Florida Statutes of Limitations for Filing Civil Lawsuits
Most people understand correctly that a statute of limitations establishes the period of time in which a lawsuit can be filed after the cause of action occurred. There are different statutes of limitations depending on the cause of action, the jurisdiction and other factors. If too much time has expired after the cause of action occurred, the statute of limitations comes into effect, and the injured party’s window of opportunity for filing a lawsuit has closed. If you’re thinking of pursuing litigation, you should speak to a Central Florida personal injury lawyer without delay.