Statute of Limitations for Dental Malpractice in Pennsylvania?

Answer Dental malpractice is an action brought by a patient against a dentist for improper performance of a dental procedure or a diagnostic error. If a patient discovers a dentist's error and does not fi... Read More »

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When does the statute of limitations start for legal malpractice?

Statute of limitation laws for legal malpractice vary by location, but there are provisions for the statute beginning at either the date of discovery (if legal malpractice is found upon further rev... Read More »

Does illinois have a medical malpractice statute of limitations?

Under Illinois law, a medical malpractice action must be filed within two years of the date that the victim knew, or should have known, of their injury. Although, the action cannot be brought after... Read More »

The Statute of Limitations on DUIs in Pennsylvania?

Whenever someone commits a crime in the state of Pennsylvania, the state's statutes of limitations apply to how long the state has to prosecute the defendant. For those who commits a DUI in Pennsyl... Read More »

Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations for Collection of Utility Bills?

Utility bills are a necessary evil when owning a home or renting property. Paying these bills on time can help your credit, keep the lights on and the water running. Failing to pay utility bills on... Read More »