Waiting May Hurt Your Case
Time is always critical when there is a case to be filed. Discrimination claims have a statute of limitations that runs as short as six months and up to two years. Claims against a municipal government or agency could have a deadline to send certain notices as short as 90 days. A statute of limitations is a legal deadline within which the claim must be flied in Court. For example, personal injury claims have a two-year statute of limitations, which means that the case must be filed in Court or with the appropriate agency from the time when the incident occurred or you lose your right to bring such claim. False claims or Qui Tam actions have a “First-To-File Rule”. Simply put, if someone else files before you, they are entitled to a Relator’s fee.
If you believe that a deadline might have been missed, please call us to discuss the claim and we can provide you with proper guidance on what rights you have.
Sitting on your rights is never a good idea and can be fatal to your case.
This is not something that you can put off until tomorrow, make sure you call us today.
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