I have a spinal cord injury that occured 11/2007. This was done during a surgery that doctor admits to in writing. Every atty I contact says I should have filed suit within first 2 years. I have been learning to walk and have spent much time in hospital during that time. I am now physically able to persue law suit. Is it too late?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It is possible to toll the 2 year statute of limitations under certain circumstances.
I can discuss this with you further, but you should not delay, call me: 512-478-8080 or send me an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an attorney at an Austin Personal Injury Law Firm.
I look forward to your call.
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