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Each state may have their own statute of limitations which restricts the amount of time a victim has to file a mesothelioma claim. Usually a statute of limitation begins at the point at which a person develops the injury. Because mesothelioma can remain dormant and asymptomatic for decades, the statute of limitations may begin at the point of diagnosis rather than the time of exposure. The statute of limitations for a mesothelioma claim can vary based on a number of factors, and therefore it is important to discover the laws applicable to your case.

Source: Mesothelioma News

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