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THOMAS J. FARRADAY v. NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY (07/10/84)

SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


July 10, 1984

THOMAS J. FARRADAY, APPELLANT
v.
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY

No. 126 Philadelphia 1984, Appeal from the Order of Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County entered December 16, 1983, at No. 83-4283.

Before Olszewski, Popovich, and Cercone, JJ.

JUDGMENT ORDER:

Appellant challenges an order granting summary judgment in favor of appellee, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. He seeks to "stack" basic loss benefits under an insurance policy with appellee. Based on this Court's en banc ruling in Antanovich v. Allstate Insurance Co., Pa. Super. , 467 A.2d 345 (1983) (petition for allowance of appeal granted February 10, 1984), the court below denied appellant's claim and granted summary judgment for Nationwide.

In Antanovich we held that basic loss benefits may not be stacked under the Act. Appellant repeats the arguments considered and rejected there. See Pa. Super. at n. 4 and , 467 A.2d at 351 n. 4 and 354. We find Antanovich controlling here.

The order below is hereby AFFIRMED.

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