13 Dec 2016

Ten Common Questions

david-klineFor people who have been injured in an automobile accident, insurance issues and other legal concerns can create significant obstacles between obtaining justice. Sometimes, a seemingly big problem can deter a victim from filing a lawsuit in the first place – even when he or she would have had a strong case.

Ostroff Injury Law is committed to providing clients with the tools and knowledge necessary to help them make informed decisions about their individual situation. Below, attorney David B. Kline answers ten common questions people have asked the legal team.


02 Sep 2014

Limited Tort and Bus Accidents

Forget Limited Tort Rules. The Bus Company Can Owe You Full Compensation for Your Pennsylvania Injury Claim
Limited tort rules complicate nearly every traffic accident injury claim in Pennsylvania. You’ll find lots of lawyers who will refuse to take your case just because of the restrictions from the limited tort law. (more…)

23 Jul 2014

Quick Course in Pennsylvania Limited Tort

The insurance adjuster, and perhaps another lawyer with whom you spoke, have scared you. They have made you believe that you will be unable to recover damages for the significant pain and suffering that you are experiencing simply because you chose to purchase limited tort insurance. (more…)

21 Jun 2014

What to Do When an Accident Lawyer Tells You No

auto-accident-stress-7849699Limited tort accidents are unlike other types of car accident cases in Pennsylvania. Not every attorney is experienced with limited tort law, nor is every attorney willing to fight for a fair and just limited tort settlement. If you have spoken with, or hired, an attorney who has told you that filing a limited tort case is just not worth your time then it is important to get a second opinion from an experienced limited tort lawyer. It is important to talk to someone who is not afraid to fight the insurance company and whose primary concern is your recovery. (more…)

11 Jun 2014

Call a Limited Tort Lawyer Who Will Work Hard to Get You a Fair Recovery Quickly

bus_217879762You’ve been hurt in an accident. You need your medical bills paid and you need your expenses covered. You need to be able to plan for your financial future with reasonable certainty. As you pursue a Pennsylvania limited tort claim and fight for your fair and just damages you will likely want to know how long it is going to take to get those damages. (more…)

23 May 2014

Hurt in Pennsylvania bus crash? What You Need to Know About Limited Tort

You got on the bus without a second thought about your safety. You never thought you would be hurt as a bus passenger. However, that is exactly what happened. The bus you were riding collided with another vehicle, a stationary object, or simply went off the road and you got hurt in the accident.

You May Be Entitled to a Full Recovery Even if You Have Limited Tort Insurance (more…)

05 May 2014

3 Reasons to Pursue a Limited Tort Claim

traffic_198966332The insurance company isn’t eager to provide you with a fair recovery for your recent accident injuries. Is it worth the effort to fight back against the insurance company or should you just accept the amount that is being offered?

Consider These Reasons Before You Make a Decision

Before you decide whether it is worth the hassle to pursue a claim, our Pennsylvania limited tort lawyers encourage you to consider that:

  • You have paid for the insurance.
  • The law provides exceptions to the limited tort recovery for a reason.
  • You deserve to recover the greatest amount of damages possible for your accident injuries.

You have to make the decision to pursue the recovery that you deserve. Once you do that, an experienced Pennsylvania tort lawyer can help you negotiate with the insurance company and zealously advocate for your full and fair recovery. For more information, please call an experienced Pennsylvania limited tort attorney today for a free consultation.

23 Apr 2014

Who is To Say Your Pennsylvania Car Accident Injury Isn’t Serious

The insurance adjuster is telling you that your injury isn’t serious. The attorney for the person who caused your accident is telling you that your injury isn’t serious. Yet, based on what your doctor is telling you, the pain that you feel, and the impact of the injury on your life, you think that your injury was pretty serious.

Who’s Right?

Ultimately it is up to a jury to decide who is right. It is a jury who decides whether you’ve met the threshold for a serious injury unless your Pennsylvania limited tort lawyer is able to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company first.

For more information about how to convince an insurance company or a jury that your injury is serious, please contact an experienced Pennsylvania limited tort attorney today for a free consultation.