Within four (4) years, an action for:
(C) An injury to the rights of the plaintiff, not arising on contract and not herein enumerated; Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 1-3-105
Statute of limitations began to run on products liability action against manufacturer of intrauterine contraceptive device when plaintiff knew or reasonably should have known that she had suffered an injury and knew or reasonably should have know, cause of that injury, and where plaintiff's own uncontroverted testimony showed that in December, 1973, her pregnancy was terminated and that the device was the cause of her injury, the statute began running on that date and claim expired four years later and was therefore barred. Olson v. A.H. Robins Co., Inc., 1985, 696 P.2d 1294
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