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Underinsured Motorist Coverage Limits Ruled Admissible At Trial

Posted On Behalf of Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers on May 31, 2013 in News


Posted on May 31, 2013

In Noone v. Progressive Direct Insurance Company, No. 3:12 CV 1675 (M.D. Pa. May 28, 2013) Judge Munley from the District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania issued an important pre-trial memorandum involving an underinsured motorist breach of contract trial.  This case involves a underinsured motorist and bad faith claims arising out of the handling of a car accident case.  In anticipation of the pre-trial conference the insurance company filed several motions in limine seeking to preclude the Plaintiff from introducing several pieces of information involving the underinsured motorist claim, coverage, premiums and the third party case.  Judge Munley denies  Progressive's motion in limine seeking to preclude plaintiff's introduction of the amount of premiums plaintiff paid, the amount of UIM benefits available, and the amount plaintiff received from the tortfeasor. 

For a copy of the memorandum opinion please contact Schmidt Kramer Partner and Pennsylvania Association for Justice President Scott Cooper at 717-888-8888 or email at scooper@Schmidt Kramer.com.

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