Your two year statute of limitations has probably expired
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It appears your time to file suit has expired.
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Anyone can sue for anything. You need to see a very good PI lawyer (not ones who solicit or have TV advertisements during Judge Judy). Part of the discussion will no doubt be what you did that led to being tased 7 times.
As other responses have pointed out, it looks like you've missed the statute of limitations to bring an action. That said, I was involved in a Taser related case a number of years ago. Taser International is extremely aggressive in defending suits brought against them, so you would certainly have your hands full trying to sue them and I would guess that proving that the long term effects of being tasered caused your condition would be extremely expensive, as far as experts, etc.. Also, there is a lot of information online about controversies related to the use of Tasers that you still might want to tap into, and even share your story with organizations that oppose the use of Tasers...
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You have missed the statue of limitations cut-off for product liability suits in Ga. which is 2 years.
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