Injured Pedestrians May Recover Full Tort Damages

Limited tort is a choice that you make before you know all of the facts. You might imagine what happens if you are in a fender bender. You may anticipate what will happen if you are in a minor rear end accident. It can be harder imagine what will happen if you are hit as a pedestrian. The effects of a pedestrian accident can be horrific. The pain can be life changing. The injuries can be life ending.

For that reason, pedestrian accidents are an exception to typical limited tort rules. Simply put, if you are hurt in a pedestrian accident then you may be entitled to compensation for your physical pain and your emotional suffering as well as your economic expenses such as your lost income and medical expenses.

This past summer, our Pennsylvania limited tort lawyers helped a pedestrian who was hit by a car recover the insurance policy limits for her accident. After being hurt in a Pennsylvania pedestrian crash, our client required back surgery. With our help, she recovered $150,000 for her injuries.

If you have been injured in a Pennsylvania pedestrian crash then we encourage you to contact our limited tort lawyers for more information about how we may be able to help you during this difficult time.

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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 484-351-0350 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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