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Wrongful Death- Statute of Limitations

Posted by attorney David Henson

If you are considering filing a wrongful death case after a fatal injury to a family member, you need to contact an attorney immediately. Each case must be filed by a particular deadline, called a statute of limitations, otherwise you could lose the ability to seek compensation for your losses. The actual time limit depends on the very specific details of your case—in some cases, you may have less than two years from the date of the original injury. In this video, David Henson talks about what you need to know about the statute of limitations for wrongful death cases, including the one most important guideline you cannot ignore. If you have additional questions about wrongful death, feel free to visit our website at http://www.lawmed.com/ (http://www.lawmed.com/,)

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