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Feldman Shepherd Files Lawsuit Against Greentree Logistics, Inc., J.D. Eckman, Inc., and Jack Edward Satterfield III for I-83 Truck Accident That Killed Young Father and Infant Daughter

November 1, 2018

PHILADELPHIA, October 31, 2018 — Feldman Shepherd attorneys Mark W. Tanner and  filed a lawsuit today against Greentree Logistics, Inc., J.D. Eckman, Inc.,  and Jack Edward Satterfield III on behalf of a Jessica Lybrand, of Middletown, Pennsylvania, whose husband Zachary Lybrand and 16-month-old daughter Elliana Lybrand died in a 12-vehicle accident on I-83 in Lower Paxton Township, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 12, 2018, caused by a tractor-trailer driver who told Pennsylvania State Police that he drank five double-shot margaritas and two or three beers before getting behind the wheel.

Edward Satterfield III, 29, of McComb, Mississippi, who was driving for Greentree Logistics, Inc., failed to stop his tractor-trailer for other vehicles that had slowed and struck multiple vehicles that had come to a stop due to a construction project of J.D. Eckman, Inc. Satterfield did not have a valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), as his license had been suspended in connection with his guilty plea to possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia in Mississippi.

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Mark W. Tanner and his team have been involved in many other cases of wrongful death and catastrophic personal injuries arising from truck and motor vehicle accidents and have recovered some of the largest verdicts and settlements in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and several other states across the country. Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP represents plaintiffs in significant personal injury and complex civil litigation including medical malpractice, birth injury, motor vehicle accidents, defective products, and crashworthiness claims.

Inquiries please contact:

Mark W. Tanner: mtanner@feldmanshepherd.com or 215-567-8300

  • Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP attorneys are licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, North Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin. In addition, our attorneys practice in other states on a pro hac vice basis. Pro hac vice admission is when a lawyer not licensed in a particular state associates with a lawyer who is licensed in that state and obtains the court’s permission to jointly represent a client in a specific matter.