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What PA Motorcyclists Should Know About Limited Tort in Pennsylvania

Riding a motorcycle is risky. If you are involved in an accident then you may sustain serious injuries because you lack the protective metal, airbags and other safety features that are common in passenger cars.

However, there is one risk that you may not have to take and that is the risk of getting a limited recovery due to limited tort insurance. Read More

What PA’s No Fault Insurance Law Means for Accident Victims

Pennsylvania insurance law is a little different than it is in many other states and it is important to understand that difference if you have been in a Pennsylvania car accident.

Pennsylvania’s no fault insurance policy provides that a victim’s own insurance company must pay his or her medical bills regardless of who was at fault for the accident.  In other words, even if someone else caused your injuries, your own insurance company is responsible for paying your medical expenses pursuant to the terms of your insurance policy.Read More

Awards and Professional Recognition

Representing more than 25,000 clients during the past 25 years has given Jon Ostroff the knowledge and experience to win in the courtroom or settle an insurance claim for top dollar. The continuing recognition by the legal community, clients and high-profile publications and media (like CNN), is an indication of Jon’s commitment to excellence.

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Take a Step Toward Your Recovery Today

Ostroff Injury Law helps victims with limited tort still obtain damages to cover pain and suffering, medical bills, and other related expenses. Call our firm today at 800-818-8148 or fill out the form to the right if you need an attorney to fight for your rights after a vehicle accident.

As always, you pay nothing until your case settles.

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