The adult daughter of two insureds was entitled to her own notice of the insurer’s reservation of the right to disclaim liability, the Superior Court has ruled.

The court reversed a ruling from the Erie County Court of Common Pleas, deciding that Michaela Lobenthal should have received her own letter explaining Erie Insurance Exchange’s right to disclaim liability, and that receipt of such a notice by her parents and attorney did not suffice.

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