Make Sure Your Insurance Company Honors Your Policy Terms

Dealing with an accident is stressful. When your insurance company won’t honor the terms of your policy after the accident, that makes everything unnecessarily more difficult. That is why it is extremely important to know what your policy says and make sure you get the coverage you paid for.

On April, 14, 2021, the federal court in Philadelphia rejected an argument by State Farm Insurance that it did not have to pay for all of the plaintiff’s damages after a car accident. In Depretis v. State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co., the plaintiff purchased a limited tort insurance policy that excluded his ability to recover for pain and suffering and non-monetary damages unless he had “serious injuries.” The federal court concluded that the plaintiff presented sufficient evidence that he had suffered serious injuries because his neck and shoulder/arm had been impaired from the motor vehicle accident for four years. Therefore, the jury should decide the case.

Our office has regularly fought for our clients and others when insurance companies try to limit coverage. If you were injured by another party’s negligence or your insurance company is not abiding by your policy, please call our office at 610-446-3457 or click here to send an email to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys. We will explain the process, guide you and fight to get the recovery you deserve.