MVFRLMotor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law (Pennsylvania)
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
This case hinged on interpreting the MVFRL to determine whether the children of an uninsured parent are bound by the parent's limited-tort status.
Justice Sandra Schultz Newman agreed with the outcome the majority reached because of the statute's unambiguous language, but she noted in a concurring opinion that "the direct result of the majority's decision is to encourage and reward failure to comply with the law, an outcome that the legislature surely did not intend when it implemented the MVFRL."
In another recent case, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that the MVFRL limited-tort restriction does not apply to pedestrians, Cooper noted.