DC Statute Of Limitations
Cohen and Cohen has been helping clients for years with their DC statute of limitations questions and issues. When someone wishes to submit a legal case the case will be examined to see if it meets the correct criteria. These criteria will look at things like when an incident occurred, who was involved, what is the evidence, and other factors. For assistance with these matters contact our firm today for guidance and support.
What Are Statute of Limitations?
The statute of limitations is the timeline from when an incident occurred and when it can be filed for a legal case. The statute of limitations may vary from case to case depending on certain details. Our firm can help fill you in more on these details as misdemeanors and felonies may have differences. For misdemeanors or personal injury cases though, the statute of limitations will be 3 years from when the incident occurred. That means that a case must be filed no later than 3 years from when an injury or charge occurred.
Statute of Limitations Problems
One of the most common problems that people face with the statute of limitations problems is knowing whether or not their case needs to follow them or whether or not their case is subjected to them. This is where a lawyer from our firm can make a bigger difference with DC statute of limitations questions. Our firm can sit down with you and help you to understand more about your case and the timelines that it is subjected to. Waiting too long to understand more about your case and to file may see the statute of limitations expire. That is why it is advised to file the case sooner rather than later. Contact our firm today for assistance with your case.
How a Lawyer Can Assist
Legal assistance from Cohen and Cohen can serve as a wealth of information to have on your side for a legal case. Our lawyers and firm have years of experience in helping clients overcome and face legal cases that they are fighting. We understand the local terms for the statute of limitations for different case types like personal injuries, employment-related cases, discrimination, business-related cases, and more. Waiting too long to file a case against the guilty party may see the statute of limitations expire. Make sure to start your case sooner rather than later to avoid any issues that may arise with the statute of limitations. Our firm is standing by and awaiting your consultation.
Legal assistance is available from Cohen and Cohen for a variety of different legal cases. We help serve clients with issues related to personal injuries, car accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and many other types of cases. We believe that we are the right firm to help assist you with whatever legal issue you are facing too. Contact our firm today to get much-needed help with your case and to learn more about the DC statute of limitations and other issues that may arise with a case.