If you have an injury caused by the negligence of another person or company that has progressed over time, then you may be interested in knowing the laws in Texas that govern the time limits you have to file a personal injury lawsuit.

In Texas, Personal Injury Laws are governed by certain Texas Statutes of Limitations. Generally, there is a two-year statute of limitations on your injury, meaning that you have two years from the day your injury occurred to file a lawsuit in judicial Court.  Many factors may affect how the law may calculate the time limits for filing a lawsuit to recover personal injury damages as a result of your injury.

At Mayfield Law Office, we understand that you may not have wanted to file a lawsuit at the beginning of your injury. However, as time goes by, some injuries progress and medical bills start to skyrocket. In these instances, it can be a good idea to find out what your rights may be to seek compensation for your injury.

If you or a loved one are a victim of this circumstance, contact Mayfield Law Office today for your free initial consultation.

Published by Marc Mayfield

Marc Mayfield is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. View more posts