Pennsylvania Supreme Court building The plaintiffs in the case, captioned Franks v. State Farm Mutual, claimed State Farm should have paid $200,000 in coverage for Robert Franks’ 2016 accident with an uninsured driver — double the amount State Farm had offered. (Credit: Cascade Creatives/Shutterstock)

In a first-impression matter centered on when auto insurance customers can waive stacking benefits, plaintiffs counsel argued before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday that deleting a vehicle from an insurance policy constitutes a “purchase.” 

The justices, however, did not seem convinced. 

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