What is the Statute of Limitations for Construction Accidents in Texas?
September 18, 2018 - Construction Accidents
Have you been injured in a construction accident? Reyna Law Firm may be able to help.
Texas law allows for those injured in construction accidents to file lawsuits against the party which caused the accident. These lawsuits can be filed as personal injury suits, which are subject to a statute of limitations.
Depending on when the incident occurred, you may be able to seek recourse from the party that caused the accident. Before charges can be pressed, you should ensure that your injury falls within the legal statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is the amount of time between the construction accident occurring and the last day in which one can legally seek recourse from the party that is at fault.
In Texas, you can press charges up to two years from the date of the construction accident to stay within the statute of limitations. This is referenced in Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Chapter 16, which outlines the types of lawsuit that must be brought within two years. Reyna Law Firm can help you to determine if your construction accident falls within this statute of limitations.
Reyna Law Firm offers an experienced team of legal experts that can evaluate a claim and determine if and how charges can be filed against the party that caused the accident. If you have been injured in a construction accident within the last two years and are looking for a Corpus Christi Construction Accident Lawyer in Texas, call Reyna Law Firm today.
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