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How Many Years Do I Have to Sue for a Car Accident in Wisconsin?

Car Accident How Long to SueWhat is the Time Limit to File a Lawsuit?

Typically, personal injury victims have three years from the date of the car accident to file a lawsuit. As of February 6, 2016, some statutes of limitations in Wisconsin changed. If you were injured in a car accident before February 6, 2016, you may have a different statute of limitations.

How long you have to sue may vary under certain circumstances, such as if the injured person was under 18 or mentally incompetent. It’s best to contact Milwaukee's best car accident injury attorney as soon as possible after the crash, even if you’re not sure yet if you’re going to sue, to find out what your time limit really is.

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Warshafsky is a based-in-Milwaukee personal injury law firm serving the injured since the 1950s.

Warshafsky has brought hundreds of successful lawsuits against auto makers, drug companies and insurance companies. Many clients choose us in part because we are able and willing to fund a case fully through trial and even appeal. Insurance companies value your claim based on the quality of your lawyer. No other Wisconsin law firms boast a board-certified accident investigator and a doctor who is also a lawyer and an attorney who represented insurance companies.

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