Difference Between Full Tort And Limited Tort Car Insurance?

Dallas W. Hartman - personal-injury-general - Super Lawyers

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Dallas W. Hartman, P.C.
201 Green Ridge Rd
New Castle, PA
Phone: 724-652-4081
Fax: 724-652-8380

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[Ask Super Lawyers, What is the difference between full tort and limited tort car insurance in Pennsylvania?, Attorney Dallas W. Hartman responds, THOMSON REUTERS]

Dallas W. Hartman: Full Tort means you get full recovery for all of your out of pockets and your intangible losses like your wife’s loss of consortium, your pain and suffering, your disfigurement, and your inability to do the things you used to do.

Limited Tort means you don’t have the right to go after those intangible costs. More important in our practice what we find is limited Tort basically means that you’re gonna have to fight ‘cause insurance companies are gonna fight you on almost every situation where you have limited Tort and they’re gonna claim that your injury is not significant enough to get all the benefits you’re entitled to get.

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