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What is the statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case?

The statute of limitations, or the time within which you have to bring a claim, is different depending upon the facts of your case. If someone was unfortunately killed in an auto accident, the time within to bring that case is two years. In personal injury cases where the person is alive but injured, generally the statute of limitations is four years. However, there’s other instances, like if there was a municipality or a government vehicle involved, that can be three years. But again, there are certain notice requirements and time limitations and other factors that can arise. And what’s most important, is you should seek legal advice right away so you can know your rights and protect your rights.

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