The time limit to file a lawsuit for a car accident is 2 years from the date of the accident. If you are injured and fail to meet the deadline by filing a complain at the proper courthouse, you lose your rights forever.

This is know as the Statute of Limitations, or SOL for short. There are nuances and exceptions to the SOL, so seek attorney advice from a car accident lawyer as soon as possible.


One common exception is when a government employee is the cause of the accident injuries. Before you can sue the government, you must submit a government claim with the appropriate government office. And you must submit it within 6 months from the date of the incident that created your damages. Further rules apply to Government Claims, so do not go without proper attorney guidance.

If you have more questions, Napolin Accident Injury Lawyer’s Ontario law office might be able to help. Call and inquire about a free car accident attorney consultation.

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