What Is the Statute of Limitations to Bring a Florida Auto Accident Case?

Posted by : Milles Law on March 28, 2019

Your Tallahassee Auto Accident Attorney Has the Answer

The majority of Florida auto accident cases have a statue of limitations of four years. However, there are certain circumstances where the statute of limitations does vary. At Milles Law, a Tallahassee auto accident attorney can provide you with information about the statute of limitations for your specific auto accident case. In the following video, personal injury attorney Eric Milles answers your most pressing questions about the statute of limitations for Florida auto accident cases.

Video Transcript:

The statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case is generally four years. If that auto accident involves a wrongful death, then any wrongful death claim arising out of a car accident must be brought within two years of the date of the accident. There are also various nuances related to minors or if the vehicle involved is owned by a municipality, so it is best to seek the legal advice of an experienced personal injury litigator.

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