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Title: Georgia Statute of Limitations Personal Injury - https://www.schollelaw.com/faqs/what-is-the-statute-of-limitations-for-personal-injury-lawsuits-in-georgia/
Description:All states have deadlines that judges, lawyers, plaintiffs, and defendants must comply with. These deadlines are known as the Georgia statute of limitations for personal injury cases, and they dictate the time period for how long you have to file a lawsuit. This time period differs according to whether it’s a civil claim or criminal charge. In Georgia, the statute of limitations for civil cases such as car accidents, wrongful death, and other personal injury claims is typically 2 years from the date of the injury or death. Once the Georgia statute of limitations on personal injury cases has finished, your claim is void — no matter how strong a case you have. Courts seldom forgive a failure to file suit by the statute of limitations deadline.
Category:Blogs: Law and Disorder
Link Owner:Charles Scholle
Date Added:January 06, 2022 04:42:59 PM
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