Is it too late for a lawsuit in California? 3 Answers as of November 26, 2010

I live alone and was injured in a workplace accident. I spent the last three months recovering and paid all my medical bills because luckily I was financially able to do so without too much inconvenience. I am now thinking about taking this case to court and hiring an attorney but the injuries are mostly gone. Is it too late to for a personal injury case?

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Dack Marasigan, LLP
Dack Marasigan, LLP | Martin E. Dack, Esq
You have 2 years after accident to file your claim.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 11/26/2010
Tomalas Law Firm
Tomalas Law Firm | Ryan Tomalas
In California there is a two (2) year Statute of Limitations in California that applies to most personal injury cases. This means that if you have not settled your claim or filed a lawsuit by the second anniversary of the accident, you may lose your legal rights arising out of the accident.

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Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 11/2/2010
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