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Don't try to resolve it yourself, as there are many pitfalls. The secret is to retain a top-rated Philadelphia personal injury lawyer with a low contingency fee, less than 30%, so you don't get hurt twice, and you get maximum compensation under PA law.
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If you thought the "answers were great" then follow the advice and get an attorney you can sit down with and go over all the facts of your case in a way that cannot be done on a website.
If your mom has a 300K UM policy I am not sure why anyone would tell you you can get more? You would get more from whom? YOur mom has a 300k policy she paid for and the insurance company will just give more??? Here is a possibility: Did your mom purchase stacking and does she own more than one vehicle. For instance, if she purchased a 300k policy and she also purchased "stacking" and she has 2 cars then the available coverage is 600k--if she has 3 cars with stacking then the coverage is 900k.
You need to meet with an attorney to explore these issues.
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Hopefully you have a competent personal injury attorney representing your interests. You should address your concerns and questions to your personal injury attorney.
The way your question reads, it seems that your dad may not be living with your mom. If your dad has a separate location for his home and you spend some percentage of time in his household, your attorney should explore whether or not there is additional uninsured motorist coverage in your dad's home. A number of courts have found coverage in both households when children's time is split between 2 parents households.
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