Category Archives: Limitations on Actions

I’ve Been Injured in a Car Crash, Do I Have To File a Case?

No.  In Indiana, you have two years from the date of the automobile crash to either settle your claim with the responsible party or their insurance company, or have a lawsuit filed against the responsible party.  If you do not reach a settlement or file a lawsuit within two years, your claim will be over. […]

I’m Injured by the Government, How Do I Pursue a Claim?

You are injured by a governmental entity.  What do you do? In Indiana, injury claims have a 2 year statute of limitations.  The claim must be resolved or a lawsuit must be filed against the responsible party within 2 years of the date of the injury.  If this deadline is missed, the claim is over […]

How Long Do I Have To Resolve My Injury Claim in Indiana?

Generally, Indiana law allows two years from the date of the injury or damage to either resolve your claim with the person(s) responsible or have a lawsuit filed against that responsible person(s). There are exceptions to this rule for minors, persons deemed to be incompetent or incapacitated, etc. The best plan is to act quickly […]