Q: When Should I File My Personal Injury Claim or Suit?
A: All states have imposed statutory limits on the amount of time you have to file your claim or lawsuit after an injurious accident. In Texas, the statue of limitations, or deadline, for personal injury cases is two years from the date of the injury, according to Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, Title 2 Section 16.003. If you don't get your claim or lawsuit filed before this two-year window closes, you will completely forfeit your right to have your case heard in the Texas civil court system. In other words, you will lose your right to collect compensation for your damages.
At The Law Office of WT Johnson, we understand that time is of the essence in such a delicate matter as a personal injury claim or lawsuit, which is why we will immediately mobilize our team of dedicated legal professionals to get started on your case as soon as you hire us. There is no reason for you to delay; we offer consultations at no cost and we don't charge attorney fees unless we recover. Take the first step in securing a better future for yourself and contact our office today at (800) 738-4046.
Additional Personal Injury Questions & Answers
- Can I bring an injury claim or suit against the government?
- Can I get compensation if the accident was partially my fault?
- How much is my claim or lawsuit worth?
- How long will it take to resolve my personal injury case?
- The insurance company is offering me a settlement. Should I accept their offer?
- What is the modified comparative negligence rule?
- What is a catastrophic injury?
- When should I file my personal injury claim or suit?
If you would like to discuss your claim with a member of our team, don't hesitate to call us at (214) 231-0544. We're ready to help you, and won't rest until you receive the settlement you deserve.