The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to take up the appeal of a woman who aims to sue her doctor over an alleged misdiagnosis of her Lyme disease as multiple sclerosis. The woman's case had been tossed out partly because of Facebook posts indicating she knew she suffered from the disease years before filing suit.
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A Pennsylvania judge has denied insurance giant State Farm's bid to end a bad-faith lawsuit that alleges the company refused to reimburse a man who had been charged for stacking insurance coverage even though he owned only one vehicle.
A child can intervene in his parents' marital settlement agreement to enforce a provision that directly benefits him, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled.
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