How old are you now? Generally the statute is tolled for minors but once you reach 18 you don't have much time to file suit.
You should consult an attorney in your State at once.
AVVO is a great web site for general legal information. For actual legal advice that applies directly to you and your daughter I urge you to seek an office consultation with an experienced attorney in your jurisdiction to get beyond the couple of sentences of facts summarized here to see what can be done for you both.
Meanwhile, here is an article, linked below, on statutes of limitation:
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