What May Not Be Covered?
Many insurance policies restrict the damages you can claim compensation for. Typically, with limited tort coverage policies, you may not be able to sue for damages that cannot be translated into cash terms directly unless the accident is deemed to have caused serious injuries. For example, you may be able to claim compensation for replacing the windshield of your car, which was damaged in the accident but not for the pain and suffering that you have endured as a result of the crash. Exceptions may be applicable when you have suffered serious injuries in the accident, which has caused a permanent disfigurement or a severe impairment of a critical bodily function. Claims may also be admissible if the rollover accident has resulted in a fatality.
Getting The Compensation You Deserve
If you limit yourself to what your insurance company is offering you, you will be left with bills and costs their offer won’t cover. You need to hire a competent Philadelphia personal injury attorney, like Edith Pearce, to fight for the compensation you need to cover your damages, both physical and emotional. The founding attorney of The Pearce Law Firm, Edith Pearce has handled multi-million dollar cases for her car accident clients. She has worked as an attorney for a major insurance companies for many years. Her inside knowledge will help you get the maximum compensation for your claim to ensure you are taken care of. However, The Pearce Law Firm handles both the large and the small cases. We have often been able to prove that a client’s injuries were serious, so that the limited tort restrictions don’t apply.
Our firm can give you the personal attention and compassions you won’t find at many larger firms. Edith is personally involved with every case from start to finish. This means that you will get her experience and knowledge for your case no matter what. Our firm examines every detail of your case from aggressive discovery, site visits, careful examination of medical records, and more to ensure that we understand the whole picture of what happened in your rollover accident and, just as important, what may happen because of it.
Call us today for a free case consultation. If there is no recovery, there’s no fee, and we take cases on a contingency fee basis. If you or someone you know has been injured in a rollover accident in Philadelphia, you need to call The Pearce Law Firm today at (215) 557-8686.