Typically there is a two year statute of limitation on pursuing a remedy in relation to a personal injury which was suffered. In those cases where the two year period has expired, it is very unusual that any further action can be taken.
However, there are some exceptions.
There are exceptional reasons why a Personal Injury case can still proceed, even when the injury happened more than 2 years ago. For example, the injury may have been to a child, in which case the statute of limitations usually will not start until the child turns 18 years old.
If you believe that there are extenuating circumstances which means that the injury you suffered may not be bound by the statute of limitations, let us know.
I have extenuating circumstances
If you believe you have extenuating circumstance, please send us an email detailing your reasons to [email protected]