Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

Watch this video about the medical malpractice statute of limitations in Florida to ensure you file your claim on time. Contact our office today.

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Question:

How long do I have to file a medical malpractice claim?

Answer:

In medical malpractice cases, we’re almost always asked what the time limits and requirements are. There is a two-year statute of limitation. It’s a discovery standard that is two years from the date of when you knew or should have known that there was malpractice. Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations At Edwards & Ragatz, we will guide you through the statute of limitations and make sure that your claims are timely presented. There’s also a four-year statute of repose from the date of incident. Within that four-year window, you have two years from the date you knew or should have known that there was malpractice. At Edwards & Ragatz we will help you navigate through the time requirements and make sure that we present your claim in a timely fashion.


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