April 9, 2024

New Partners at Messa & Associates!

Please join us in congratulating Brett M. Furber and Angelo M. Theodosopoulos, on their roles as Partner at Messa & Associates. Since joining our firm in 2016, Brett and Angelo have shown unparalleled dedication and commitment to serving our clients with tenacity and excellence. Congratulations Brett and Angelo on this well-deserved achievement, and here’s to their ⇒ Read More

New Partners at Messa & Associates!
March 22, 2024

Important decision allowing video depositions in opening statements…

Messa & Associates founding partner, Joseph L. Messa, is moving the needle in the courtroom! In a well-reasoned opinion, Judge Terrence Nealon in Lackawanna County supports the use of video deposition excerpts during opening statements, providing much-needed clarity in an area where rulings have been inconsistent. Joseph Messa Jr., representing the plaintiffs, underscores the significance of ⇒ Read More

Important decision allowing video depositions in opening statements…
February 22, 2024

Medfusion Syringe Pump Recalled

This week, the FDA issued a Class I recall for the Medfusion syringe pump, marking the agency’s third significant recall of devices manufactured in Oakdale, Minnesota.The 4000 model, known for its ability to regulate the flow of fluids and medication, has once again become the focal point of this week’s recall. The FDA has identified ⇒ Read More

Medfusion Syringe Pump Recalled
January 29, 2024

FDA labeled Tianeptine products “dangerous”

FDA labeled Tianeptine products “dangerous” The dietary supplements are used as a self-treating supplement to help conditions including anxiety, depression, pain and opioid use disorder. The FDA told consumers not to utilize or buy any tianeptine products and stated the application of these products below the Neptune’s Fix title has been linked to “severe unhelpful ⇒ Read More

FDA labeled Tianeptine products “dangerous”
January 14, 2024

Tesla Recall!

Tesla’s autopilot safety controls recalled by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, making it the largest recall of Tesla’s driver-assistance software. Tesla vehicles are becoming popular for their “self drive” feature, however the lack of attention from the driver while using this feature poses a dangerous risk of a crash. The Washington Post reported at ⇒ Read More

Tesla Recall!
December 29, 2023

Happy New Year from Messa & Associates!

While 2023 comes to an end, it is important to take time to reflect on the accomplishments throughout the year and relationships created with clients, team members, friends and family. As a plaintiff’s attorney working in the injury field, bittersweet feelings come up when working with our clients, typically over the course of years. On ⇒ Read More

Happy New Year from Messa & Associates!
December 6, 2023

Honda recalls over 300,000 vehicles due to crucial safety device defect

Honda recalls over 300,000 vehicles due to crucial safety device defect Honda Accords and HR-V 2023 and 2024 models are being recalled due to a missing rivet in the front seat belt system. This defect impacts the security of the passenger and could be deadly in the event of a crash. This recall was issued ⇒ Read More

Honda recalls over 300,000 vehicles due to crucial safety device defect
November 6, 2023

Messa & Associates Welcomes Established Attorney, David Colleran, to the Firm.

For Immediate Release: Messa & Associates Welcomes Established Attorney, David Colleran, to the Firm. Philadelphia, PA – November 6th, 2023 Messa & Associates is excited to announce the newest attorney joining the firm, David. J. Colleran. He brings his outstanding commitment to advocating for clients who have suffered life-altering injuries due to medical malpractice, defective ⇒ Read More

Messa & Associates Welcomes Established Attorney, David Colleran, to the Firm.
September 6, 2023

Breaking News for 3M Plaintiffs!

Breaking News for 3M Plaintiffs! 3M has agreed to a $6 billion settlement in lawsuits brought by U.S. service members over faulty earplugs. This settlement comes after 3M’s unsuccessful attempt to move the lawsuits to bankruptcy court earlier this year, making it the largest single product mass tort litigation in U.S. history. Approximately 240,000 individuals ⇒ Read More

Breaking News for 3M Plaintiffs!