Are you asking for the accident your dad had in 2004? If so the answer is no. The statute of limitations has passed for a personal injury law suit.
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Where you in your fathers car, what was your age at the time of the crash? Likely, no. However, these and other questions would need to ge known.
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Your question is a bit confusing and it seems some key details are left out. Are you saying that you were a passenger on the bus that overturned on the freeway? If so, you should hire a personal injury attorney to assist you since cases alleging a dangerous condition on public property are very complex.
Or are you asking if you have a case in connection with your father's accident back in 2004? Were you also involved in that accident? In California, there is a 2 year deadline to either settle or file a lawsuit for bodily injury claims and/or wrongful death claims. Minors have 2 years from the date of their 18th birthday to file suit. You didn't provide enough info for us to figure out whether the deadline on any potential claim has already passed.Ask a similar question
Potentially. Consult with a local personal injury lawyer to investigate and advise you and your family concerning potential options. Good luck.Ask a similar question
If you are asking about whether your father has a viable claim from his 2004 accident the answer is no because of the statute of limitations.
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Clear up the confusion, please. The statute of limitations is two years. If this is a new accident, consult a personal injury attorney.Ask a similar question
I drive north on that section of the interstate every day, and even without rain it's a traffic nightmare... cars crossing from left lane to right lane and right lane to left lane as drivers try to make up their minds about how to get on the 91 or stay on the 15... What a horrible accident... my firm is a couple exits south on the 15 from where it happened, and my office window provided a great view of the traffic snarls. If a person was injured in that bus accident, he or she should, immediately AFTER getting medical attention, contact a personal injury lawyer for a personal consultation.
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