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Are there time limits to sue for injuries in a Florida yacht accident case?

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There are time limits to sue for a yacht injury in Florida. Generally speaking, a yacht injury case will be governed by the Federal Statute of Limitations which is three years. That’s why it’s important that you hire a maritime attorney who is familiar with the nuances of maritime law. Non-maritime practitioners often make the mistake that a yacht case in Florida is governed by the Florida Statute of Limitations, which is four years, which is not correct.

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