filed: February 20, 1981.
ANGELA BRANDON, A MINOR BY HER PARENT AND NATURAL GUARDIAN, CLARA BRANDON AND CLARA BRANDON IN HER OWN RIGHT, APPELLANTS,
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY
Appeal No. 620 Philadelphia 1980, from the Order of the Court of Common Pleas, Civil Division of Philadelphia, December Term, 1979, No. 1149, Bruno, Judge.
Allen L. Feingold, Philadelphia, for appellants.
Alan Dion, Philadelphia, for appellee.
Price, Watkins and Montgomery, JJ.
Author: Per Curiam
[ 284 Pa. Super. Page 400]
The precise issue raised by this appeal has been the subject of earlier opinions of this court. Smith v. Harleysville Insurance Company, 275 Pa. Super. 246, 418 A.2d 705 (1980), Gurnick v. Government Employees Insurance Company, 278 Pa. Super. 574, 420 A.2d 690 (1980). Further, in the Gurnick, case, supra, we have held that an order dismissing a similar count for punitive damages is an interlocutory order. We decline to exercise our discretionary power and entertain the instant appeal.
The appeal is quashed.
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