Limited-Tort Filings Down in Pennsylvania, Attorneys Say

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The tough economic decisions associated with taking limited-tort cases have led to a drop in the number of limited-tort filings, attorneys from around the state have told the Law Weekly.

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  • Christopher Everspark

    It‘s interesting to see how the economic downturn had an impact on limited tort filings.

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