How Long Do I Have To File A Lawsuit?


A: The Statute of Limitations is the time period that the law allows for making a claim. If a claim is not brought within the time period allowed by the Statute of Limitations, it will be barred. This means that even if you have a clear-cut case against someone, the court will dismiss your claim if you do not file it within the time period allowed by the Statute of Limitations. Once a claim is barred by the Statute of Limitations, there is no chance of resurrecting it.

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