Limited Tort Attorneys for Auto Injuries
Limited Tort Cases in Philadelphia
Limited tort restricts victims of automobile accidents from seeking compensation
for pain and suffering. Insurance companies and government entities have
gone to great lengths to draft
specific laws regarding automobile injuries, intending to make it more difficult for automobile injury victims to receive
compensation for non-economic injuries, unless in certain exceptions.
If your injury is deemed "serious" enough under the law, such
as in accidents resulting in death and serious impairment or disfigurement,
then you may be eligible for full tort compensation. Convincing the court
that your injuries are severe and life-altering is possible with the help
of an attorney.
Other exceptions that allow for full tort coverage:
- If the at-fault driver was driving under the influence
- If the driver had intentions to injure another person
- If the driver does not have valid automobile insurance
- If the other driver's vehicle is an out-of-state vehicle
Learn more in our
complimentary case evaluation.
Our Complex Litigation Attorney Can Help Review Your Case
Though your health and automobile insurance companies do offer you protection
in many cases, occasionally you might find it difficult when attempting
to reach a settlement. Customers often get caught in
loopholes and exceptions to their policies, and it is nearly impossible for you to fight for justice on your own. Our
complex litigation attorneys can review your specific claim and help you navigate the complicated legalese
that insurance companies tend to hide behind.
Our legal team at Sacks Weston Diamond LLC is dedicated to helping you
understand your options when it comes to seeking compensation for automobile
- Explaining your insurance options to you while we examine your policy
- Counseling you as to your chances of success should you pursue a limited
- Thoroughly investigating and preparing a case for trial
- Demonstrating to the jury how your injury has affected your quality of life
Let us help you recover the maximum compensation you should be entitled
to receive under the law.
Call (215) 764-3008 to begin.