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What is the Virginia statute of limitations?

What is the Virginia statute of limitations?

April 25, 2016 by cw-client-theparrishlawfirm

The statute of limitations in Virginia is two years from the day that the injury was issued. What that means is that if you don’t file a lawsuit or settle your personal injury claim within two years of that day of that injury, then any claim you may have will be forever barred by the statute of limitations. And that means you have no right to recover after that two year period.

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