Florida has a statute of limitations which sets a deadline for the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit to seek compensation for your injuries caused by another. The statute of limitations varies depending on the type of law suit you file.
The Florida statute of limitations on personal injury claims is four years from the date of the accident.
This means you must file your lawsuit within four years of the date you were injured, or you will be precluded from bringing an action. If you miss the state of limitations, you will be unable to seek recovery for your injuries. In very rare cases the statute of limitations is not strictly applied. Do not wait. It is imperative that you hire a personal injury attorney to help you with your claim as soon after the accident as possible.
The Florida statute of limitation in a wrongful death case is two years from the date of death. If the state of limitations passes, you will not be able to seek justice on your loved one's behalf.
The Clients We Serve
We represent individuals who have been seriously injured or killed as a result of the negligent or intentional conduct of others. Our practice emphasis includes claims for:
Our attorneys and staff are dedicated to giving the best possible legal representation to our clients. We invite you to learn more about our firm here.
Recovery For Your Injuries
The attorneys at Draper Law Office can help you get the compensation you may be entitled to in your personal injury case, which may include recovery for medical bills, lost wages, and other related expenses. In the case of serious injury, our firm can help you recover damages you may also be entitled to, including pain and suffering, physical impairment, scarring, disfigurement, and diminished capacity for the enjoyment of life.
Contact Draper Law Office today to find out exactly what you and your loved ones are entitled to after being injured in an accident in the Central Florida area. Our offices are conveniently located in Orlando, Kissimmee, and St. Cloud to best serve you.