A federal judge has allowed evidence regarding the details of a plaintiff's underinsured motorist policy and the liability coverage of a third-party tortfeasor in a dispute between a woman and her in
A bad-faith claim against State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. has survived a motion to dismiss in federal court
The state Supreme Court has ruled that an insurer cannot be ordered to pay a medical provider's attorney fees when the insurer properly employed the peer review process before denying coverage becaus
A Dauphin County jury sided with both the defense and the plaintiff in two separate verdicts issued in a case in which a woman claimed her mother had received insufficient care while a resident first
...Defense Counsel: David T. Bush and Michael F. Schleigh, Forry Ullman, King of Prussia. Plaintiffs Expert: Dr. Loren...
The inclusion of an "in futuro" clause on an automobile insurance policy's uninsured motorist benefits waiver that applied the waiver to any replacement policies or renewals doesn't void the waiver,
...through June 30, 2014. Lee E. Ullman, a shareholder with Forry Ullman and chair of the firm's bad...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case in which it has been asked to determine whether an insurer can be ordered to pay a medical provider's attorney fees even if the insurer properly empl
A trial court can order an automobile insurer to pay a medical provider's attorney fees even if the insurer properly employed the peer review process before denying coverage because it deemed the med
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