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PCCJR’s “2022 Election Voter’s Guide” Available Online

With the 2022 General Election just weeks away, the Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform is pleased to unveil its “2022 Voter’s Guide.” On the ballot this year will be candidates for governor, 203 members of the state House, and half of the Senate (25 members) – as well as the Commonwealth’s entire Congressional delegation and one…

Be on the Lookout for PCCJR’s “2022 PA Election Voter Guide”

The 2022 General Election is just a few weeks away and with a number of important seats on the ballot this year, PCCJR will be unveiling it’s updated Voter Guide. PCCJR’s Voter Guide is developed to be a helpful resource for voters by giving an overview of the negative impact the Commonwealth’s civil justice system has on taxpayers and…

Pennsylvania Ranks as a Top State for Nuclear Judicial Verdicts!

The Commonwealth’s legal climate has received another notorious distinction – this time as one of the country’s worst environments for nuclear judicial verdicts. The negative designation comes from the U.S. Chamber’s Institute of Legal Reform’s recently published Nuclear Verdicts report.  The report defines a nuclear verdict as a jury verdict of $10 million or more in personal…

PCCJR Website Receives National Recognition

The Pennsylvania Coalition for Civil Justice Reform’s website was recently recognized by the Service Industry Advertising Awards with a Bronze Award. The SIA Awards recognizes advertising excellence from service industry providers. In the 2021 competition, 1,500 entries were evaluated by a national panel of judges. Submissions were rated on execution, creativity, quality, consumer appeal and overall break through advertising content. …

What Will Huge Contingency Fees at the Expense of Health Care Get you? Your Name on Two Law Schools if You are Tom Kline!

One of Pennsylvania’s most notable personal injury lawyers is making sure his name leaves a lasting imprint on the Commonwealth’s legal landscape. Thomas Kline – a founding partner of Kline & Specter P.C. – has donated $50 million to two law schools at Drexel University and Duquesne University. As a result of these generous gifts (which are made…