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Today the law firm of Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman filed a class action complaint in federal court in the Middle District of Pennsylvania on behalf of landowners whose natural gas royalties are being unfairly and illegally reduced by Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Chesapeake Operating, LLC.

Pollock royalties case fairness hearing scheduled for May 4, 2015

On March 5, 2015 the Court entered a final judgment after trial on behalf of Plaintiffs in the amount of $911,922.16 plus prejudgment interest, and against Defendant, Energy Corporation of America. Class Counsel for the Plaintiffs' have filed an Application for Attorney Fees and costs of 30% of the total verdict Amount and a Fairness Hearing is scheduled for May 4, 2015 at 9:30 AM in Courtroom 9B of the U.S. Courthouse, 700 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219.

Judge Certifies Class in Windermere Apartment Fire

A judge in Philadelphia's Common Pleas Court recently issued an opinion certifying the class status of the victims of the Windermere apartment fire on January 10, 2011. The extensive damage caused by the massive fire was the result of negligence on the part of the apartment owners who failed to install adequate fire alarm and sprinkler systems. "This is great news for the victims of this fire," said their attorney, CBMC lawyer Thomas Marrone. "They were forced out of their home as a result of the apartment owners' negligence and now they'll finally have an opportunity to receive some measure of compensation."

Commonwealth Court Rules that Class Action Lawsuit Against Corbett, Legislature, and Others for Killing adultBasic Program can continue

Pittsburgh, PA - Today the Commonwealth Court ruled that a lawsuit filed by the Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. law firm on behalf of Pennsylvania residents harmed by the destruction of the adultBasic program can continue. The suit accuses Governor Tom Corbett, the Pennsylvania Senate, and the Pennsylvania State House, among others, of breaking the law by failing to provide funding for the program as required by statute.

Labor Day Op-Ed: Bring Back adultBasic for Pennsylvania's Working Poor

This Labor Day Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. partners William R. Caroselli and David S. Senoff wrote an op-ed that appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette which highlights the need to bring back adultBasic for Pennsylvania's hard-working families and individuals. On a day when we honor the contributions of working men and women, it only seems right to remind Governor Corbett and the state legislature that adultBasic can provide affordable insurance to Pennsylvania's working poor at NO taxpayer cost. It's time to bring it back.

Update on adultBasic Class Action Lawsuit: Plaintiffs Now Total 75; Injunction Filed to Prevent Funding From Being Diverted

Pittsburgh, PA - The Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C. law firm took two major steps in the class action lawsuit against Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and the Pennsylvania legislature yesterday for failing to fund the adultBasic health care program as required by law.

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