Conshohocken, PA asked in Personal Injury for Pennsylvania

Q: How long can an accident law suit continue? accident happened over 4 years ago and still no day in court

Pedestrian hit by car, pedestrian on drugs and legally drunk walked into traffic. Ambulance chasers filed against state, town, car manufacture and us, all were dropped except us. How long before our rights are considered and the lawsuit is considered fivalas. Police cited pedestrian no fault to us.

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David E Schreiber
David E Schreiber
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A: It all depends on which county (if it's in state court) and what the lawyers are doing. For example, some counties like Chester County, place cases on the trial list within a certain period of time. Otherwise, the defense lawyers can file a motron for summary judgment which would ask the court to dismiss the case before it goes to court. Or, in some counties, a "trial praecipe" must be filed with the court to get it listed for trial. You should ask your lawyer what is going on with the case.

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