In addition to the special rules for medical malpractice cases, there are certain other exceptions to the general three-year statute of limitations. For example, if you were exposed to toxic chemicals that made you sick many years after the exposure, a claim could still be possible. In addition, the statute of limitations may be extended when children were the victims. An experienced Rochester accident attorney can help you to determine if any special factors apply in your case to result in a longer statute of limitations.
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