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  • AuthorPosted by: am law
  • PublishedDate published February - 3 - 2013
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What does “full tort” mean? What does “limited tort” mean?


 

This applies in auto accident cases in Pennsylvania. Full tort coverage means that you and your family members have unlimited access to the court system to seek compensation for personal injuries from an auto accident. Limited tort means that for a lower premium, usually about $ 100 – $ 200 less per year, you and your family members have a limited access to the court system if you are claiming compensation for personal injuries following a auto accident. In real terms, if a person who has purchased limited tort coverage does not have debilitating and disabling injuries, for instance, broken bones requiring surgical repair, herniated disks in the spine requiring surgical repair, then they have no claim. There are very few exceptions to limited tort.

Full tort coverage is not limiting at all. Full tort coverage is far and away the better coverage and should be the only choice when purchasing auto insurance in Pennsylvania.

We have successfully represented clients who are only covered by Limited Tort Insurance. Call us at 610-876-8880 for a Free No Obligation Consultation.

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