Mehall v. Benedetto & Erie

Defendant's PO's for Severance and other things


Defendants Benedeto preliminarily objected to the Amended Complaint of Plaintiff pursuant to Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure 1028(a)(2), 1028(a)(3) and 1028(a)(4) and moved to strike the Complaint as not being properly verified, strike the words “wanton,” “reckless,” “recklessness,” and “willful misconduct” from wherever they may appear in Plaintiff’s Amended Complaint, strike general averment Paragraphs 22 and 28(j) in their entirety and sever the claims against Erie in Counts Two, Three, Four, and III from Count One against Defendants Benedetto.

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Reference Info:Pleadings | State, 3rd Circuit, Pennsylvania | United States

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