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From: Mike
Category: car accident
Date: 16 Jan 2008
Time: 14:32:42 -0500

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I was involved in a car accident last may. A drunk driver hit my car while I was stopped at a stop sign. He was going so fast that there was no way he was going to be able to stop in time. The driver fled the scene and was later apprehended by the police. I have had a back injury since the accident. Even though the accident was just this last year am I still able to go after the driver? I have ongoing medical bills resulting from the accident. What are my rights?

From: Paul Ajlouny, Esq.
Category: Car Accident
Date: 16 Jan 2008
Time: 17:22:11 -0500

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Generally, the statute of limitations on a New York car accident lawsuit is three years. Different statutes of limitations apply to medical malpractice lawsuits, wrongful death lawsuits and other types of personal injury claims. As always, please feel free to contact me directly so that we can discuss this matter in further detail.

Regards: Paul Ajlouny. 1-800-535-5029

The foregoing does not constitute specific legal advice, merely a general overview of the applicable law and it is not intended to create an attorney client relationship.

 

 

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