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When Has a Plaintiff Suffered “Actual Injury” to Trigger the Statute of Limitations on Legal Malpractice?

By Robert Ross |

In Monday’s post, we discussed “tolling” of the statute of limitations on legal malpractice actions. In the legal malpractice context, the “statute of limitations” refers to the time within which a plaintiff must commence a legal action against the defendant attorney. Under some circumstances, this limitations period is “tolled,” or suspended, until a specified… Read More »

Don’t Delay and Lose Your Rights: the Statute of Limitations on Legal Malpractice

By Robert Ross |

WHAT IS A STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS (And why should you care)? A “statute of limitations” is a law (a “statute”) which establishes the amount of time a plaintiff has to file a lawsuit in a specific type of case.¬†Different types of claims have different “limitation periods,” though many California statutes of limitations specify 1-3… Read More »

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