Missing crucial deadlines can destroy your motorcycle injury case
In any Ohio accident case, the injured person needs to understand that there are important deadlines that cannot be missed. The most crucial deadline is the date by which a lawsuit must be filed, which is called the statute of limitations. If this deadline is missed, you will be forever barred from making a claim.
In a typical Ohio motorcycle accident case involving injuries or death, the statute of limitations is two years. If a lawsuit hasn’t been filed within that two-year period, no claim can ever be made.
Injury claims involving children under 18 years of age are handled differently. Minors who have been injured have until two years past their 18th birthday to file a claim.
Please understand that delaying hiring a lawyer could destroy your Ohio motorcycle injury case.