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Statute of limitations and the EEOC
Although the headline in this New York Law Journal abstract sounds rotten, read on and you’ll understand this case is a warning about statutes of limitations. About which I’ve written pretty often, and often used bolded type. To sum up … Continue reading
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Statute of limitations bites again. Twice.
Great Health Care Chiropractic, P.C. v. Elrac, Inc., 2013-738 Q C September 10, 2015 Appellate Term, 2nd, 11th & 13th Judicial Districts Before: Pesce, P.J., Aliotta and Solomon, JJ. Insurer Timely Denied Bills for No-Fault Benefits for Untimely Notice of … Continue reading
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Statues of limitations: one claim denied, another denial overturned
Two separate appeals on late filings. One court said one man waited too long to seek damages, while the other court overturned a similar decision denying an accident victim a late notice of claim filing against the City. Negligence Claim … Continue reading
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