Ashley Zauflik’s lawyers were back in court today to argue that the state cap of $500,000 she can be awarded for losing her left leg in the Pennsbury High School bus accident in 2007 is unconstitutional. The lawyers also believe that the district should face sanctions for not mentioning a $10 million insurance policy until after the trial. Zauflik and her lawyers are seeking $14 million. [Inquirer]
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