What is the statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case?

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In Florida, a victim of a motor vehicle crash has four years from the date of the crash to bring a claim for their personal injuries. In a wrongful death situation, where someone has been wrongfully killed as a result of the crash, the statute of limitations reduces or is only two years. As a result, it is very important when you are the victim of a motor vehicle crash to contact us immediately. Aside from our concerns about the statute of limitations, we also want to gather evidence arising out of the crash as soon as possible.

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