Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued an opinion on the application of Pennsylvania’s Fair Share Act to strict products liability asbestos cases.
PADC Joins PDI in Urging Caution And Recommends No Change To Existing Medical Malpractice Venue Rule.
Superior Court addresses UI/UM benefits stacking for added vehicles.
The PA Supreme Court on November 20, 2019, held in the combined cases of Sayles v. Allstate Insurance Company and Scott v. Travelers Commercial Insurance Company that auto insurers seeking IME’s in first-party medical claims must comply with the requirements of 1796(a) of the MVFRL.
October 25, 2019 Lauren Berenbaum
Case caption: Sapa Extrusions, Inc. v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co., 939 F.3d 243 (3d Cir. 2019)
Recently, in Sapa Extrusions, Inc. v. Liberty Mut. Ins.
Following is a summary by PADC Amicus Committee co-chair Terry Sachs on a recent important auto law case. The Court’s opinions are attached.
The fair and impartial judiciary is a pillar of the American constitutional system. Yet Americans increasingly view the judiciary as an extension of the political system.
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court in a unanimous opinion today upheld an unlisted resident driver exclusion in a Safe Auto Insurance policy.
PADC's Executive Committee is pleased to offer a first ever "Year in Review" detailing PADC's activities in 2018-2019.
PADC’s Executive Committee is very pleased to announce the 2019 award recipients. The awards will be presented to the recipients at PADC’s June 4 Annual Meeting & Golf Outing.