The worst thing you can sign after a Pennsylvania Car Accident is a Release.  If you are injured in a car accident and deal directly with the Insurance Adjuster for the driver responsible for causing the accident, the Adjuster will likely offer you money for your claim.  But, in exchange for the money, the Adjuster…

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…

For years, I’ve been preaching about the critical importance of purchasing Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage on your Pennsylvania Car Insurance to protect yourself and your family if you’ve been injured in a Pennsylvania Car Accident.  If you are one of my regular readers, you know why and can skip to the second section of…

I feel like it’s been somewhat of an obsession of mine – advising whomever will listen about the danger of choosing Limited Tort rather than Full Tort on a Pennsylvania Car Insurance Policy.  For 20 years now, I’ve been warning people by lecturing, writing articles, doing You Tube videos and even publishing a book A Lawyer’s…

Based on my experience for over 20 years as a Pennsylvania Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer, there are three things that a car accident victim should bring to the first appointment with a Pennsylvania Car Accident Lawyer:  the Police Report, Car and Health Insurance Information and a List of Medical Providers.  These documents will assist…

As a Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyer representing Car Accident victims inside and outside of Chester County, one of the most common questions I hear is “How much compensation am I entitled to because of the injuries from my car accident?”  The answer is, it depends. First, in order to have a valid legal claim for…

In the case of Moranko v. Downs Racing, LP, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania issued a decision on June 10, 2015 holding that a valet had no duty to prevent an intoxicated driver from driving his car. The lawsuit alleged that Moranko had consumed copious amounts of alcohol at the Mohegan Sun Casino and retreived and drove…

There are 3 things you should do as soon as possible after being injured in a Pennsylvania car accident:  Seek Medical Attention, Contact Your Car Insurance Company and Consult with an Experienced Car Accident Lawyer. Seek Medical Attention –   Even if you think you only have minor injuries, it’s wise to get checked out at…

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…

  Super Lawyers, in conjuction with Philadelphia Magazine, has released it’s Top 100 Lawyer Lists for Pennsylvania and Philadlephia and, for the third time in four years, MacElree Harvey Personal Injury and Car Accident Attorney Tim Rayne has made the list. Super Lawyers uses a Four Step Process to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse…

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