Insurance companies want you to believe that your limited tort insurance policy prevents you from recovering damaging for pain and suffering and money for your Pennsylvania car accident injuries.
This is often misleading and wrong.
Think about it, what incentive does the insurance adjuster have to tell you that they owe you money? As a Pennsylvania car accident law firm, we have helped hundreds of limited tort clients get compensation for their auto accident injuries. See some examples of these recoveries.
In many cases, we can help limited tort clients because we know how to uncover and prove limited tort exceptions. Even when an automatic exception like those listed below doesn’t apply, we have ways to prove and win limited tort cases for my clients.
Six Pennsylvania Limited Tort Exceptions That May Allow You to Recover Full Damages
Pennsylvania law recognizes specific exceptions to limited tort coverage that will allow an auto accident victim to recover full damages for their injuries, even though the accident victim chose limited tort on their insurance policy.
Many of our clients have been able to recover pain and suffering damages because we can prove one of the following exceptions to limited tort:
You were a passenger on a bus, truck, taxi or other commercial vehicle when you were hurt.
Out-of-State Vehicle Registration
The driver who caused the accident was operating a vehicle that is registered in a different state than Pennsylvania.
You suffered injuries that have resulted in a serious impairment to a significant bodily function.
As an Experienced Pennsylvania Car Accident Attorney, Jon Ostroff Can Help You Get the Right Money for Your Injuries
Many lawyers won’t represent a limited tort client. Others simply don’t know the right way to do it! Jon Ostroff helps clients with limited tort insurance coverage get the money they are entitled to!
Whether our firm is the first law firm you call, or you have already spoken to other attorneys who won’t represent you because you have limited tort, contact us today for a free consultation. We only get paid if we recover money for you.
Can I Obtain A Recovery With Limited Tort Insurance?
Pennsylvania law recognizes six exceptions to limited tort coverage that will allow injured auto accident victims to still recover full damages. We are often able to help these people, because we know how to uncover and prove limited tort exceptions. Even when an automatic exception doesn’t apply, we have ways to still prove and win limited tort cases.
How Much Is My Claim Worth?
There are many factors that will affect the value of your claim. Ostroff Injury Law partner Jon Ostroff explains how an experienced lawyer will look at all the different potential sources of compensation to maximize your recovery.