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If you have been injured in an accident, and it wasn’t your fault, you may have the right to be compensated for your damages. These damages may include past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages, as well as damaged or lost property. You may be entitled to compensation by your insurance company, another parties’ insurance company, both insurance companies, or other sources. In many cases, it won’t be necessary to file a lawsuit to recover compensation for damages. We’re often able to negotiate a settlement on your behalf. However, should a lawsuit be necessary, usually it will be filed in either the county you live in, or the county in which the person who caused your injuries lives in.
Generally, there is a 2-year statute of limitations for claims for damages arising from a car accident. This means that if you have not filed a lawsuit against the party that caused your damages within 2 years from the date of the accident you will be forever barred from filing such a suit.
In order to determine the exact statute of limitations in your particular case we’ll need to talk to you, so contact us today. We’ll also discuss other aspects of your case to determine what your rights are.
DO NOT SIGN ANY DOCUMENTS, GIVE A RECORDED STATEMENT, OR DISCUSS YOUR ACCIDENT WITH ANYONE (ESPECIALLY AN INSURANCE COMPANY) UNTIL YOU HAVE TALKED TO US.
All information contained herein is intended for educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. All information provided throughout this website should be considered general information, and specific applications may vary. Please contact us to discuss your particular situation and to determine whether Bankruptcy is right for you, and if so, how the information we have provided herein will affect you specifically.
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