The key difference between full tort/at-fault policies and choosing a no-fault/limited tort insurance policy is whether the victim has a right to sue.
Edith Pearce is a personal injury lawyer in Philadephia, PA. Edith spent over 10 years working as a lawyer for an insurance company and defense firm before concentrating her practice on injured victims and starting The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C. Having grown up in the Philadelphia suburbs, graduating from Villanova University and Temple Law School, Edith is a true “Philadelphia lawyer.” Edith Pearce has been practicing law for over 25 years and has received the following accolades and awards: Top 100 National Trial Lawyers; Newsweek 20 Leaders in the Law; Top Rated Lawyers as published by The Philadelphia Inquirer; Top Rated 10.0 Avvo Rating; 10 Best Female Attorneys by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys; and inclusion in the peer-review publication, The Best Lawyers in America.
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