As much as I'd love to believe it, cases are never "straightforward," especially when they are this close to the statute of limitations.
If you already have your medical and billing records, as well as a copy of your police report, you will probably be able to find a lawyer in time. If not, it could be difficult. If you are unable to find a lawyer in time, you might consider filing a lawsuit yourself to simply preserve the statute of limitations while you look for a lawyer.
If you have the documents I mentioned, you are free to call me for an evaluation. I can't promise anything, but I'll take a look.Ask a similar question
You need to call an attorney as soon as possible. Just search for a lawyer on Avvo. If you need to file immediately please do not hesitate to contact us or add a comment
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Thank you for your question. Have you made demands on the insurance company? Have they fixed your car? How much in medical bills? Do you have a police report?Ask a similar question
Filing alone won't preserve your claim if you don't exercise due diligence in getting individual served. I concur with Daniel, nothing is ever straight forward. Consult with an attorney ASAP. You can end up prejudicing your case if you don't know what you are doing.Ask a similar question
You need to hire a lawyer quickly to file suit on your behalf. You can find a lawyer on the Internet, or maybe you have a friend who is a lawyer who can point you in the right direction.
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If you want to find an attorney in your area here on AVVO you can select "Find a Lawyer" at the top of the page. Good luck.Ask a similar question
I suggest you immediately hire an attorney who is board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As indicated by one of my colleagues, you not only have to file suit within 2 years of the date of the wreck, you also are required to show due diligence in serving the Defendant. DWI cases can be very good cases in the right personal injury attorney's hands. If you want to discuss any issues, please call us for a free consultation unless you have already retained an attorney. Thanks and have a great day. www.urhurt.com
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pick up a phone and call one in the avvo directory. Or visit some lawyers websites and pick one you like to call.
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