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Written by attorney John F. Cordisco | Apr 18, 2016

How Comparative Negligence Works in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania's negligence laws detail the requirements an accident victim must meet before he can collect a settlement for his injuries. Under comparative negligence, an insurer can limit your recovery if it finds you to be partially at fault for the accident.

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It is important to have a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer helping you negotiate your degree of fault and settlement during a personal injury claim. If you have to take the claim to court, it is even more important to have legal representation to help you fight for your right to injury compensation at trial.

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