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Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

The personal injury statute of limitations is an important date that your auto accident attorney must protect if you have been seriously injured by a negligent driver in Carroll County, Maryland.

What is the Personal Injury Statute of Limitations?

The statue of limitations is the amount of time you have to file a personal injury civil action before you are barred from bringing your personal injury claim.   In Maryland, the statute of limitations is three years.  In many of the states surrounding Maryland, the statute of limitations is two years.

Basically, you have three years from the date of your accident to bring a lawsuit against the at-fault driver.

If you have been seriously injured by the negligence of another driver, then you and your personal injury attorney must be aware of the personal injury statue of limitations.  If you fail to protect the statute of limitation, then you could be completely barred from recovery any compensation for your injuries.

Typically, the personal injury statute of limitations is not an issue.  But, if you have sustained an ongoing and potentially permanent injury, then you may approach the statute of limitations.  If that is the case, then your attorney must file a lawsuit before you run past the statute of limitations date!

Contact the Westminster Personal Injury Attorney Ross W. Albers

If you have been seriously injured in an automobile accident in Carroll County, Maryland, then consider retaining a personal injury attorney to help you resolve your claim and protect the personal injury statute of limitations.

The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is located in Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland.  Personal Injury Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster and knows what you’re up against.  Schedule a free auto accident consultation if you are worried that your auto injury claim is approaching the personal injury statute of limitations.

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