What are your legal rights if you are injured in a car accident in Pennsylvania caused by a family member?  It’s a question you might not even ask, thinking that you would have no claims because the accident was caused by a relative.   It’s so awkward to even think about making a claim against…

Pennsylvania is a No-Fault state for payment of medical bills after a car accident.  What that means is that, regardless of who was at fault for causing the car accident, everyone’s medical bills will get paid by their own insurance company. When you buy car insurance in Pennsylvania, you choose how much Medical Coverage you…

When you purchase car insurance in Pennsylvania you have to choose Full Tort or Limited Tort. Full Tort costs more, but your full legal rights are protected if you are injured in a car accident caused by someone else. You can recover Economic Damages for Medical Bills, Lost Wages and Out-of-Pocket Expenses and Non-Economic Damages…

For years, I’ve been preaching about the critical importance of purchasing Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage on your Pennsylvania Car Insurance to protect yourself and your family if you’ve been injured in a Pennsylvania Car Accident.  If you are one of my regular readers, you know why and can skip to the second section of…

When you are injured in a car accident in Pennsylvania it might surprise you to learn that your own car insurance company will pay your medical bills up to the amount of your medical coverage which has to be at least $5,000.  Pennsylvania car accident medical claims are handled on a “no fault” basis.  That…

I feel like it’s been somewhat of an obsession of mine – advising whomever will listen about the danger of choosing Limited Tort rather than Full Tort on a Pennsylvania Car Insurance Policy.  For 20 years now, I’ve been warning people by lecturing, writing articles, doing You Tube videos and even publishing a book A Lawyer’s…

What do you think is the most valuable asset for most people:  their home, 401(k), bank account, car….?  No.  What is it then?  Well, it’s a trick question.  This answer is…. their income earning power. For someone making $50,000 at age 45, even if he or she  has a six figures in a 401(k) and/or…

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