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What Is the Statue of Limitations for Wrongful Death in Connecticut?
The statute of limitations for wrongful death claims in Connecticut requires the executor or administrator to file suit within two years of the date of death. No filing may happen after five years from that date. Some exceptions exist that allow the filing of the lawsuit after the two-year limit, but these are rare. Consult with a Hartford wrongful death attorney from Goff Law Group if you have questions about statues of limitations or filing dates in Connecticut. We can guide you through this process within the period the law stipulates.
You will face several critical steps when filing a wrongful death claim. Make sure you find the right legal team to help you take the necessary steps going forward. Goff Law Group has offices across Connecticut in Stamford, Shelton, New Haven, and Hartford, but we have helped people in every area of the state.
$430,000Head injury Client was in a bar fight resulting in a head injury.
$290,000Workplace injury Workers' compensation case involving a back injury.
$285,000Premises liability Man slipped and fell on ice and snow and broke his ankle.
$900,000Commercial vehicle accident Woman injured her leg as a result of being struck by a commercial vehicle.
$750,000Workplace injury Man sustained an injury to his foot at work and required surgery.
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Goff Law Group is a law firm made up of experienced attorneys with various litigation backgrounds and skills. We focus all of our efforts on the plaintiff personal injury field of law and we do not practice in any other specialties. We maintain this focus because this field of law changes every day and you deserve an attorney who is a master of personal injury rather than a jack of all trades.
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