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What Is the Statute of Limitations for a Spinal Cord Injury Claim in Florida?

In Florida, the statute of limitations for a spinal cord injury claim is four years. For example, if you are injured on January 1, 2016, you must file a Florida spinal cord injury claim by January 1, 2020. Remember that you should not delay bringing a negligence claim and that you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible because these cases can rely on certain evidence that can disappear in time.

A statute of limitations defines the amount of time you have in which you can file a legal claim. In Florida, the statute of limitations for a spinal cord injury claim is four years. However, it is imperative not to delay and contact a lawyer as soon as you think you have the legal grounds for a spinal cord injury claim.

Such complex cases are based on relevant evidence, which must be searched and seized. If you do not act immediately, the evidence could disappear.

The fact that we collaborate with qualified experts (such as MDs and RNs) makes The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary unique. They have years of hands-on experience in evaluating personal injuries damages and in offering testimony in spinal cord injury cases. These experts function as official case managers serving the victims of spinal cord injury in their communities. Call our Miami based office today at 305.416.9805.

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