The same day the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the household vehicle exclusion cannot be used to bar stacked coverage, five class action lawsuits were filed in Philadelphia aimed at compensating those who have had their stacking benefits denied under the exclusion.

According to the lawyers who filed the suits, the class actions were necessary to identify anyone who has had their claim rejected under the clause, because, depending on how the Supreme Court’s sweeping opinion will be interpreted, the claims may stretch back to 1990.

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