As an FYI, I would refile this question with a different heading (ie. Medical Claims and Statute of Limitations) as this question appears for DUI attorneys. Hopefully the new heading will get you to a lawyer who specifically works in this field (as opposed to us DUI attorneys)
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Definitely refile this question under a heading involving insurance claims as opposed to personal injury. Best of luck.Ask a similar question
To receive proper responses, I would definitely repost this question under a different heading, such as subrogation or medical liens. State statutes usually address the various types of liens and the proper enforcement mechanisms, including the applicable statute of limitations. These are unique to your specific state.Ask a similar question
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