If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident you have first-hand experience into the devastation that an injury accident can cause. There is never a good time to get into an accident, and with it can come a number of new challenges. From doctor and/or hospital visits to finding a knowledgeable attorney, the list seems to be overwhelming at times. So much so that often times people do not want to deal with the hassle of going through the legal process until it is too late and their claim is no longer eligible in the eyes of Nevada state law. That is why it is important to know the Nevada Statute of Limitations.
What Are Nevada Statute of Limitations?
Although your medical attention should be your first priority, as an injured accident victim you will also need to pay close attention to something called the “Statute of Limitations.” These limitations dictate how long you have to file a claim. When asking your attorney or paralegal (who should refer legal advice to a lawyer), you will likely be advised to file your claim as soon as possible. And there is good reason for this. If you take too long to file your claim your statute of limitations may expire so to speak. If this happens you might not be able to make a recovery for the damages, loss of income, pain and suffering, medical bills, and other costs associated with your accident. Read more