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Note: the statute of limitations (a legal deadline in which you may bring a personal injury claim or file a lawsuit) limits the amount of time you have to file any potential personal injury claim you may have, particularly with regard to claims against governmental entities. Generally speaking, most injury claims in California must be brought within two years from the date of the incident causing injury, or within one year, generally, for medical malpractice cases. Governmental entity claims may require filing a claim with the appropriate governmental entity within six months, or less. Please consult with an attorney regarding the applicable statute of limitations for your particular matter.
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