Wyomissing, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/05/2019 -- Kozloff Stoudt, a Berks County law firm with decades of experience, represents individuals who were harmed in auto accidents. Their auto accident attorneys in Reading, PA and the surrounding areas give injured victims of car accidents the representation that they need to get the settlement that they deserve.
Many people, when dealing with an auto accident for the first time, do not understand their rights or the nuance of car accident law in Pennsylvania. Kozloff Stoudt's auto accident lawyers in Berks County are well versed in statutes of limitations, evidence to look for, and the most effective ways to develop a case for trial. Having these skills can change the course of a car accident suit and provide better leverage when it comes to negotiating a settlement.
More importantly, these lawyers fully understand a person's ability to file a suit based on the insurance plan that they elected to have through their provider. Pennsylvania, being a "choice no-fault" system, can largely limit car accident victims depending upon the level of tort that they chose for their car insurance. If an individual elects to have full tort coverage, there can be more options when it comes to filing a personal injury suit.
The lawyers at Kozloff Stoudt are more than just attorneys — they're advocates. They prepare an argument, build a case, ready people for trial, and argue on victims' behalves.
To learn more about Kozloff Stoudt's practice areas, visit their website at https://www.kozloffstoudt.com. For a confidential consultation with one of their car accident lawyers, call them at 610-370-6700.
About Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys
The Law Offices of Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys formed in 2000, following the merger of two historically respected and prominent Berks County law firms. The firm is located in the Spring Ridge area of Wyomissing, Berks County, the professional and commercial hub of the Reading area. For decades, the lawyers of Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys have advised and represented individuals, businesses, school districts and municipalities in most aspects of civil law.