...no automobile liability insurance. Thus, plaintiffs made a claim for uninsured motorist (UM) benefits with their insurance carrier, Motorists Mutual Insurance Company (MMIC). Plaintiffs did...
In last week's column, I reviewed the important cases and trends in Pennsylvania civil litigation matters over the past year. As President John F. Kennedy once said, "Change is the law of life." Here
...fraud, corporate dissolutions, professional liability claims, construction defects, products liability matters and UM/UIM coverage disputes. • Brian Phillips represents insurance...
On April 15, 2009, plaintiff Alexander Umana, 35, a lawn care salesman, was preparing to make a left turn at the intersection of Shillington Road and Revere Boulevard in Berks County, the plaintiff's
...high court ruling that an insurance company must prove prejudice before denying UM benefits. A unanimous court on Oct. 30 upheld the Superior...
When it comes to large insurance bad-faith awards, plaintiffs have found a home in Northeastern Pennsylvania
...to include arbitration clauses in their policies for the resolution of disputed UM/UIM motorist benefits claims." Bad-faith claims under §...
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has declined to apply an auto insurance policy's "household exclusion" to a case where a woman was thrown from a motorcycle and then hit by another car
Insurance bad-faith litigation has been increasing in Pennsylvania as plaintiffs lawyers have learned that such claims get quicker, closer attention from insurers than regular insurance claims, attor
Everyone's got a "Hallmark holiday," right? Even paralegals? I'll never forget The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals' 2010 postcard for Paralegal Week. Picture the bomb technician from The Hurt
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