Are There Time Limits to Sue for Injuries in a Florida Medical Malpractice Case?

Posted by : Milles Law on March 28, 2019

Your Tallahassee Medical Malpractice Law Firm Explains the Statute of Limitations

If you are suffering from a botched surgery or improper medical care, then you should consider a medical malpractice suit. However, there are certain stipulations that must be met for your case to succeed. Your Tallahassee medical malpractice law firm will help you file your suit within the two-year statute of limitations. In the following video, attorney Eric Milles explains why there is a two-year time limit for filing a medical malpractice claim. He also explains why you should contact a personal injury attorney if you discover the results of medical malpractice after that time period has passed.

Video Transcript:

A Florida medical malpractice case must generally be brought within two years of when the cause of action arises. Cause of action typically arises at the date of a surgery or when medical care is rendered. However, often we do not discover the results of medical malpractice until way after the fact. So, it is best to consult with an experienced personal injury and medical malpractice attorney.

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