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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. 

Richard is a great guy. He's a great lawyer. He was there for me when I needed him. He was also there for my mom's accident a few years ago. He helped us through a really hard time. Richard is very down to earth. He spends the time and he goes through the process with you to make sure you feel comfortable... to make sure you feel protected and you know all of our rights and responsibilities. I have a lot of confidence and trust in Richard. I know he would be there to help no matter what. If I knew anyone that was in an accident, I would definitely recommend Richard as their lawyer.
— Kelly

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