Statute of Limitations

Always remember that there are time limits for filing both civil and criminal cases referred to as the statute of limitations context of civil litigation. These limits are meant to ensure a number of things that potential plaintiffs can’t threaten lawsuits forever to protect the integrity of evidence, including eyewitness testimony, and to encourage the timely resolution of disputes. As a result, it’s vitally important to make note of the statute of limitations for your claim because if you file a case after the statute of limitations has passed, your case will most likely be dismissed even if your claim is valid and you’re virtually guaranteed a win. There are, however, some instances in which a court may allow a case to proceed even after that deadline has passed. In Ohio. Civil statutes of limitation laws impose various statutes of limitation depending on the unique circumstances and facts presented. As a result, it’s vital that you confer with an attorney familiar with personal injury claims as soon as practicable after your injury.

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