What are the Connecticut Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations?

Sunday, May 24th, 2015 by | Posted In: Medical Malpractice
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marking off your calendarIf you have been injured due to another person or party’s negligence, there is a set amount of time, defined by the law, that you have to file a claim or suit. In instances of medical malpractice, and other personal injuries, the injured party generally has two years from the date of their injury to file a claim.  These are examples so consult a medical malpractice attorney to be certain in your case.

In this timeframe, our team of medical malpractice lawyers must convene our experts to prove there was a deviation from the standard of care. Time is critical in bringing a case like this to court.

If you suspect you or a loved one was injured as the result of medical malpractice call on our team of experienced and knowledgeable medical malpractice lawyers. We will begin an immediate investigation, both medical and legal, into your claim.

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