Is an unopposed demand for arbitration enough to toll the statute of limitations for bringing an uninsured motorist claim that is subject to mandatory arbitration, or does an arbitration petition need to be filed with a court?

That is the question the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has recently agreed to consider. Although both sides said they are looking forward to a clear rule from the Supreme Court on the issue, attorneys differed on what those rules should look like.

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