If you have a personal injury case, Virginia applies a statute of limitations. This is the deadline to pursue your claim or file a lawsuit. Generally speaking, for personal injury claims in Virginia, the statute of limitations is 2 years. (See Virginia Code § 8.01-243). In some instances, there are additional deadlines (such as making a claim against a county, which requires notice within six months).
To determine the statute of limitations in your case, reach out to an attorney as soon as possible. Also makes sure to watch our video where James other important aspects about Virginia statutes of limtation that you should thing about.
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