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What is the statute of limitations for a car accident injury in Texas?

Imagine you are driving your children to school. As you slow at a yield sign before merging with traffic, your vehicle is slammed from behind by a driver in another car.

Maybe your injuries or your child's were not immediately apparent, but later there is some back pain. As a precaution, you go to the doctor and hope that the pain will go away with time. Maybe the last thing you want to do is get involved in a lawsuit against another driver.

But as the months go by, the pain persists. As the medical bills pile up, you don't know what to do.

For you and your family's behalf, it is in your best interests to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer. Under Texas law, the statute of limitations to file a lawsuit after a personal injury is two years. If you are within the time limits, you may be eligible for compensation for medical expenses, wage loss, pain and suffering, and other hardships.

It may sound stress-inducing, but those who have been injured in a car accident need to know their rights. Personal injury attorneys don't get paid unless you do. Years from now, do you still want those bills to be piling up?

To learn more about your rights and what to do after a car accident in Texas, talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer who handles these complex issues every day.

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