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Janelle Johnson, the mother of a boy who drowned in a pool at the Neshaminy Shore Picnic Park in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, was granted her request to bar the boy’s father from receiving any portion of the settlement she had reached with the park over their son’s death. According to Penn Live, the father was denied access to the settlement because he was barely involved in the boy’s life and provided almost no financial support. Representing Johnson in the case was Archer & Greiner‘s Thomas Nardi.

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