Ohio Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims

This video features Michelle Martin, a Civil Rights attorney based in Ohio.

Columbus Injury Attorney Michelle Martin

Video Transcript: 

Rob Rosenthal: 

Do you know what the statute of limitations is in Ohio for personal injury cases? Well, let's ask Ohio lawyer Michelle Martin for an Ask the Lawyers Quick Question

Michelle Martin: 

Generally the statute of limitations for personal injury questions in Ohio is two years. Of course, that number can change depending on the type of personal injury claim that you have, so you're gonna wanna reach out to a knowledgeable attorney and ask, give them those particulars about your case, and they'll be able to tell you because it may be a medical malpractice where the statute of limitation is one year, or it could be an automobile accident, where the statute of limitation is typically two years in Ohio.

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