Pa. Justices Say Erie Must Cover Killer's 'Accidental' Shooting

By Matthew Santoni (April 22, 2020, 5:45 PM EDT) -- A divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court found that Erie Insurance must defend a personal injury case brought by a man who was shot after walking in on an Erie policyholder's murder-suicide, narrowly ruling Wednesday that his wounding appeared accidental and coverage was not barred by the same policy exemptions as the murder....

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