Florida Personal Injury Statutes of Limitations

Personal Injury Statutes of Limitations

Miami, Plantation & Fort Lauderdale, Florida

In the state of Florida you have four years from the date your accident occured to file a personal injury lawsuit following most accidents. The limitation is two years on medical malpractice claims, with a maximum of four years from the date malpractice occurred regardless of its date of discovery. Wrongful death claims must be made within four years of the date of death or the date it became known that death was inevitable.

Do Not Wait to Take Legal Action

You have time under Florida’s personal injury statutes of limitations to take legal action, but waiting will never work in your favor. In fact, waiting to file suit can result in a denial of your claim or the minimizing of your settlement, making it best to act as soon as an injury becomes known.

Symbol of Law

South Florida personal injury attorney Joseph Lipsky is here to help as soon as you need it. He would be happy to meet with you for a free case evaluation to discuss your claim, help you understand your rights, and begin the process of getting you the true compensation you deserve.

To schedule your free consultation with our experienced South Florida personal injury attorney, please contact us today.

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