Under Texas law, the statute of limitations in almost all cases will be 2 years from the date of your accident. If you don't feel your lawyer is doing a good job for you, then you have the right to have another lawyer review your case as well as your current lawyer's conduct.
It sounds like you have a third party work injury case. Watch this brief video which addresses this type of claim:
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The insurance company and adjuster will never pay you a fair amount on your claim. The amounts they are offering you now are a joke. Check out this page and I bet this adjuster is playing many of these tricks on you already:
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Here is a video we did on the Statute of Limitations in personal injury cases in Texas:
Basically you have to file the lawsuit within the limitations period. You do not have to "go to court" within that period. If you have a meritorious case, I see no reason why an attorney could not get your case filed with no problem on limitations.
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