Justices to Eye Insurer Prejudice in Luzerne Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case providing it a chance to determine what constitutes "actual prejudice" that would relieve an insurer of its duty to indemnify an insured.

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  • Larry Hohol

    This case is but one of hundred if not thousands of insurance cases that had very, very questionable outcomes in Luzerne County. Dozens of Attorney's became suspect in the county when the FBI started to investigate Judge Conahan and Judge Ciavarella. The can of worms that would have been opened here IF the US Attorney started prosecuting would have gone very far up the political food chain. Instead, the Statute of Limitations has been conveniently allowed to expire. The powers that be appear to think none of us have noticed.

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