WHAT IS THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR PERSONAL INJURY IN ILLINOIS?
The statute of limitations for personal injury or wrongful death in Illinois is two years. For most personal injury claims, the limit begins on the date the injury occurred. For wrongful death, it starts on the date of death. In cases of medical malpractice, the two-year limit begins on the date of injury, when you became aware of the injury, or when you reasonably should have become aware of it.
- The statute of limitations for various injury claims is as follows:
- Property Damage: five years from the date of the incident
- Product Liability: two years from the date of injury
- Libel & Slander: one year from the date of the incident
When you work with McCall Law Offices, P.C., we can challenge the insurance companies and force them to act in good faith on behalf of their customers. Even if you were struck by an uninsured or underinsured motorist, you still may be able to pursue compensation. We are proud to offer aggressive litigation and personalized attention that can greatly affect the outcome of your case. Drawing from our excellent client-attorney relationships and the maximum resources that we can provide, we may be able to help you reach a swift outcome for your personal injury case. If you have questions about your situation, call McCall Law Offices, P.C. to schedule a free consultation with one of our Peoria family lawyers.
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