Georgia Filing Deadlines

Georgia Statute of Limitations

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The statute of limitations for Georgia, like the deadlines of filing a lawsuit or cause of action in other states, determines how long you have to file a lawsuit, legal claim or cause of action within the state. In most states, different types of cases and injury have different filing deadlines, notice requirements and other rules that a party must follow to timely file a cause of action in order to preserve any legal rights that they have, if any. If a party waits too long to file a lawsuit or other legal claim in the correct court or proper venue, then that claim or legal action may be dismissed or prejudiced for being filed late or untimely. In some states there are very limited exceptions that will toll (extend) a statute of limitations and allow for a late filing. If you are in doubt, do not wait to speak to a lawyer about your potential case or cause of action. Talk to an attorney immediately, before risking the expiration of any filing deadline or statutory notice deadline requirement prior to the filing of a lawsuit or claim.

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Georgia Lawsuit Filing Deadlines for:

  • Personal Injury Lawsuits
  • Negligence Lawsuits
  • Products Liability Lawsuits
  • Wrongful Death Lawsuits
  • Medical Malpractice OB/GYN Cerebral Palsy Lawsuits
  • Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse Cases
  • Maritime Injury Lawsuits
  • Jones Act Claims and Lawsuits
  • FELA Injury Claims

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Personal Injury Lawyer and Attorney

The Willis Law Firm is a Texas-based law firm with a strong national presence and recognition. Attorney David P. Willis has gained a national reputation as a leading personal injury lawyer. He specializes in the prosecution of serious injury cases, involving burns, paralysis, brain damage, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries and wrongful death suits against automobile, SUV and tire manufacturers, chemical plants, pharmaceutical companies and other corporate entities. Throughout his 23 year legal career, Mr. Willis has been personally compelled to force manufacturers to be accountable for their negligent acts and for the sale of dangerous products that kill and maim the consumers in the United States.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, or a loved one has been killed, then you may have the right to file a legal action, claim or lawsuit. The Willis Law Firm has represented hundreds of seriously injured clients and their families. Mr. Willis is a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Willis is licensed in Texas and New York; and maintains his principle law office in Houston, Texas. Let his extensive professional experience in personal injury guide you and your family through this difficult time.

If you would like to have you case reviewed for free, please use our confidential injury evaluation form by following the link below, or if you prefer, call us at 1-800-883-9858 to speak with an attorney.

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits:
• Asbestos - Mesothelioma
• Aviation Accidents
• Benzene - AML Leukemia
• Construction Accidents
• Rollover Accidents
• Tire Failure Defects
• Industrial Accidents
• Railroad Litigation (FELA)
• Fires and Explosions
• Maritime Jones Act Claims
• Nursing Home Abuse
• Product Liability Claims
• Drug Recall Litigation
• Wrongful Death Claims
• Burns and Electrocutions
• 18 Wheeler Accidents
• Truck Accidents
• Car Wrecks and Crashes
• Defective Drug Side Effects
• Pharmaceutical Litigation
• 3rd Party Worker Injuries
• Oilfield Accidents
• Oil Plant Explosions
• Refinery Accidents
• Defective Product Litigation
• Seatbelt and Airbag Failures
• Tire Failure and Blowouts