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What is the Statute of Limitations For Brain Injury Cases in Tampa?
The law limits the amount of time that brain injury victims have to take legal action against the party that has caused them harm. This law is called a statute of limitations. In Florida, the statute of limitations on most personal injury cases, including those involving brain injuries, is four years. This means if you are a brain injury victim, the law gives you four years from the date the injury occurred to file a lawsuit against the at-fault party.
The law may give you four years, but it’s in your best interest to take legal action as soon as possible. We need to thoroughly investigate your case in order to gather evidence that proves liability. But the longer you wait to contact us, the harder it can be to obtain this evidence. That’ why the sooner you hire our brain injury attorneys, the better the outcome of your case may be. Contact Carlson Meissner & Hayslett as soon as possible after sustaining a TBI.