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What about time limits to bring an action against an at-fault driver?

Under Kentucky law, the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit against an at-fault driver is two (2) years from the date of the automobile accident or two (2) years from the date of the last No-fault/PIP payment, even if the last payment is well beyond two (2) years after the accident.

However, derivative claims such as the right of a spouse to sue for injury to that spouse's husband or wife remains one year.

In all cases where a lawsuit is contemplated consultation with an attorney is recommended in order to determine such issues as the proper court and time limits. Many cases have unique issues and a full discussion of those issues with a lawyer can help you determine if and when this type of legal action should be taken. 

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Mike... "My daughter was seriously injured in an automobile accident. She was hospitalized for approximately a month. She's very, very fortunate that she made it through. I called a neighbor of mine who used to work for Richard and asked if he was a good attorney. She said, "he's a no nonsense attorney that treats you just like family"... and it's true. You definitely need a professional to take care of these matters for you. I couldn't have done it without Richard's help. My advice to anyone involved in a serious accident is to contact Richard as soon as possible because the insurance companies are not your buddies." Diane... "He's a really good lawyer and I put all my trust in him... he's always there for you. I'd recommend him to anybody"
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