Limited Tort vs. Full Tort

Limited Tort vs. Full Tort

When it comes to choosing the right coverage for your auto insurance policy, you will need to make a decision between limited tort and full tort. This decision can prove to be extremely important if you get in a car accident. We understand that navigating the various auto insurance coverage options can be overwhelming, which is why we have gathered all the must-know information for choosing between Limited Tort and Full Tort:

  • Limited Tort: Limited Tort means that if you are in a car accident, you have the ability to sue for limited recovery.  In the case of a “serious” injury you could retain the right to sue.  The definition of “serious” injury could be somewhat questionable.  The Limited Tort option is less expensive than Full Tort.
  • Full Tort: In contrast, Full Tort means you would have the ability to sue for “all” damages including pain and suffering.

Contact Miller Insurance Associates in Carlisle for all of your Pennsylvania auto insurance needs. We can guide you in making an informed decision regarding Limited Tort and Full Tort.