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The Statute of Limitations is especially important. Every state has laws called the “statute of limitations” which set a deadline to file a lawsuit. That means that a lawsuit filed too late may be thrown out, regardless of the defendant’s fault or the severity of the injuries, Some states such as Georgia, have a two-year period for negligence injury claims; the time period in other states may be longer or shorter.
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