The time limit for filing a personal injury claim is known as a statute of limitations. In Illinois, the statute of limitations for car accidents is two years from the date of the crash. Once you miss this deadline, you may lose your right to recover compensation from the negligent driver.
Contact Briskman Briskman & Greenberg as soon as possible after your car accident for legal guidance on the next steps. Our lawyers will make sure your paperwork is submitted on time before the statute of limitations expires.
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