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Statutes of Limitations for Ski, Auto, and Other Injury Cases

Bloch & Chapleau Oct 26th, 2021 Personal Injury

Statute Of Limitations Colorado. A statute of limitations is a law establishing a deadline within which an injured party must file a lawsuit. In Colorado, the general statute of limitations for an injury case is two years from the date the injury occurred. This includes ski and snowboarding injuries. However, the statute of limitations for an auto injury in Colorado is three years from the date of the injury.

These deadlines are critical. If you do not file a lawsuit on or before the statute of limitations deadline for your case, your claims are forever barred. Thus, you need to contact an attorney as soon as possible after you suffer an injury caused by another to protect your rights and ensure that your statute of limitations is preserved.

Were you injured in a ski, snowboard, or auto accident, or suffered any other injury caused by another? The experienced attorneys at Bloch & Chapleau will help you. Your case is our priority. Call Bloch & Chapleau at 303-331-1700 today for a free consultation with an attorney.

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