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What is the statute of limitations?

Plaintiffs in car accident cases do not have an unlimited amount of time to take legal action in hopes of pursuing financial compensation. There is statute of limitations which places limits on the amount of time a plaintiff can file a civil lawsuit. Once the statute of limitations runs out, you will be ineligible to apply for or obtain any financial compensation. In the state of Wisconsin, an injured victim has three years from the date of the injury to take legal action.

It is very important that you take legal action before the statute of limitations runs out. To learn more about the statute of limitations and how it affects your case, contact a Sheboygan car accident attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.

 

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