Statute of Limitations Concerning Your Virginia Injury
http://www.rohrstafflaw.com/ Alexandria injury lawyer Sandra Rohrstaff discusses, in this informative video, the statue of limitations for the state of Virginia. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an Alexandria accident, you may be wondering how long you have to file your lawsuit.
The statute of limitations for Virginia is two years. That means if you are an adult who has been injured in an accident, such as a car or motorcycle wreck, you have two years to file your lawsuit or resolve your case.
This doesn't mean that your case needs to come to a close by then. Your medical bills may still be mounting and you might still be receiving treatment for your injury. The statute of limitations means that your lawsuit must be filed within that two-year period.
Part of that process is determining your damages, such as future medical needs and future lost wages. Our experienced team of lawyers at the Rohrstaff Law Firm will help determine your past, present and futures damages and help build your injury case.
If you have been injured in an Alexandria accident, don't wait to speak with an attorney. Call us today to discuss the merits of your accident case. We will evaluate your case for free.
You can also order our book, You've Been Injured. It's Not Your Fault. Now What?, by calling 703-260-6070. http://www.rohrstafflaw.com/practice_areas/car-truck-and-motorcycle-accidents.cfm