Does Living In Pennsylvania Affect Your New Jersey Auto Accident Claim?

New Jersey, like Pennsylvania, is a “no fault” state – meaning that your car insurance will provide you medical benefits coverage (known as personal injury protection coverage) up to the limits you chose in your auto policy regardless of whether you were at fault for the accident. Like Pennsylvania, New Jersey also has an auto … Read more

What It Means to Have Uninsured and Underinsured Auto Coverage

Pennsylvania and New Jersey, like every state, requires you to purchase and maintain automobile insurance in order to legally drive a car.  This is called “financial responsibility”.  This insurance will include bodily injury liability – coverage for when a driver causes an accident and causes bodily or physical harm to someone. However both states only … Read more

How to Get Your Medical Bills Covered after an Auto Accident

Having an auto accident and dealing with mounting medical bills can be very stressful.  Fortunately, even if you do not have health insurance, there can be some initial coverage for those medical bills under your or someone else’s auto policy.  These medical benefits are called first party, or personal injury protection (“PIP”) benefits.  Auto insurers … Read more

Making New Law Against Entities that Deny Insurance Coverage

Unfortunately a jury verdict in favor of a plaintiff doesn’t always mean they will automatically be compensated for their losses.  This was the situation the Thistle Law Firm faced following a $7 million medical malpractice verdict in favor of its clients.  While the attorneys at The Thistle Law Firm were able to obtain insurance coverage … Read more