Posted on Apr 03, 2014
Yesterday’s Superior Court opinion in Egan v. USI Mid-Atlantic, Inc., — A.3d — (Pa. Super. Ct. April 2, 2014), involving the applicability of the rejection of stacking waiver on a corporate fleet policy. The court discusses the entire Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law (MVFRL) and the how Sections 1731 and 1738 work. The Superior Court concludes as a matter of law (p.13-14) that Section 1731 mandates UM/UIM coverage must be offered in the commercial fleet context, and any rejection form must comply with Section 1731.
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