How do Statutes of Limitations differ with Children versus Adults?

How do Statutes of Limitations differ with Children versus Adults?

  • Statues of limitation do not come into play until the individual has reached the age of 18
  • For example, if a child is in a personal injury accident, the lawsuit will not run until that person reaches the age of 18
  • The minor does not technically have to file the lawsuit until they are 21

This video was provided by Mark A. Fay, an experienced Medical Malpractice Lawyer.