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Pennsylvania will soon be using unclaimed money from class action suits to help the poor. This unclaimed lawsuit money will help provide legal aid for those less fortunate in Pennsylvania.

On Friday, the Supreme Court announced that the left over unclaimed lawsuit money, half of the money left over from class action suits, after all the legal costs have been paid, will go to a fund that provides grants for legal aid services around Pennsylvania. This new rule requires 50% of the unclaimed lawsuit funds to go to the Pennsylvania Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts Board.

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