Understanding Auto Insurance: Full Vs. Limited Tort
When it comes to selecting auto insurance, the tort option you choose can have a major impact on your right to seek compensation following an accident. While limited tort may save you a few dollars, it significantly restricts your right to sue for damages following an accident.
At Dale E. Anstine, we strongly recommend choosing the full tort coverage on an insurance policy. Seeking compensation for your injuries after an accident should be your choice, not your insurance company’s. Be sure to read your policy closely and ask your insurance provider to explain any sections or language that are unclear or confusing. If you’re still unsure about what your insurance policy covers, contact our office today. We’ll review your policy and explain what it means FREE of charge.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident, reach out to the specialized accident and personal injury attorneys at Dale E. Anstine. With offices in York and Gettysburg, our team is proud to protect the injured across the Central Pennsylvania community in cases such as:
- Vehicle, Motorcycle, and Truck Accidents
- No-Fault Accidents
- Bodily Injury Claims
- Drunk Driving Accidents
- Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Insurance Claims
- Wrongful Death
- Mechanical Errors and Issues
- Highway Defects
Consultations are always free, and there’s no fee unless we win for you!
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