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  • Category: Peter M. Patton, Esq.

    Galfand Berger Celebrates Nova Nation!

    Photo courtesy of Peter M. Patton, Esq. Galfand Berger staff and attorneys joined thousands of other Philadelphia sports fans as we celebrated the Villanova Wildcats’ NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. Many of us took a break from our busy schedules, stepped outside our office and cheered on these young athletes who brought home another championship trophy[…]

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    Philadelphia Work Injury Lawyer Discusses Aerial Lift Dangers

    by Peter Patton, Esq. Aerial lifts continue to injure construction workers.  A common scenario is when a worker is pinned by a lift against an object, either to the side of the lift, or directly above the lift. On May 30, 2015 an aerial lift fatally pinned a 35-year-old Monroeville, Pennsylvania man against the roof[…]

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    Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer Wins Important Procedural Victory in Products Liability Case

    Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, Peter Patton, Senior Partner at Galfand Berger, secured a victory in a products liability case recently (to read our previous blog on this case, click here.)  In Capece v. Hess, Attorney Patton argued before the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania that a decision should be based on the[…]

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    Philadelphia Products Liability Attorney Discusses the Dangers of Unsafe Power Presses

    Power presses continue to kill and disable workers, despite suppliers’ knowledge of safeguards to prevent such incidents. Manufacturers and other suppliers know […]

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    Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyer: Dangerous Railcars Pose a Threat to Safety

    By Peter M. Patton, Esq. Rail cars carrying volatile crude oil are so unsafe they must be banned, according to a petition recently filed by Earth Justice on behalf of the Sierra Club and Forest Ethics.  Government action by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is moving too slowly to phase out these rail cars,[…]

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