Florida and Georgia Time Limits to Bring Your Claim for Nursing Home Abuse and Negligence is Only 2 Years
The Statutes of Limitations - Time Limits You Need to Be Aware of or else You Lose the Right to Bring Any Claim

Time limitations to bring any nursing home or ALF Abuse case are very strict. 
Waiting until the deadline is close is a huge mistake for many reasons.

Losing your rights to a recovery because you delay in calling us is unfortunate and avoidable. 

This web page explains the time limits imposed by Florida and Georgia laws to bring a nursing home or ALF abuse case. 
Whether there is a death or not, the time limits are short, only 2 years.

You Only Have 2 Years To Bring Your Nursing Home or ALF Abuse Case in Florida
Chapter #19: Florida Time Limits to Bring a Nursing Home Abuse or ALF Case is Only 2 Years

Florida Time Limits:

The time limit to bring any nursing home abuse or neglect case is two years.  This strict two year deadline is the time limit for a lawsuit to be filed.  Once a lawsuit is filed, the time is paused and the case is protected no matter how long it takes.  

Florida Statute Section 95.11 is the law in Florida.

The time limit is two years for nursing home negligence and abuse.

The time limit is two years for wrongful death of a person in Florida.

You Only Have 2 Years To Bring Your Nursing Home or ALF Abuse Case in Georgia
Chapter #20: Georgia Time Limits to Bring a Nursing Home Abuse or ALF Case is Only 2 Years

Georgia Time Limits:

Have you or a loved one experienced nursing home abuse or assisted living abuse? Time may be running out! The statute of limitations for both nursing home abuse and assisted living abuse and neglect claims is generally only two (2) years from the date of the abuse or neglect in Florida or Georgia.  There are narrow exceptions, but it’s crucial to consult with an attorney to understand the specific deadlines for your case.

Florida and Georgia Time Limits To Bring a Nursing Home Abuse or ALF Case is Only 2 Years

Have you or a loved one experienced nursing home abuse or assisted living abuse?  Contact MattLaw®, your Florida and Georgia nursing home and assisted living facility abuse attorneys today before time gets away, evidence is lost, and witnesses’ memories fade away.

Discovering that your loved one has been the victim of neglect or abuse in their assisted living facility or nursing home can stir up a wide range of emotions.  Our team of compassionate and supportive advocates are here to help with professional advice and representation.  If we accept your case, we will thoroughly investigate your case, and we will seek to hold any negligent and or abusive parties responsible, so that you and your family can focus on healing.  Call us at (813) 222-2222 to speak to an assisted living facility or nursing home abuse lawyer.

If you suspect your loved one is being abused at their nursing home or assisted living facility, contact us immediately.  We want to hear your story.   Our experienced and dedicated assisted living facility and nursing home abuse attorneys are ready to take legal action and help fight for the justice you deserve.  Let’s talk about what happened, let us look and see what we can find out about who is responsible for the abuse or neglect. If we feel there is a case of nursing home abuse or neglect, we will explain what we can do to help you and your family.

Keep reading to learn the difference between a Nursing Home and an Assisted Living Facility (ALF)