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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Allows Nurse’s Testimony

Below are links to the majority and the dissenting opinion of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the recent decision, Freed v. Geisinger Medical Center, ____ A.2d ____ (Pa. June 15, 2009). Justice Todd wrote the opinion for the majority and the dissent…

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Chuck Schmidt Interviewed On The Filing Of The Second Known Civil Lawsuit In The Penn State Scandal

We’re learning even more about a civil lawsuit filed by the alleged 12th victim Thursday against Jerry Sandusky, Penn State and The Second Mile. It’s an exclusive story you saw first on CBS 21 News live at 5. The accuser, who was 12 when Jerry Sandusky…

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Superior Court Finds New Jersey Company Subject To Pennsylvania Jurisdiction

Attached is the link to the Pennsylvania Superior Court opinion from March 20, 2012 in  Schiavone v. Aveta.  This is a case dealing with the personal jurisdiction of a New Jersey company after one of its employees was involved in a car accident in Pike…

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Schmidt Kramer Files Motion To Protect Victims Of Sandusky Case

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…

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Schmidt Kramer Represents Bob Archibald

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…

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Johnson & Johnson Warned About Defective Insulin Pumps

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned drug maker, Johnson & Johnson, that they could face penalties for selling faulty insulin pumps and withholding warnings regarding the dangers they pose to users. According to WHTM 27 News and other sources,…

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FDA Issues Recall Of Phenylephrine HCl Due To Visible Particles In Vials

The healthcare industry is receiving warnings from the Food and Drug Administration regarding the dangers of injectable versions of Phenylephrine HCl. According to an FDA press release, the warnings and recent recall are being blamed on “visible particles”…

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Below is the link to a Pennsylvania Superior Court decision from August 31, 2009.  In  Pringle v. Rapaport, ___ A.2d ___ (Pa. Super. August 31, 2009),  the Superior Court reversed a Clearfield County Court of Common Pleas verdict for the defendant doctor. The…

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Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Hospital In Carlisle Alleged SERIOUS PROBLEMS.

Three days ago, a story broke, that Carlisle Regional Medical Center (“CRMC”) had been taken to task by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The article said two deaths in the Emergency Department may be blamed on dangerous understaffing. If you or…

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Federal Court Strikes Trucking Company Witnesses’ Changes To Errata

On January 19, 2011, Judge Jones in the District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania issued an Order and ruling in a truck accident case where the issue concerns whether he should strike an errata sheet of a Swift Trucking Company witness. The…

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