Statute of Limitations in a Sex Abuse Case

Watch this video about the statute of limitations in a sex abuse case in Tallahassee. Then call Serrano Law for a free consultation.

Question:

How much time do I have to make a claim for sexual abuse?

Answer:

Statute of Limitations in a Sex Abuse Case We got a call in our Tallahassee office the other day from a client who asked a very good question: What is the statute of limitations for a sexual abuse or human trafficking claim? The statute of limitations in the state of Florida is very specific with regard to these claims: you have until seven years after you’ve reached the age of majority (which in the state of Florida is 18 years) to file a claim. There are also other factors that may influence how the statute of limitations is applied in Florida.

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