How long do I have to sue? (Getting Legal #129)

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Have you ever wondered how long you have to bring a lawsuit?

On this episode of “Getting Legal with Tim Misny,” I explain statutes of limitations to 19 Action News’ Jon Loufman, and why, if you think you have been made a victim of birth injury, medical malpractice, or catastrophic injury, you need call me right away.

The amount of time you have to bring a case varies depending on what type of case you have. For most negligence cases, i.e. car accidents, you have two years to bring a claim, but in medical malpractice cases, you only have one year.

Despite these general rules, there are always exceptions and different nuances, and that is why you have to call me right away at 1 (800) 55 – MISNY if you think you have a case.

New episodes of Getting Legal air every Friday morning at 7:55 a.m on CBS 19.

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How Long Do I Have to Sue
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How Long Do I Have to Sue
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Statutes of limitations for personal injury cases typically vary from 1-2 years, however each case is different. This video discusses why it is critical to contact Tim Misny as soon as an injury occurs. Your case may depend on it!