Valleywide Legal Blog

Republicans in Congress Keeping Their Promise to Gut Malpractice Suits

Politicians like to come up with misleading names for their bills.   The worse the bill is for the American People, the more lovable the name they choose to divert attention from what they are actually doing.  They are true … Read More

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Medical Malpractice Statutes of Limitations

Every medical malpractice claim in Arizona is governed by a statute of limitations. A statute of limitations (SOL) is exactly that – a statute (a law) which limits the time within which some action must be taken in order to preserve … Read More

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Medical Malpractice and the Statute of Limitations

Arizona has a two year statute of limitations for personal injury claims, including claims arising out of medical malpractice.  If you have a claim and do not file suit within the period of the statute of limitations, your suit is … Read More

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