A statute of limitations is a rule that says that you must file suit by a certain date, and if you don’t you lose your rights to sue. It is a deadline to file your lawsuit. Why would there be such a rule? The policy behind a rule is to put a final deadline on the right to sue so the parties involved can move on with certainty that no litigation will ever occur after the deadline has past. It is to end all concern that there will be litigation. You can imagine if you were a potential defendant in a case you might do certain things or refrain from doing certain things if you have some concerns about litigation. So, the statute of limitations is there to give you date certain after which you can continue with your life and business with no more concerns about litigation. Take, for example, a car crash case in Norwich, Connecticut, there is a statute of limitations that applies to that case, and the plaintiff must file suit by that date of they lose their rights to sue. Because there are more than one statute of limitations that might apply to a car accident case in Norwich, Connecticut for various reasons, and it would be a disservice to you to discuss them because there is the potential that you might misapply it to your case. For any question about a statute of limitation contact a trusted lawyer who is board certified in Connecticut.

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident in Norwich, Connecticut contact the Norwich car accident lawyers at The Bartinik Law Firm, PC., Groton, Connecticut at 860 445 8521 or toll free at 888 717 4211.

Peter J. Bartinik, Jr.
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Civil Trial Attorney, Practicing Law in Connecticut