7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the Community Room, Lower Level
When purchasing auto insurance, it is important to fully consider the potential legal ramifications of the choices you make to you and your family. Budgetary concerns may make short-term savings on car insurance look like a good idea, but there are many unexpected considerations of which every consumer should be aware. This presentation will help you understand the pitfalls of auto insurance policies and how to avoid them.
• What is the difference between limited tort and full tort auto insurance?
• How much underinsured motorist coverage should you carry?
• What are the benefits of stacking coverage limits?
• How can you limit auto insurance costs without impacting coverage?
Presenter: Attorney Thomas Archer – Mette Evans & Woodside
Attorney Tom Archer has twenty-five years’ experience in civil litigation on behalf of injured people. He vigorously handles a broad spectrum of legal matters, including insurance claims, automobile injuries, dangerous and defective conditions and medical malpractice. Mr. Archer serves as an adjunct faculty member in Widener University’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program.