ aftereffects, such as dangerously slick sidewalks and roads.
As the accumulation of ice and snow on paved… Read More
Pennsylvania law does not require that sidewalks be free of defects, imperfections or irregularities. It is required that sidewalks be an a reasonably safe condition. Many sidewalks are uneven as result of weather and tree roots. The natural conditions… Read More
A Pennsylvania man is suing his former employer and the owner of the facility where he was working for $41 million after he says he suffered permanent injuries at the worksite. According to reports from The Business Review, the accident happened in October… Read More
Below is Schmidt Kramer’s Chuck Schmidt discussing with Annie McCormick of WHP-TV 21 in Harrisburg the filing of a Motion to Intervene on January 10, 2011 in a case involving the Second Mile’s insurance company Federal Insurance and Mr. Sandusky. The… Read More
See the link below for the recent decision of the Pennsylvania Superior Court which reverses summary judgment in the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas.
In Archibald v. Kemble, _____ A.2d _____ (Pa. Super. 2009), Scott Cooper, Esquire, a Partner at… Read More
LEWISBURG — Michael Hobbins, a former assistant football coach in Mifflinburg who was blinded by an errant gunshot while turkey hunting in May, and his wife, Terry, have filed a lawsuit in Union County against the man who injured him.
The Hobbins, of… Read More