Osvaldo Rivera, a line supervisor at a truck factory in Breinigsville, suffered a crush injury to his right hand while using a driveshaft manipulator.
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Ken Fulginiti has recovered over $9 million in damages for a Reading couple after the husband was severely burned and injured by a gas-powered stove when it exploded.
A catastrophic food truck explosion in July 2014 that killed two and severely burned two others has resulted in the largest pre-verdict settlement in Pennsylvania state court history.
U-Haul has agreed to pay $160 million to settle claims stemming from a fatal 2014 explosion that killed two women and left 11 others injured, thanks in part to Duffy firm attorneys Ken Fulginiti and Sarah Dooley.
The widow of a man fatally struck by a piece of tire removal equipment has filed a survival and wrongful dealth lawsuit on his behalf, against his former employer and the companies that manufactured the equipment in question.
Tom Duffy and Ken Fulginiti have again been named to the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list, joining just 5 percent of attorneys in the state to receive the designation.
Ken Fulginiti and Sarah Dooley represented Luong Nguyen and his wife, who sued a stove manufacturer alleging claims under a theory of products liability, including design defect and failure to warn.
Dooley and other members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division were presented for admission and welcomed by Chief Justice John Roberts before they swore to support the Constitution of the United States.
Ken Fulginiti represented a woman who, after being stopped in traffic, was rear-ended by a sedan. She claimed injuries to her neck, left shoulder, and back.
This article was originally published in the January, 2018 issue of The Verdict, the regular newsletter of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. Sarah Dooley served as issue editor.