You need to find out what the Statute of Limitations for your state is (MA). If you are less than the allowed amount of days for the Statute of Limitations, you may bring a lawsuit.
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You have 3 years to sue in MA. But it's been a long time since the accident, and your post leaves lots of unanswered questions that need answers. You should contact an experienced car accident lawyer for a free consultation without delay.
First, I am sorry to hear that you are still suffering as a result of another driver's recklessness.
The short answer to your question is yes, you can still file a lawsuit even though it's been 2 years. Because of the time frame there are a number of considerations that we would need to discuss including: was the crash reported at the time, when did you first seek medical attention, and what treatment have you received since the crash. Whenever we are investigating an older incident we have to catch-up with the facts so we can apply them to the law to determine how to best advise you to proceed.
I would suggest that you contact a top rated Massachusetts personal injury injury with a lot of experience in car crash cases. You can compare attorneys right here on Avvo by rating and reviews. You can also cross-reference qualifications by comparing these ratings to Super Lawyers. Many of us offer a free consultation so we can discuss the specifics of your situation.
I hope this answers your initial question. Please feel free to contact me if you would like further answers.
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