Travelers Insurance Company was forced to double its policy holder’s Underinsurance Coverage from $100,000 to $200,000 when a Pennsylvania Federal Court Judge decided the case of Barnard v. Travelers and found that Travelers had misinterpreted Pennsylvania Car Insurance Law.  The Barnard v. Travelers case involved an important concept in Pennsylvania Car Insurance Coverage, the “Stacking” of Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage….

When you buy car insurance in Pennsylvania you are required to choose Full Tort or Limited Tort.  The difference between the two is not well understood and usually poorly explained by car insurance agents.  Simply put, with Limited Tort, your rights to compensation after a car accident are usually limited.  But, sometimes luck can prevent…

When you buy car insurance in Pennsylvania, you have to choose Full Tort or Limited Tort.  Full Tort is more expensive coverage but preserves your Full Legal Rights to Compensation after a car accident caused by someone else.   Limited Tort is cheaper coverage, but it limits your Legal Rights to Compensation. Generally, with Limited…

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