Legal Question in Personal Injury in Georgia

Is it to late?

In 1993 I was envolved in a car accident that was not my fault. It was a rainy day and a gas station had gas spill,which spilled out into the street. It ended up being a five car pile up. I was supperficitously injured,but my wife suffered a miscarriage and my car was totaled. I did not persue any actions because of my grief and I must have blocked out the situation until presently with the pregancy of my second wife. The gas station still exits in the same location,do I have any recourse or has the statue of limitations ended.

Asked on 2/19/04, 5:10 am

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Kenneth L. Shigley Chambers, Aholt & Rickard, LLP
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Re: Is it to late?

It's too late. Georgia has a two-year statute of limitation for personal injury.

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Answered on 2/19/04, 7:42 am

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