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Uncategorized January 23, 2019

Case Bulletin – Pennsylvania Supreme Court Publishes Opinion Regarding Discovery Rule and Statute of Limitations

On October 17, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court published an opinion that requires determinations regarding the applicability of the discovery rule to toll a statute of limitations to be put to a jury.  In Nicolaou v. Martin, et al., No. 44 MAP 2017, 2018 WL 5019804 (Pa. October 17, 2018), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held […]

Zimmer Kunz Results January 17, 2019

ZK Result: Attorneys Aaron Weiss and Jeffrey Ramaley Obtain Summary Judgment in Underinsured Motorist Claim

(Indiana County, PA) (October 2018). Zimmer Kunz attorneys Aaron Weiss and Jeffrey Ramaley obtained Summary Judgment for their client – an automobile insurance carrier – arising out of an underinsured motorist (“UIM”) claim. Plaintiff was involved in an automobile accident with a third party. Plaintiff then alleged that he required shoulder surgery as a result […]

Pennsylvania Updates January 17, 2019

Case Bulletin – The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Examines Definition of “Occurrence” Contained in Homeowners Policy for Actions Constituting Criminal Assault

In September of 2018, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania addressed the issue of whether an insurer’s actions constituting criminal assault could be considered an “occurrence” under a homeowner’s insurance policy affording coverage and indemnity. The declaratory judgment action in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania stemmed from an underlying civil […]

Uncategorized January 4, 2019

Case Bulletin – The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Examines Definition of “Occurrence” Contained in Homeowners Policy for Actions Constituting Criminal Assault

In September of 2018, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania addressed the issue of whether an insurer’s actions constituting criminal assault could be considered an “occurrence” under a homeowner’s insurance policy affording coverage and indemnity.  The declaratory judgment action in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania stemmed from an underlying civil […]