Pa. Justices Impatient With Insurer In Murder-Suicide Case

By Matthew Santoni (April 11, 2019, 8:26 PM EDT) -- Pennsylvania's Supreme Court justices expressed skepticism and some impatience with an attorney for Erie Insurance Exchange Thursday as he repeatedly argued that a policy holder acted intentionally and not negligently — and Erie therefore didn't have to defend him from a lawsuit — when he fought and shot a man who walked in on a 2013 murder-suicide....

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