What is the Statute of Limitations on a Personal Injury Case in Texas?
If you are considering your legal options after a Texas motor vehicle accident, be sure to act quickly. The statute of limitations on any personal injury case in Texas is two years from the date of the accident. If you fail to file your injury case within that time frame, you may not be able to take action at all. Do not hesitate to contact me to get started. Time is of the essence if you want to seek compensation for your injuries.
What Kind of Compensation Can You Recover After an Auto Accident?
A successful personal injury case for a motor vehicle accident may allow you to recover significant compensation. This compensation is referred to as damages and can help offset some of the physical, emotional, and financial burdens that were caused by your accident.
You may be able to recover both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages can include your medical expenses, lost wages, lost future wages, and other financial strains caused by the accident. Noneconomic damages may include pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, and more.
You should not have to suffer in silence after an injury. Tell me your story. Together, we can strive to work toward the outcome you need to put this pain behind you.
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I understand how devastating an injury caused by the negligence of another party can be. With extensive experience, my firm has what it takes to help you seek the compensation you deserve. Allow me to take some of the weight off your shoulders during this difficult time. You focus on your recovery—I’ll focus on the legalities.
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