Statute of Limitations

The Statute of Limitations Act governs the amount of time an individual has to file a claim. This can vary based on factors like individual circumstances, areas of law, and discoverability (the date on which the person knew or should have known that their particular circumstances gave rise to a claim). It can be extremely difficult to determine how much time you have to file a claim because there are so many variables.

It is best to speak to a licensed professional who can tell you if your claim falls within the allowable period, instead of trying to calculate it on your own. If you think you may have a claim, you should speak to a licensed professional promptly due to the possibility of time constraints. If delayed too long, you may lose your right to make a claim.

Contact an experienced, licensed Paralegal at Graham Scott Legal Services to find out about your legal right to make a claim.


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