THE FLORIDA STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS REGARDING MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IS VERY STRICT

In general, it states that a medical malpractice lawsuit must be filed within two years of the malpractice, or within two years of having symptoms which could have been caused by malpractice, with an outside limit of four years from the malpractice.  In the rare case of provable fraud, concealment, or misrepresentation on the part of a health care provider, a claimant has seven years in which to file suit.

Have You or a Loved One Been Harmed by a Hospital or Doctor’s Negligence? 

If you or a loved one has sustained injuries after a medical procedure due to a doctor or hospital’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and more, but you must settle or file a lawsuit within the statute of limitations.  Experienced medical malpractice lawyers at Piccin & Glynn have handled medical malpractice cases for decades.  John Piccin and Katie Glynn can help you too.  Call John or Katie at 800-969-5446 or 352-351-5446 for your free initial case consultation today.

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