If you have been injured or lost a family member as a result of medical negligence, you must act within strict time limits to bring forth a medical malpractice lawsuit. Failure to do so may leave you with no legal options and unable to pursue monetary compensation for the financial hardships you face. If you have questions about the time limits involved in filing a medical malpractice claim, the experienced New York medical malpractice lawyers as Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP are here to help.
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If you or someone close to you has been harmed by medical negligence, it is important to know the statute of limitations governing these claims. Medical malpractice timelines vary by state. In New York, the general rule applying to adult patients is that a claim must be filed within two and a half years from the act that led to the medical malpractice claim.
There are, however, exceptions:
There are a number of other exceptions that we would be happy to discuss with you, including those involving claims against government entities. Please remember, time limitations vary from case to case and from state to state. For a full evaluation of your case and the time limits you face, we urge you to talk to an experienced medical malpractice attorney.
Our dedicated team of counselors is ready to have these discussions with you. Request a free, no-obligation case evaluation with our firm today.