Miller v. St. Luke’s Uiv. Health Network, 142 A.3d 884 (Pa. Super. 2016). “The question before us, therefore, is whether the trial court properly declined to instruct the jury that Dragonetti Act damages are presumed to flow from a defendant’s wrongful use of civil proceedings in favor of instructing, instead, that a plaintiff who proves wrongful use still carries the burden of proving resultant damages…We, therefore, dismiss Appellant’s challenge to the jury charge as meritless.” In spite of the jury’s finding of a violation of the Dragonetti Act, the jury had the right to find that there were no damages. The court did not disturb the jury’s determination that there was no probable cause in pursuing the claim of wrongful use of civil proceedings.