The Actos Lawsuit in Fort Worth Texas
The statute of limitations in the State of Texas is 2 years, but many states have exceptions to these rules. For example, if a child is not yet an adult, in many states, the statute of limitations does not begin to run until that child is a legal adult. Another example is the discovery rule, which says that the statute does not begin to run until the injured person knew or reasonably should have known of the facts giving rise to the claim. Yet another example is where the defendant fraudulently concealed facts giving rise to the claim. Despite these many exceptions, it is important to seek an attorney immediately to avoid losing your right to bring a Actos lawsuit.
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The information on this page is for information only. It is not intended to be relied upon for legal advice. We would need to research the facts of your specific case and the applicable law of your state or the jurisdiction where the lawsuit would be filed (which may not be your state) to determine the actual statute of limitations date in your case. For legal advice regarding your case and to learn more about whether your case is barred by the statute of limitations, please contact an attorney immediately. When necessary our law firm partners and associates with local counsel in states where we are not licensed to practice. However, often in mass tort litigation, this is not necessary as the Federal Courts will consolidate cases into an MDL granting authority for attorneys to file cases in a single jurisdiction.