Tag: Statute of limitations

How to Sue the Government on Time

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Here are some FAQ on how to sue the government for personal injury. The questions focus on the deadlines involved. Q. Is there a deadline to sue the government for personal injury? A. Yes. A key aspect of knowing how to sue the government is knowing the deadline. Q. What is a “personal injury statute Read More


New Jersey Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Q. What’s a New Jersey personal injury statute of limitations? A. Let’s first break down the phrase “New Jersey personal injury statute of limitations” into its parts, and then define each part separately. A “statute of limitations” is the legal deadline to file a lawsuit. If you miss the deadline, you lose your right to Read More


Medical Attorney Malpractice Case

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Medical Attorney Malpractice Case: Time Matters Medical attorney malpractice cases arise when a doctor makes a mistake that harms a patient. Most doctors perform admirably. However, sometimes a doctor will make an error. He or she will not comply with the prescribed medical standard of care. If that lapse harms a patient, the patient is entitled Read More


Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

  • By Marc S. Berman
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PERSONAL INJURY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS SETS DEADLINE FOR HOW LONG ACCIDENT VICTIMS HAVE TO SUE. STATE FARM INSURANCE ACCUSED OF LULLING MAN INTO MISSING DEADLINE. What is a personal injury statute of limitations?  Say your car was rear-ended.  Or you were bitten by a dog. Or you slipped and fell on a wet floor in Read More


NJ Statute of Limitations Extended

  • By Marc S. Berman
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JUDGE EXTENDS NJ STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR MAN WHO FELL ASLEEP FOR 70 YEARS IN HIS LAWYER’S OFFICE. The NJ statute of limitations for personal injury cases is normally two years. That means that an injured victim normally has two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. After that, the victim Read More


Sexual Abuse & the Deadline to Sue

  • By Marc S. Berman

SEXUAL ABUSE VICTIM MAY HAVE MORE TIME TO SUE IF PSYCH DISABLED Sexual abuse is a particularly vicious crime. A person who perpetrates sexual abuse is subject to criminal punishment. The victim also may have a right to sue the perpetrator in a civil court for money damages. As in any case, there is a Read More


Brain Injury Lawyer Can Extend Deadline

  • By Marc S. Berman
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Brain Injury Lawyer Can File Suit Late Sometimes If Victim Incompetent A brain injury lawyer may have a special advantage in filing a lawsuit. Normally, an adult personal injury victim in New Jersey has two years to file suit in court. If the lawsuit is not filed on time, the victim loses his right to compensation. Read More


Statute of Limitations Dangers

  • By Marc S. Berman
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STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS DEADLINE LIMITS THE TIME FOR YOU TO BRING A CLAIM IN COURT Statute of limitations. That’s a term that strikes fear in many an attorney. And for good reason. A statute of limitations is a law that restricts the time during which a lawsuit can be brought. Let’s say you were stopped Read More