Every personal injury claim is governed by a "statute of limitations." If you don't know the statute of limitations for your particular case, and/or don't file your case with the proper courts before your statute of limitations expires, you risk losing any chance at recovering compensation for your accident. The best way to ensure your statute of limitations is protected is by contacting a licensed attorney who can review the details of your case and inform you of important deadlines.
Statute of Limitations Explanation for Accident Claims
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