In Garwood v. Ameriprise Fin., the Superior Court held that the Garwoods waived their claims on appeal. Four of the claims were waived because they were not included in the 1925(b) Statement. The Court ruled that the Garwoods engaged in “appellate gamesmanship” by swapping their weight of the evidence issue, which they alleged in the 1925(b) Statement, for a sufficiency of the evidence claim.