PENNSYLVANIA SUPERIOR COURT DECIDES CASE ON ABILITY TO RECOVER FUTURE MEDICAL EXPENSES Recently, the Pennsylvania Superior Court decided the case of Farese v. Robinson, a car accident case that was tried in Delaware County and resulted in a jury verdict in excess of $2.5 million. The Defendant appealed the verdict, and one of the arguments…

What is a Deposition? A Deposition is part of the Discovery Process that occurs in a civil lawsuit. After the lawsuit is filed and answered, the parties engage in a period of Discovery to learn about each other’s case to evaluate the case for settlement negotiations or prepare the case for a Trial. A Deposition…

Why is Limited Tort So Bad? When you buy car insurance in Pennsylvania, you must choose whether you want to have Full Tort or Limited Tort. Limited Tort is cheaper coverage compared to Full Tort, but, in exchange for reduced premiums, you give up important legal rights to be compensated if you are injured in…

It’s a common question from Pennsylvania Car Accident Victims who suffer Whiplash injuries – What is the Average Value of Whiplash Settlements? Unfortunately, there is no formula, algorithm, matrix or book that insurance companies or lawyers use to value Whiplash or other Personal Injury claims from Pennsylvania Car Accidents. The value of your claim is…

A pedestrian injured in a Pennsylvania car accident provides a video testimonial for Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer Tim Rayne. “I don’t think that I could have gotten through this if it wasn’t for Tim. There were so many different times when I thought I can’t do this or I can’t do this alone and Tim was…

It was a risky West Chester car accident injury case and I almost didn’t take it. The problem with the case was that the Police Officer who investigated it found that my prospective client, Jana, was responsible for causing the crash by turning left in front of the Defendant’s oncoming vehicle. The reason why I…

In a groundbreaking decision benefiting motorcycle riders, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court invalidated a car insurance policy Household Vehicle Exclusion helping an injured motorcycle accident victim get the Underinsurance Coverage that he paid for. What is Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage and Why is it Important? In Pennsylvania, you can buy optional coverage on Car or Motorcycle insurance policies…

The worst thing you can sign after a Pennsylvania Car Accident is a Release.  If you are injured in a car accident and deal directly with the Insurance Adjuster for the driver responsible for causing the accident, the Adjuster will likely offer you money for your claim.  But, in exchange for the money, the Adjuster…

You may not know it, but the choices that you make when you buy car insurance govern many of your legal rights and your access to compensation for injuries or damages after a car accident. As a 20-year Personal Injury lawyer, I’ve seen clients make many mistakes in their car insurance choices. So, here is…

Personal Injury victims give up many privacy rights when they file lawsuits. Because they are claiming that injuries and disability were caused by the negligence of the defendant, the defense lawyer has many tools at her disposal to try to refute the claims. The insured party can be forced to answer questions under oath, turn…

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