Thursday, October 18, 2018

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Bid by Plaintiffs to Overturn Statutory Caps on Damages Against Governmental Entities

According to an October 16, 2018 Pennsylvania Law Weekly article by Max Mitchell entitled "Pa. Supreme Court Rejects New Bid to Lift Statutory Damages Cap, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently rejected efforts by the plaintiffs to overturn the $250,000 statutory damages cap that protects governmental state agencies.
On October 15, 2018, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued one-paged per curiam Orders in Freilich v. SEPTA and Schaller v. New Flyer of America denying requests by plaintiffs to have the Court review the issue under its King's Bench jurisdiction.

The one line Freilich Order can be viewed HERE.  The one line Schaller Order can be viewed HERE.

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