HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO MAKE A CLAIM FOR MY CAR ACCIDENT?

The length of time to bring a claim is determined by the Statute of Limitations in Florida, as stated in Florida Statutes  Section 95. WITHIN FOUR YEARS for  the following: an action founded on negligence, such as for a car accident, or an action for injury to a person founded on the design, manufacture, distribution, or sale of personal property that is not permanently incorporated in an improvement to real property, including fixtures, or an action founded on a statutory liability, or an action for trespass on real property,  or an action for taking, detaining, or injuring personal property, or an action for assault, battery, false arrest, malicious prosecution, malicious interference, false imprisonment, or any other intentional tort, except as provided in subsections (4), (5), and (7).

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