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Each year, millions of people are left permanently disabled due to negligence by another individual.

These types of motor vehicle claims may involve a pedestrian hit and run, semi-truck accidents, bike-car collision, bus accident, drunk driving, or a motorcycle crash.

If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting in injuries such as severe burns, broken bones, amputation, traumatic brain injury or neck, back and spinal injuries we want to help with your recovery.

If you have sustained injuries due to a motor vehicle accident in the last 4 years* please contact us for a free evaluation at 888-878-4368 to see if we can assist in your recovery.


*Statute of Limitation by State
– A type of federal or state law that restricts the time within which legal proceedings may be taken

State Accident Must have Occurred within
Alabama 2 Years
Alaska 2 Years
Arizona 2 Years
Arkansas 3 Years
California 2 Years
Colorado 3 Years
Connecticut 2 Years
Delaware 2 Years
District of Columbia 3 Years
Florida 4 Years
Georgia 2 Years
Hawaii 2 Years
Idaho 2 Years
Illinois 2 Years
Indiana 2 Years
Iowa 2 Years
Kansas 2 Years
Kentucky 1 Year
Louisiana 1 Year
Maine 6 Years
Maryland 3 Years
Massachusetts 3 Years
Michigan 3 Years
Minnesota 2 Years
Mississippi 3 Years
Missouri 5 Years
Montana 3 Years
Nebraska 4 Years
Nevada 2 Years
New Hampshire 3 Years
New Jersey 2 Years
New Mexico 3 Years
New York 3 Years
North Carolina 3 Years
North Dakota 6 Years
Ohio 2 Years
Oklahoma 2 Years
Oregon 2 Years
Pennsylvania 2 Years
Rhode Island 3 Years
South Carolina 3 Years
South Dakota 3 Years
Tennessee 1 Years
Texas 2 Years
Utah 4 Years
Vermont 3 Years
Virginia 2 Years
Washington 3 Years
West Virginia 2 Years
Wisconsin 3 Years
Wyoming 4 Years
National Average: 2.64 Years