if you have limited tort in pa and you are hit by someone driving an out of state vehicle does that promote your insurance to full tort
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Insurance Question from Bear Creek Township, PA
Asked on 08/04/2011
if you have limited tort in pa and you are hit by someone driving an out of state vehicle does that promote your insurance to full tort NULL
Answer given on August 06, 2011
Since the states have different insurance laws, including minimum liability limits, no fault and limited no fault the insurance companies have clauses in the policy to address these differences.The policies state that if someone is driving in another state with different laws, then the policy in force will compy to the laws of the state in which they are in. This would make the insurance policy for the other party in your accident would be amended to a limited tort policy. The claims adjuster should be aware of the different insurance requirements and work the settlement accordingly.Please contact your agent and/or insurance company. They should be able to explain how the insurance will work in this case, and can help you move forward with your claim. It may be that your insurance will handle the settlement and then subrogate against the other company.
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