The Supreme Court is poised to make a decision that could affect hundreds of thousands of motorists in the commonwealth and “every automobile liability insurer in Pennsylvania,” according to an allocatur petition.

The high court has agreed to hear the case of Winslow-Quattlebaum v. Maryland Ins. Group, PICS Case No. 98-2633 (Pa. Super. Dec. 14, 1998) Hester, J. (6 pages), to decide whether a form that contained both a waiver for underinsured motorist coverage and a waiver for stacked UIM coverage was in violation of the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law.

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