Statute of Limitations for New York
Under New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) §214, the civil deadline in New York, called the statute of limitations, to file for a personal injury lawsuit on your construction incident case is generally three years from the date of your injury. However, this timeline is shorter if the negligent party is a government entity or in the event of a wrongful death. Missing this deadline will result in a forfeiture of your right to file a lawsuit.
Hiring a Southampton construction accident lawyer from Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. as soon as possible helps you avoid missing critical deadlines that govern your case. Our legal team is ready to hit the ground running and fight for the financial benefits you need.
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If you believe that negligence was involved in your construction incident or loved one’s death, you have the right to file a compensation claim for all your losses. We can work directly with your workers’ compensation lawyer to get you all the benefits you deserve through a negotiated settlement or trial award.
Connect with our legal team for a free case evaluation now by calling (631) 451-7900. We can serve prospective and existing clients in English and Spanish.