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What is the statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case?


Florida law affords a four year statute of limitations for you to file suit against the at-fault party in the accident.

However, if you’ve obtained uninsured motorist, or underinsured motorist coverage, through your insurance company, that affords you a five year statute of limitations because that’s under contract law.

It’s important for you to contact your attorney immediately so that he evaluates and determines the best plan of action, moving forward with when to file suit. The last thing you want is for the statute of limitations to toll in your case, and now you’re unable to bring a claim against the at-fault party. And help you get justice.

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