When the Pennsylvania General Assembly adopted amendments to the state automobile insurance law requiring policyholders to provide waivers rejecting stacked uninsured motorist/under insured motorist coverage 17 years ago, did it also invalidate case law barring such coverage under corporate policies?

The estate of a corporate executive killed behind the wheel of his company car made that argument to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Everhart v. PMA Insurance Group, appealing a Superior Court decision that denied the estate’s claim for $1.15 million in UUM/UIM coverage under his company’s fleet policy.

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