The Pennsylvania Superior Court recently issued an Opinion in the above-captioned case on January 15, 2010, with there being two significant issues addressed by the Court. The case involved a hit and run automobile accident in Philadelphia, with the Plaintiff’s car being rear-ended by a car, whose driver then fled the accident scene. The Plaintiff was not able to identify the driver, but witnesses were able to identify the fleeing vehicle’s license plate, allowing the Plaintiff, who was injured in the accident, to file a personal injury lawsuit against the owner of the vehicle.