The Purpose of Tort in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

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In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, there is a limitation on lawsuit option in insurance policies. That means that depending on your injuries, you may be limited in your ability to bring a lawsuit from a motor vehicle accident. It’s important to talk to either your insurance company or an attorney who can recognize whether you do have a limitation on lawsuit. From there, your attorney can guide you whether you can bring a lawsuit for any injuries that you sustain in a motor vehicle accident.

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