Statute of Limitations on an Auto Claim in Florida?

Answer If you are involved in an auto accident, you can make a claim against your insurance for damages, injuries or wrongful death of someone in the vehicle. If your insurance company refuses to settle y... Read More »

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What is the statute of limitations on a worker's comp claim?

The statute of limitations for worker's compensation claims will vary from state to state but typically allow 3 to 24 months to to file a claim. Check with your state worker's compensation board o... Read More »

What is the statute of limitations for filing a notice of claim in New York?

You have 90 days, or three months, from the date of the incident in question to file a claim in the state of New York. After the 90 days, the statute will run out and you cannot file the claim.Sour... Read More »

How long do I have to claim my unclaimed property in the statute of limitations?

There is no statute of limitations for unclaimed property, according to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators. To save storage space, states may liquidate or sell the proper... Read More »

What is the Perjury statute of limitations on adoption in Florida?

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