Lipitor Lawsuit Ohio Statute of Limitations

Written by on June 10, 2013
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Lipitor lawsuit claims in Ohio may only be made for a limited period of time. This time limit is referred to as a “statute of limitations,” and prevents a claim from being filed after the legally designated time has elapsed.

If you or a loved one were diagnosed with diabetes after taking Lipitor you could lose the right to bring a claim if your case is not filed before the statutory deadline.

There are several factors that affect the statutory deadlines for filing Lipitor lawsuits in Ohio including:

  • Whether the patient has died (wrongful death claims)
  • When the diabetes was diagnosed
  • The state where Lipitor was prescribed/taken
  • The state where the lawsuit is filed

Ohio Lawsuit Statute of Limitations
Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 2305.03 et

Personal Injury
2 Years

Products Liability
2 Years

Wrongful Death
2 Years

In certain situations it isn’t reasonable for a person who has suffered an injury to know what caused their injury until a much later date. For example, a patient taking Lipitor who developed diabetes might not know that Lipitor may have caused their diabetes until much later.

Statutes of limitations are complex and can be changed at any time by the legislature or courts of the particular state. For a full analysis of any potential legal claims and relevant statutes of limitation related to your case it is important to consult with a lawyer. When you contact us, one of our attorneys will determine how the law relates to your claim.

If you or a loved one has suffered from diabetes after taking Lipitor, you may have important legal rights. For a free no-obligation case review from a lawyer complete our short contact form or call 1-888-210-9968 to speak to an attorney about your case.