Unless you were a child, a car accident that occured in 2001 is so old that you will have no remedy available. If there is merely a typo int he year in your post, reach out to a New York State personal injury attorney to discuss your options.
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As Mr. Deasy said; good luck.
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Find the attorney. Hopefully they filed a claim otherwise you are probably barred by he status of limitations.
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2001? If that's the correct date, your opportunity for legal recourse is long gone unless you were a minor at the time and turned 18 within the past couple of years.Ask a similar question
Did you sue? Have you looked for your name in nycourts.gov?
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Do you remember where the attorney's office was. If so go there and see if the attorney is still there. If the attorney did not commence a law suit, you would theoretically have a legal malpractice claim. But since you only briefly went to therapy and do not seem to have continuing complaints, it appears that you would have difficulty proving the underlying claim under NY law that you sustained a "serious injury."Ask a similar question
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