Duquesne Law Review


J. Cris Soich


The case of Harleysville Mutual Casualty Company v. Blumling is one of first impression in Pennsylvania and concerns the interpretation of the uninsured motorist coverage statute. Before dealing with the factual situation involved in this case, certain comments must be made concerning the legislation involved and its background. Only by reviewing the history of the general problem involved in this case can one obtain an understanding of the decision of the court and an appreciation of the true effect of that decision.

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