Texas Statute Of Limitations
Act now: Your rights may be affected by the Statute of Limitations
It's important to take action promptly if you've been injured in an accident. Your right to pursue compensation may be affected. The Statute of Limitations dictates the length of time you have to initiate legal proceedings.
Accidents happen every day due to someone's negligence. It's important to take action promptly to make sure your rights are protected. A delay can affect your right to obtain the compensation you rightfully deserve. Contact a serious personal injury lawyer and discuss how the statute of limitations affects your case. Get in touch with the Law Offices of Michael J. Gopin, PLLC today. Call 915-532-1111.
Here is a list of general Statute of Limitations guidelines in Texas personal injury cases:
- Personal injury - 2 years from date of injury
- Injury to personal property - 2 years
- Defamation - 1 year
- Product liability (defective product injuries) - 2 years
The purpose of the Statute of Limitations in Texas and other states is because evidence may get lost over time. People's memories fade and they want to get on with their lives.
Contact a personal injury lawyer in El Paso
Personal injury cases demand prompt attention. Don't let too much time go by. Your rights may be affected. We can help.
If you've been injured, take action today. Call our law firm at 915-532-1111. Your consultation is free and confidential. You don't pay unless you win.
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