Several attorneys say they have observed a paradigm shift taking place in the state’s counties outside of Philadelphia, indicating that some historically defense-friendly regions are becoming more receptive to medical malpractice and personal injury cases brought by plaintiffs.

The shift, some say, started within the last two to five years and is due in large part to changing political affiliations, demographics, and attitudes toward hospitals, insurance companies and corporations.

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