A one-page order issued last month by a Philadelphia judge with no further elaboration has caused confusion among Pennsylvania plaintiffs and defense attorneys regarding when it is and isn’t permissible to reference an insurer during trial in an uninsured or underinsured motorist case.

But as discussions with attorneys across the state have revealed, the real source of the uncertainty may actually be a Pennsylvania Superior Court decision from last year that the state Supreme Court recently declined to take up on appeal.

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