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Pedestrian Accidents and LIMITED TORT

Posted by Sandra Worthington | Oct 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Did you know that even if you are a limited tort insured on your automobile policy, a choice of coverage which would normally eliminate your ability to pursue a claim for pain and suffering unless you suffer a very serious injury, IF you happen to be a pedestrian and are hit by a car you are considered FULL TORT and can pursue a claim? If this has happened to you and you want to know your rights, I am happy to discuss this with you.

Of course, if you own no car and do not live with a resident relative who owns a car (which would impose upon you whatever tort selection the car owner/relative has picked), you are a Full Tort insured. This is fairly complicated, but we can explain if you have been in this type of accident and need clarification on these points. Call 215-576-5150 or go to www.worthingtonlawgroup.com for more information.

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Sandra Worthington

I am all about YOU. You have been in an accident, and you need a lawyer who understands you and your injuries. Many of my clients are active folks of all ages who are or were involved in walking, running, biking, skateboarding, surfing, yoga, weight-lifting, racquet sports, and countless other a...

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