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How the Statute of Limitations May Affect Your Case

When an accident that wasn’t your fault causes you to suffer injuries, you’re eligible to file a claim for compensation for expenses like medical bills and lost wages.

However, you don’t have the rest of your life to do so. In Oklahoma, the statute of limitations for filing injury claims for things like car accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, and wrongful death is two years from the date that those events occurred.

24 Months Can Pass in the Blink of an Eye—Don’t Lose Your Chance at Compensation

At Parrish DeVaughn Injury Lawyers, we know all too well about the consequences of waiting too long to file a compensation claim.

Many victims hear about the two-year statute of limitations and become complacent or make their personal injury claims low-priority. We understand how that happens—life can get in the way and it can be difficult to get the ball rolling, especially if you’re recovering from an injury.

But the longer you wait to get a lawyer, the more difficult it may be to get the money you deserve. In addition to risking losing out on your chance to get damages, your claim also may be less likely to succeed due to evidence disappearing or increased skepticism and resistance from the insurance company.

We’re Ready to Start Building Your Claim Today

Our Oklahoma City personal injury lawyers are dedicated to making your claim as easy as possible for you. We know you’re hurting and trying to recover from your injuries. That’s why we’ll handle all of the paperwork and communication with the insurance company on your behalf.

Don’t wait another day to get started on the path to the compensation you need to move forward with your life. The clock is ticking, but we’re available 24/7. Call us anytime, day or night, at (405) 999-9000.