Dougherty, Leventhal and Price personal injury Attorneys Patrick E Dougherty, Joseph G. Price and Paul T. Oven settled a motor vehicle accident case against a paving company winning $14.5 million for their client. The client sustained traumatic injuries in the one car crash. The client turned out of a driveway and traveled about a half mile… Read more »
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A Columbia County jury awarded $1.5 million to the family of a patient whose pulmonary hemorrhage was allegedly misdiagnosed by a Bloomsburg doctor. The law firm of Dougherty, Leventhal & Price filed a medical malpractice suit on behalf of the family of Bruce Whitmire, 43, against the doctor, Donald A. Remaly, alleging he had mistakenly… Read more »
A Nanticoke couple has been awarded $1.96 million in a verdict returned by a Luzerne County jury against the Tennessee corporation that operates Dollar General stores. The couple, Joan and Jay Urbanski, was represented by personal injury Attorneys Patrick Dougherty, Joseph Price and Brian Walsh of the DLP law firm. Attorney Price believes the verdict… Read more »
In a recent settlement, personal injury Attorney Brian Walsh of the DLP law firm secured an award of the insurance policy limits ($300,000.00) for an injured motorist who had initially agreed to settle the case for $3,000.00. Plaintiff, a 19 year old male, was injured in a motor vehicle accident. Within a week of the… Read more »
A 57 year old paraplegic who sustained right shoulder injuries while staying at the Holiday Inn Express secured a settlement of $750,000.00 based on the negligence of the defendant. The plaintiff, who was represented by Personal injury Attorneys Patrick Dougherty and Brian J Walsh of the DLP Law Firm, suffered a torn bicep tendon, as well… Read more »
In a confidential settlement, the DLP law firm secured an award of $540,000 for a victim in a vicious dog bite attack. Personal injury Attorney David Smacchi was the handling attorney for the dog bite victim.
Katherine was an extremely independent individual, even though she was now 77 years old. Katherine enjoyed her privacy and lived in her own small house. Every Saturday, she would go to the grocery store where she would shop. While it took her a little longer to do things, she was in good physical shape and… Read more »
Attorney John Finnerty is a 2009 and 2010 Recipient of the Equal Access to Justice Award from Lackawanna Pro Bono, Inc. for volunteer efforts in representing indigent clients.
As President of the Minooka Neighborhood Association, personal injury Attorney John Finnerty of DLP Law has been working with the City of Scranton in designing and implementing over $100,000 in repairs and improvements to the Billy Barrett Playground.
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has addressed the issue of what constitutes an “abnormal working condition” for the purposes of establishing a work related mental injury. In McLaurin v. W.C.A.B. (SEPTA), the claimant was a SEPTA bus driver with a set route in West Philadelphia. One day, several hooded young men entered his bus without paying… Read more »