Pennsylvania Personal Injury Lawyers

Ostroff Injury Law

527 Plymouth Road, Suite 413
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462

Phone(484) 351-0350 or(800) 818-8148
Fax (484) 351-0355

Articles Published by Ostroff Injury Law

 Don’t Pass Up the Most Important Insurance Coverage When It Comes to Protecting Your Family

A recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is yet another reminder to arm yourself with knowledge about the terms of your insurance policy and how they would protect you as an injured motorist and passenger. It is also an example of the critical importance of selecting uninsured (UM) and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage, so your family is adequately protected in the event of a vehicle accident.

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 What a Child Won’t Tell: Recognizing the Signs of Sex Abuse in Children

Each year, U.S. police departments receive as many as 80,000 reports of sexual abuse against children. However, the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry reports that this number is an underestimate. Many children who are abused are afraid to tell anyone what has happened.

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 Subrogation: Medical Insurance and PA Car Accident Claims

Has Your Health Insurance Sent You a Bill for Your PA Car Crash? When you went to the hospital after your accident, you were asked for your health insurance card. Your medical bills were sent to your medical insurance company and the insurance company paid your claim. Now your health insurance is demanding to be paid back. What is going on?

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 The Statute of Limitations and Your Child’s PA Injury Claim

Have you seen lawyer ads on TV that tell you “Act now! You may lose your rights”? These ads are referring to the statute of limitations. A statute of limitations is the time period after an accident within which a personal injury lawsuit can be filed. This time limit varies by state. In Pennsylvania, an accident victim generally has two years from the date of the injury to file a claim. However, there are some important exceptions to the rule.

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Videos Provided by Ostroff Injury Law

How Your UnderInsured (UIM) Motorist Benefits Work

How Limited Tort Works In Your PA Auto Accident

Auto Insurance Benefits You Get EVEN If You Have Limited Tort

The Exceptions to Limited Tort in Your PA Auto Accident

This second video in the series about limited Limited Tort outlines state exceptions to limited tort. Read more online at These exceptions include:

- Serious Injury Exception to Limited Tort
- Private Passenger Exception to Limited Tort
- DUI Exception to Limited Tort
- Out Of State Exception to Limited Tort

Learn more on our website at or Download our free book at

How PA UnderInsured Motorist ("UIM") Benefits Work

UIM=Underinsured Motorist Coverage insures you against being injured by someone with not enough insurance to fully compensate you. Most of the people in PA don't carry enough insurance. What this can mean to you is that you've been injured and your injuries are serious and they only have the minimum amount of liability coverage they're required to carry you can build back to your insurance company (without your premium being harmed your premium can't be raised if you're not at fault) and you can go back to your insurance company and recover you UIM benefits up to the full value of your claim.

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