A Philadelphia Lawyer for Full and Limited Tort Claims
While some personal injury law firms handle either full or limited tort cases exclusively, our firm is committed to helping anybody who has suffered permanent bodily injury in an accident. With over one hundred years of shared experience, our attorneys handle limited and full tort claims in the courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Putting Our Experience to Work for You Contact Rand Spear, The Accident Lawyer
Whether you were injured in a truck accident or slip and fall, you want an attorney who will help you get the full compensation you deserve. Our lawyers work with a vast network of experts, including life care planners and vocational specialists, in order to make sure you get the medical care you need and the financial compensation you deserve.
Depending on the nature of your accident and your injury, you may want to evaluate whether or not you have full tort or a limited tort coverage. If you give us just five minutes of your time, we will help you understand your rights and options moving forward:
- Full Tort: You can recover under full tort for injuries as small as a strain or a sprain. Filing a full tort means you can pursue a claim for injuries and damages, regardless of the extent of the injury.
- Limited Tort: Having limited tort coverage means that you may affect your right to collect for injuries unless you have a serious impairment. Limited tort claims only apply to auto accidents, but there are certain exceptions that will deem you to have full tort.
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If you are interested in seeking compensation for your injuries, it is time to find out more about your options moving forward. At the Philadelphia law offices of Rand Spear, the Accident Lawyer, we will be happy to answer your questions. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.