You do not have an indefinite period in which to bring a claim. To prevent individuals from being sued for events that transpired many years previously (when all evidence of these events is likely to be difficult to locate or in poor condition) legislators have set a time limit on how long you have to bring a claim.
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Katie has over seven years experience as a legal executive, working in Employment Law, Personal Injury Claims, Private Client Matters and Clinical Negligence Claims. She runs LawCat, a legal explanations website. View all posts by Katie Marie