Written by attorney Edward Joel Lake | Jun 27, 2014

Post-Accident Pain: Uncovering Late-Appearing Car Accident Injuries

Some injuries from a car accident are obvious, such as a broken arm or a skull fracture. Other times they aren't as clear but the accident victim may still experience post-accident pain. It's important to uncover these late-appearing car accident injuries so you can properly address them in a claim.

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In New York, the statute of limitations is three years. But in other states it might be shorter. You may also file a personal injury protection (PIP) claim with your own insurer if you're in a state like New York that requires no-fault insurance.

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