with Discovery Rule (if discovered after 2 years, then 6 months from discovery). SOR: 4 years after date of injury. Tolls: Children under 4 have until 8th birthday to file claim with a maximum of 4 years.
Injury based on sexual assault or sexual offense against a child (infancy disability applies) 3 Years: Motor vehicle accidents 2 Years: Against government if insured 2 Years: Action against ski areas ($1,000,000 limit)
2 Years from date of injury or discovery, but no more than 3 years from date of malpractice
2 Years with discovery rule.
2 Years with Discovery Rule, no action may be commenced after 4 years from act or omission causing injury unless concealment by defendant. Tolls: If plaintiff is under 18, action must be brought within 8 years after date or omission causing injury and never after 22nd birthday.
1 Year with Discovery Rule, but no more than 3 years after occurrence. Damages limited by specific statutes.
SOL: The shorter of 5 years from commission or 3 years from discovery.
3 Years for Legal, Accountant, and Dental Malpractice
4 Years years or 2 years from discovery, whichever occurs earlier for legal malpractice.
SOL: 4 years from completion of service or 2 years for discovery.
For legal malpractice, some dispute exists as to whether SOL is negligence (3 years) or contract (4 years). However, the discovery rule applies regardless.
2 Years with Discovery Rule, but no more than 6 years for reason of non-discovery unless discovery was prevented by defendant’s conduct.
1 Year for legal malpractice with Discovery rule.
3 Years for legal, veterinarian, accounting and real-estate malpractice with discovery rule.
3 Years for legal malpractice with Discovery Rule.
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