The Statute of Limitations. The statute of limitations is the deadline you must meet to file a lawsuit. Tennessee’s personal injury statute of limitations is only one year. This means you have to file your claim within one year of the accident or else the court may not accept your case.
It is recommended that you talk to a personal injury attorney, such as Attorney Phil Georges, as soon as possible to make sure that every deadline is met. Don’t miss your chance to claim compensation you may be owed for your suffering. Contact The Wolf Pack™ now to learn more in a free case review.
Determining Fault. Your legal team must prove that your injuries were caused by another person’s irresponsible actions in order to receive compensation. In some cases, injured people may be found partially responsible.
If you were not at fault and were injured by someone else’s recklessness, don’t settle for less than you deserve. Attorney Phil Georges and The Wolf Pack™ can navigate who is at fault for the accident and fight for the maximum compensation you may be owed.
Cause of Injuries. In order to receive compensation, your injuries and losses must have been caused directly by another person’s carelessness. Some of the injuries we commonly see compensated include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
- Loss of limbs
- Back and neck injuries
- Other pain and suffering
- And more
To determine whether or not your injuries may qualify for compensation after an accident that wasn’t your fault, contact The Wolf Pack™ today.