Are there time limits to sue for injuries in a New York medical malpractice case?

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Generally, you have two years and six months from the date of medical malpractice to file a lawsuit, but there are circumstances where your time can be what's called "tolled" or paused, basically. For example, if the doctor continued treating you.

 

That's why it's really important to find an attorney who understands the law and can actually look at your specific case to figure out whether you still have a viable cause of action. So even if you think it's too late, contact us. We can help you.

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Cassandra Rohme
Associate at Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP

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E-mail: crohme@faruqilaw.com

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