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Lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of West Pittsburg woman killed by tractor trailer that left scene

Dallas M. Hartman and Patrick L. Sullivan filed a lawsuit last Friday on behalf of the family of 19 year-old Alissa Jones, who died after being hit by a tractor trailer on June 30, 2019, in West Pittsburg.  The accident...
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Dallas M. Hartman & Patrick L. Sullivan Secure $10.6 Million Settlement for Injured Mercer County Truck Driver

A Mercer County man has been awarded nearly $10.6 million as a part of a settlement against Dura-Bond Coating Inc. after portions of both of his legs had to be amputated following an industrial accident at a Duquesne pipe yard...
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UPMC Jameson is notifying patients of a potential exposure from improperly cleaned ultrasound probes

We are currently speaking to many clients who have been contacted by UPMC about a potential exposure from improperly cleaned ultrasound probes at UPMC Jameson Hospital in New Castle. While officials say “related health risks are extremely low", all patients...
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Dallas Hartman announces sponsorship of New Castle YMCA Learn to Swim Program

We are proud to announce that our firm is partnering with the New Castle Community YMCA to offer free swim instruction and water safety classes to our local school children. Students in grades second through fourth are eligible to participate...
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Attorney Patrick Sullivan discusses the most dangerous intersections in Allegheny County on KDKA Radio

Attorney Patrick Sullivan spoke with KDKA Radio’s John McIntire about our study on the most dangerous intersections in Allegheny County.  While not the most populous county in the state, Allegheny County has more collisions than any other county.  We specifically looked at...
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Study: The Most Dangerous Intersections in Allegheny County

Allegheny County has the most motor vehicle collisions of any county in Pennsylvania. In fact, it accounts for roughly 10 percent of all collisions in the state, outranking the more populous Philadelphia County by nearly 700. Motor vehicle crashes can...
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Class action lawsuit filed against Butler School District, Superintendent for exposing students to lead in drinking water at Summit Elementary

Attorneys Douglas J. Olcott and Caitlin M. Harrington along with Brendan Lupetin from Meyers, Evans, Lupetin & Unatin, filed a federal class action lawsuit against Butler Area School District and Dale R. Lumley, PhD today. This is a civil suit...
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Governor Wolf Signs Daniel’s Law at Scott Township Fire Station

After two and a half years of blood, sweat and many tears, the Gallatin family finally saw Daniel's Law signed by Governor Tom Wolf. Daniel's Law will provide a sentencing enhancement of up to five years for an accident involving...
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Governor Tom Wolf to sign Daniel’s Law at the Scott Township Volunteer Fire Department tomorrow

We are very excited to announce that Governor Tom Wolf will sign Daniel's Law (HB 853) at the Scott Township Volunteer Fire Department in New Castle tomorrow at 1:30 pm. Daniel's Law was created in honor of Daniel Gallatin who was...
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Attorney Doug Olcott and the Gallatin family discuss wrongful death case on Today Show

On Monday, the Today Show aired a story that discussed a case where we are attempting to hold the senders of a text to a distracted driver liable for the death of Daniel Gallatin. Earlier this year, a Lawrence County...
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Dallas Hartman and Doug Olcott recognized as two of the top 100 Lawyers in Pennsylvania

We are proud to announce that Attorney Dallas W. Hartman and Attorney Douglas J. Olcott, senior litigator, have been bestowed the distinguished honor of the exclusive Top 100 Super Lawyers Pennsylvania, Top 50 Super Lawyers Pittsburgh and the top 5%...
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Young expectant mother discusses her life after contracting Hepatitis C at McKay-Dee Hospital

Late last year, McKay-Dee and Davis Hospitals in Utah sent out letters to over 7,200 people warning patients of a possible exposure to Hepatitis C after a nurse was discovered diverting drugs.Our firm was contacted by many people who had...
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