State-by-State Slip and Fall Claims

If you've been injured in a fall on someone else's property, and you're thinking about making an insurance claim or filing a lawsuit over the incident, one of the first things you need to pay attention to is the statute of limitations in your state. This is a law that puts a limit on the amount of time you have to get a civil case started in the state's court system. Deadlines vary depending on the kind of case you want to file.

The statute of limitations doesn't apply to insurance claims, but it's important to keep the deadline in mind when formulating a strategy for your case. It's very likely that your slip and fall case will settle outside of court, but having the option of filing a lawsuit is a valuable bargaining chip to have during settlement negotiations.

To learn more about the statute of limitations for slip and fall cases in your state, choose a link from the list below.  

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