Depending on the state you’re and the injury you’re filing a claim for, you usually have a time restriction to deal with in a personal injury case. Although there are circumstances that allow for extensions, you should always consider the statute of limitations for your claim.

This statute determines the amount of time you have left to file a claim with or without a lawyer. Whether your claim is resolved through a settlement or litigation, there will still be a restriction from the time of the injury to the start of the claim. Should you exceed this limitation, even with the best evidence, your claim will be deemed null and void.

Even when you’re still in the middle of recovering from your injuries, it’s recommended that you contact a lawyer and begin filing your claim. A lawyer will help you gather evidence while you focus on receiving treatment and getting better. Deadlines for filing will depend on the state where the accident and the type of claim you’re making.

For example, in Texas, the statute of limitations gives you two years from the date of injury to file suit in the civil court system. If you need help filing your personal injury claim in San Antonio, don’t hesitate to contact the legal team of Barrus Injury Lawyers. Contact our offices to schedule a FREE consultation with am Injury lawyer in San Antonio.

At Barrus Law, we offer a zero-fee guarantee. In addition to our complimentary consultation, you don’t pay us anything until a recovery is made on your behalf.

Author's Bio: 

Stacey Barrus practices personal injury law in San Antonio and throughout South Texas where he fights for the rights of injury victims.