How Long Do You Have to File a Malpractice Suit?

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To file a malpractice suit in the state of Kentucky, you have one year. That is one year from the date that you knew or should have known of the malpractice. It is always best to speak with an attorney who is experienced in legal malpractice.
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1. Do your homework. Filing a malpractice claim requires the paperwork and organization to present the case to an attorney in a manner that will capture his interest. Assemble the
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Medical malpractice is a personal injury. It will vary depending on the jurisdiction, but 2 years is a common time frame. There may be some tolling based on discovery of the injury.
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Not Legal Advice: In Texas, medical malpractice lawsuits must be filed within 2 years of the injury.
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The Statute of Limitations varies from State to State. You should telephone your local Bar Association and ask them about the statute in your home State, or the State in which you
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