TT&H in Court
January 17, 2020
TT&H Attorneys Louis Long, Joseph Pulcini and Voula Mamounas win appeal from the entry of summary judgment in limited tort action.
In the case of Moyer v. Conroy, the Superior Court recently affirmed the entry of summary judgment in favor the defendant driver, finding the action was barred by the statute of limitations. The Plaintiff’s decedent, who was subject to a limited tort election, died before the original complaint was filed. The Court dismissed the original…
January 16, 2020
Pennsylvania Superior Court vacates judgment for Plaintiffs following appeal filed by Attorney Louis Long.
In Wenk v State Farm, the Superior Court vacated a judgment for the Plaintiffs and remanded for a hearing to determine whether the Plaintiffs’ settlement of another matter would give rise to a set-off against the damages claimed in the instant case. The Plaintiffs’ home had been damaged by some contractors and subsequent repair efforts…
December 16, 2019
TT&H Attorney James Swartz, III, wins defense verdict in Philadelphia negligence action.
Attorney James Swartz, III, recently won a defense verdict following a jury trial in Philadelphia County. Plaintiff claimed that he had slipped and fallen on a patch of ice created by a melting-refreezing phenomenon located on a sidewalk controlled by Mr. Swartz’ client. Plaintiff sustained a trimalleolar fracture of his right ankle as a result…
October 15, 2019
TT&H Attorney Rebecca Sember Izsak wins defense verdict in negligence action claiming closed head injury.
Attorney Rebecca Sember Izsak recently won a defense verdict following a jury trial in Mercer County. Plaintiff claimed that she slipped and fell on a thick and dirty isolated patch of snow and ice as she stepped out of her car at a gasoline pump. Plaintiff claimed a closed head injury in connection with the…
October 04, 2019
TT&H Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Matthew Clayberger win summary judgment in death case arising from a prisoner’s suicide.
On September 30, 2019, Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Matthew Clayberger won summary judgment for four correctional officers and a nurse. The action was filed after a prisoner committed suicide during his incarceration. The wife of the prisoner filed suit claiming that the correctional officers were recklessly indifferent to the prisoner’s particular vulnerability to suicide. She…