What is the Statute of Limitations in Virginia?


A statue of limitations is the time limit that is set by Virginia Code (the statute) in which a lawsuit must be filed. This is probably the most important deadline in a personal injury case, or any other type of case, because after this time limit has passed, nothing can be done and the claim is null and void.

Generally, a personal injury case must be filed within two years of the date of the accident. To learn more about the Statute of Limitations in Virginia, click here.

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