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In Florida, the statute of limitations for filing a stroke medical malpractice claim is 2 years from when the patient either knew or should have known that the injury exists and there is a plausible probability that it was caused by medical malpractice. Simple and clear-cut cases take up to 6 months to conclude, while complex ones can take up to 5 years for damages to be paid.
The period it takes to conclude a medical malpractice case depends on its particularities. Many factors should be considered in estimating the time it would take a case to be resolved.
A simple case may also take longer to conclude due to disputes that arise throughout its resolution. This could happen once the doctors supply a medical answer to resolve the difficulty.
Simple and clear-cut cases take up to 6 months to conclude, while complex ones can take up to five years for damages to be paid.
There is the statute of limitation that ought to be known in every case. Contact the Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary as soon as possible.