Car Accident Statute of Limitations
Seriously injured in a car accident? Watch this video about the car accident statute of limitations in Texas and why you need to act fast to protect your rights!
Question: How long do I have to file a car accident claim?
If you’ve been in a car accident in Texas, you have two years to take action. That doesn’t mean you should wait one year and 364 days, but you do have time. You don’t have to let somebody rush you into anything. Two years is the absolute limitation period, and that’s two years from the date of that wreck. If you call us a day before that time runs out, we may not be able to
help you. Take your time though. Think things through and get a grip on what you’re facing with medical bills, with work, with repair bills, all of those things, and we’ll take action. We’ll take action quickly and we’ll move things along as quickly as we can.
Were you or a loved one involved in a crash and have questions about the Texas car accident statute of limitations? Contact a San Antonio Car Accident Lawyer at Rush & Gransee today for a free confidential consultation. Let our experience work for you.
Out of Town Legal Resources
I talked to a young man the other day who had questions about his car accident case in New York. We practice in Texas, but we found these personal injury lawyers in New York that did a really nice job with their online educational resources. If you or someone you know has questions about personal injury claims in New York, take a look at this personal injury law firm in Harris Hill, NY.