Nebraska Injury Lawyer Tells You: What’s the Statute for a Medical Negligence Claim?
What is a ‘Statute of Limitations’ anyway?
What is the Statute of Limitations for filing a medical malpractice case in Nebraska?
Is there any way to file a case after the Statute expires?
What is a ‘Statute of Repose’?
How much money does it cost you for a Nebraska Injury Lawyer to represent you?
Are there any up-front fees?
A Nebraska Injury Lawyer will talk with you at no charge about your potential case
Have you been hurt while at a hospital, during an operation, or in some other way by a medical professional and are looking to speak with a Nebraska Injury Lawyer about starting a case against the doctor or hospital?
Friedman Law Offices gets a lot of questions from people who think they may have been injured while being treated by a nurse or doctor. A big question is: how long do you have to file a claim, in other words, what is the Statute of Limitations for filing a medical negligence claim? Our Nebraska Injury Lawyers have handled numerous cases of medical negligence, and while can’t promise we can win your case, we can promise that we won’t charge you a dime unless we do.
If you’ve been injured by the mistake of a healthcare professional, speak with a Nebraska Injury Lawyer at no charge to you
In Nebraska, the Statute of Limitations for medical negligence cases is 2 years from the date of occurrence. If you do not realize that you were the victim of medical negligence until after two years, then you have one year from the date you discover it to file a lawsuit. However, there is a Statute of Repose of ten years that means you must file your claim within ten years whether or not you discovered it. There are exceptions for children and other individuals. Remember – THE LAWS VARY STATE BY STATE.
A Nebraska Injury Lawyer Will Talk to You Right Now About Your Case
Friedman Law Offices in Nebraska always has an injury lawyer on-hand who can consult with you about your potential case at no charge. We know that you’re going through pain – financial and physical. We may be able to help. If you think you’ve been hurt by medical malpractice in Nebraska and want an injury lawyer to answer your questions, please call us at 800-220-9990 or visit our website at injurylawyersblog.org.