The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that a broad allegation of negligence in the original complaint is sufficient to sustain an amendment containing a more specific allegation of negligence made after the statute of limitations has expired.
Connor v. Allegheny General Hospital, ___ Pa. ___ , 461 A.2d 600 (1983).
Cynthia E. Kernick,
Pennsylvania Civil Procedure - Pleadings - Amending Complaint After Running of Statute of Limitations,
Duq. L. Rev.
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