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Time Limits in Florida for Filing Your Personal Injury Claim

Below is a listing of the most common personal injury claims that could be filed in the state of Florida. There are many more. In Florida the Time limits for bringing any claim is set forth in Chapter 91 of the Florida Statutes. These time limits represent from the date of the injury or accident to the actual filing with the courts. Please be sure to contact the experienced legal team at Powell & Espat to better understand how the statutes of limitations might impact your personal injury claim.

Time Limits in Florida ONLY

Pharmacy Errors 2 Years
Medical Malpractice 2 Years
Wrongful Death 2 Years
Car Accident 4 Years
Slip And Fall 4 Years
Dog Bite 4 Years
Motorcycle Crash 4 Years
Bicycle Crash 4 Years
Negligent Security 4 Years
Truck Crashes 4 Years
Dangerous Products 4 Years
Uninsured Motorist Insurance Claim 5 Years

There are many exceptions to these time limits for your personal injury claim. Some situations may be longer or shorter. In Florida the Time limits for bringing any claim is set forth in Chapter 91 of the Florida Statutes. Every state has different time limits. The time limit may be affected by where the accident happened. If your problem arose in a different state, you may need to contact a lawyer in that state to protect your rights.

Don’t take a chance, if you have a question about if there is time left to bring a claim, contact us at Powell & Espat to discuss your claim. Please don’t wait, call us today. There may be some exceptions to the time limits so don’t let time bar your recovery by waiting too long.

Board certified civil trial lawyer Matt Powell
and experienced personal injury lawyers Mitch Espat, Anita DiGiacomo, T. Edmund Spinks and Clifford Wells.

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