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May 23

What is the statute of limitation for brain injury cases?

Posted by: Personal Injury Attorney  
Tagged in: Brain Injuries

When you or a loved one experiences an accident, the worst case scenario that everyone fears is a brain injury. Brain injuries have lasting effects that can change a person's life immediately, or the long term effects may take years to become apparent. It is important to seek legal assistance as soon as you discover that you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury to prevent the statute of limitations from running out on the case.

In most instances, you have two years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury lawsuit in California. If you file suit after two years, the case will likely be dismissed, even if your case is valid and even if you can demonstrate that the other parts was responsible for your brain injury. Because it can take time to gather the evidence and build a case against the responsible party, it is important to get started as soon as possible. Contact a personal injury attorney as soon as you realize that you have a brain injury.

In some cases, victims of accidents do not realize that they have a brain injury until many years later. Once you realize that you or your loved one has a brain injury, it is still important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. In some cases, when the victim is able to prove that the effects of their injury were not apparent earlier, the statute of limitation can be extended and you can still gain compensation for your injury.

If you or a family member have suffered a brain injury as a result of an accident that was someone else's fault, call Mr. Hamdam, personal injury attorney in Encino. Mr. Hamdam is experienced with helping accident victims gain compensation for their injuries. In addition, he offers a free consultation, and he does not collect unless you receive compensation.