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  • Feldman Shepherd Wins $15.57 million Verdict Against Driver and Broker in Trucking Accident CaseOctober 18th, 2017

    On October 17, 2017, following a three-week trial, Feldman Shepherd attorneys Alan M. Feldman, Daniel J. Mann and Edward S. Goldis secured a $15.57 million verdict for Isaac Espinoza, a pedestrian who was struck by a commercial truck-tractor driven by Ricky Hatfield, an independent contractor …

  • Ikea Dresser Tip-Over Cases Settled For $50 MillionDecember 22nd, 2016

    Feldman Shepherd represents the families of three toddlers who were killed by IKEA furniture tip-overs.  Curren  Collas, age 2, was crushed to death by the tip-over of a six-drawer MALM dresser in the bedroom of his home in West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Camden Ellis was the …

  • Ikea Balks at Releasing Records Tied to Deadly Dresser RecallAugust 30th, 2016

    Two months after a massive dresser recall prompted by the deaths of six toddlers, Ikea is balking at a Philadelphia judge’s order to turn over internal documents it gave to federal safety regulators. The company missed an Aug. 19 deadline to give the records to lawyers …

  • Alan Feldman and Team are Taking on IKEA in the Death of Toddler Due to Dresser Tip-OverApril 22nd, 2016

      On July 22, 2015, IKEA and the Consumer Products Safety Commission announced a safety warning and repair program affecting 27 million units of furniture sold by the Swedish retailer.  The announcement recognized that unless chests and dressers are securely fastened to the wall, they pose …

  • Feldman Shepherd Promotes Edward S. Goldis to Law Firm PartnerJanuary 15th, 2015

    Philadelphia personal injury law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP is proud to announce  that Edward Goldis has been named a partner of the firm. Goldis, who joined Feldman Shepherd in 2005, focuses his practice in the fields of auto defects and crashworthiness, product …

  • Infant Sling Death Lawsuit Ends in $8 Mil. SettlementSeptember 5th, 2013

      The mother of a child who died in a shoulder-sling infant carrier has agreed to settle her lawsuit with the manufacturer of the carrier for $8 million. Anthoinette Medley, the mother of Nelsir Scott, and Infantino LLC, a maker of products for infants and babies, agreed …

  • Man Settles for $7.9 Mil. After Arms Crushed by Baler at WorkApril 22nd, 2013

    A man whose arms were crushed by a cardboard baler while working at Acme has reached a combined $7.9 million settlement with the manufacturer, service technician and replacement part provider of the equipment. The trial in Hedlund v. Marathon Equipment was slated to begin in the …

  • Feldman Shepherd Trial Lawyers Present Personal Injury 101 for Law Review CLEFebruary 26th, 2013

      Philadelphia trial lawyers Patricia M. Giordano, G. Scott Vezina and Edward Scott Goldis presented a continuing legal education (CLE) seminar, “Personal Injury 101” sponsored by LawReviewCle in January 2013. During the program, the attorneys guided the CLE participants through a personal injury claim from beginning to …

  • $26.1 Million Settlement in Philadelphia by Feldman Shepherd for Tractor-Trailer Auto AccidentJune 8th, 2012

    Philadelphia personal injury attorneys Alan M. Feldman, Daniel J. Mann and  Edward S. Goldis of Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock & Dodig LLP negotiated a $26.1 million settlement in Sneeringer v. GLC Transportation. The settlement was reached on June 5, 2012 and is believed to …

  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Affirmes $5.6 Mil. Class Action Judgment Against Kia Motors AmericaDecember 6th, 2011

    Philadelphia personal injury and class action law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP, recently announced that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court affirmed a $5.6 million class action judgment against Kia Motors America for selling cars with defective brakes to Pennsylvania automobile consumers. On Dec. 2, …