Statute of Limitation Laws for Filing a Personal Injury Claim in New Hampshire

If you have been seriously injured in a car accident in New Hampshire through the negligence of another driver, you should first seek medical help, and then it would be in your best interest to seek an experienced personal injury law firm for legal help. NH law limits the amount of time you have to file a personal injury law suit. A timely filed legal claim can help you recover compensation for your injuries.  

How Much Time Do I Have To File a Lawsuit?

The NH statute of limitations in a personal injury matter is three years from the day of the accident. Some folks believe that the period of time begins from the date you realize the insurance company isn’t going to cover your expenses, but this is not the case. The clock starts when the accident occurs. If your accident involves a government vehicle, like a city bus or the like, that statute can be shorter.

Some may think three years is plenty of time to take action and decide on the best course of action. However, that time can go quickly especially if you have suffered extensive injuries. Depending on the accident and injuries, the investigation can take a significant amount of time. In addition, you may be busy with appointments, therapies, or la prolonged hospital stay. Also, the longer you wait to file a personal injury claim, the more difficult you may be making your own case. Memories fade, especially if involved in a serious car accident. If you wait too long, it may be harder to track down and interview witnesses, document damages, or find proof of injuries and lost wages. The sooner you act, the more thorough the case may be and more effectively your attorney may be able to protect your rights. When you file a claim in a timely manner, your attorney has time to negotiate with the insurance company and investigate the accident completely.

Contact a New Hampshire Personal Injury Attorney as Soon as Possible

When you wait to file a legal claim, you may be risking obtaining a fulsome recovery for your NH injury case. You may also become overwhelmed with medical bills and suffer from lost employment and missing wages. The sooner you act to file a claim and pursue what you are owed, the sooner you can begin to move forward after a car accident. Contacting an experienced New Hampshire personal injury attorney can be the first and most important step you take towards ensuring justice after being injured.

The lawyers at Tenn And Tenn, PA are experienced personal injury lawyers who have helped injury victims for more than two decades. We have the experience and tenacity to help our clients obtain a full recovery for their injuries. Our attorneys manage all aspects of their legal claim including investigating the collision, obtaining lost wages and medical bills and records, negotiating a full and fair recovery, and presenting the case to a NH jury if required. Don’t hesitate-contact us today to discuss your injury claim. All initial injury consultations are free of charge and are completely confidential. Call our NH Injury Helpline today a (888) 332-5855.

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