Laurie Tewinkle, Attorney at law.

Address: 821 state street. Erie, Pennsylvania 16501. Phone: (814) 454-1100



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A Pennsylvania medical center recently sued the state to recover sales taxes and won. The medical center purchased and installed MRI and PET/CT scan equipment in connection with the reconstruction of a building. Read More...
 
 
A man whose work related injuries left him paraplegic recently succeeded in his workers’ compensation petition for repairs to his home bathroom. Read More...
 
 
A Pennsylvania couple with 21 Siberian husky dogs at their home recently lost a battle with their local zoning officer, who objected to the size of their dog pack. Read More...
 
 
Concluding that police officers cannot do their jobs if they cannot “smell out” crime, a Pennsylvania appellate court agreed that a Pennsylvania township police officer was totally disabled as a result of his losing his sense of smell. Read More...
 
 
Pennsylvania law makes it almost impossible for participants in sporting events to sue each other over their injuries. For the most part, both the players and the spectators at sporting events are presumed to have voluntarily assumed all risks that naturally flow from the often rough and tumble arena of private and spectator sports. In a recent case involving an injury on a golf course, a Pennsylvania court recognized an exception to this general rule. Read More...
 
 
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