TT&H in Court
August 25, 2020
TT&H Attorneys Win Summary Judgment in Franklin County
TT&H Attorneys win summary judgment in connection with a Franklin County suit improperly filed against a dead person. In August of this year, Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Julia Morrison of our Harrisburg office, won summary judgment in a matter filed against a dead person. The caption reflected that the decedent was sued “in care of…
May 04, 2020
TT&H Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Julia Morrison Win Summary Judgment in Dauphin County Death Case
On May 4, 2020, Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Julia Morrison of TT&H’s Harrisburg office, won summary judgment in connection with a death action filed in Dauphin County. The matter involved an accidental fire that claimed the lives of two foster children and injured another. The Plaintiffs alleged that the Defendant, a company that vets foster…
March 13, 2020
TT&H Attorney Lacey Conn wins summary judgment in multi-million dollar Consumer Protection Act case.
Earlier this month, TT&H Attorney Lacey Conn won summary judgment when the DC Superior Court granted a Motion for summary judgment she had filed in October of 2018. Lacey’s client, a condominium association, had held a foreclosure auction for one of its condo units because of the owner’s failure to pay the condo fees. The…
March 05, 2020
TT&H Attorney Jim Pyrah wins unanimous defense verdict in Lackawanna County negligence action.
Attorney Jim Pyrah recently won a unanimous defense verdict following trial in Lackawanna County. The Plaintiff had claimed that he was walking his dog a few blocks from his house when he was struck by the bumper of a snack delivery truck operated by his neighbor. The Plaintiff claimed injuries to his hip and knee…
February 26, 2020
Attorney Lacey Conn wins summary judgment for Condominium Association in property damage case.
Attorney Lacey Conn, an attorney in TT&H’s Fairfax, VA office, recently won summary judgment in a property damage action brought against a Condominium Association (the “Association”) in Washington, DC. Plaintiff, who owned a condominium within the Association, brought suit against the Association, alleging that the foundation surrounding her building had been graded incorrectly, forcing water towards…