A premises liability lawsuit can be filed when you are injured due to the negligence of the property owner, their agents, or employees. In order to file a premises liability lawsuit, you must first file a formal complaint with the appropriate government agency.
The time limit for filing a lawsuit is called the statute of limitations, and it varies by state and is not always clear. For the most part, you have two years to file a premises liability lawsuit for an injury. After two years, you will no longer be able to file a premises liability lawsuit. However, these laws can be very complex and there are always exceptions to the rules. Make sure to contact an experienced premises liability lawyer before giving up on your case.