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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear argument on whether the Superior Court properly held that a woman who started moving out of her parents’ house before her death in an auto accident no longer qualified as a “resident relative” under her parents’ insurance policy and was therefore not entitled to stacked UIM coverage.

The justices granted allocatur early this month in Grix v. Progressive Specialty Insurance, where previously a three-judge appeals panel unanimously ruled to affirm a Juniata County trial court’s grant of summary judgment to an insurer who denied a claim for stacked UIM benefits by the parents of a woman who was killed in a motor vehicle accident.

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